Olympusat Unveils OlyHub, an Online Marketplace for Content Creators and Distributors

What: Olympusat, Inc. launches OlyHub, a brand-new online marketplace specifically designed to offer an easy way to sell and acquire TV content.
Why it matters: Olyhub offers thousands of hours of Spanish-language TV content, including a vast selection of Olympusat’s  productions, making it easier for filmmakers, content buyers and distributors to buy, license and sell content.

Olympusat, Inc., an independent media company specializing in the ownership, distribution, production and technical services of Spanish and English-language networks, announced the launch of OlyHub, a brand-new online marketplace specifically designed to offer an easy way to sell and acquire TV content.

Tom Mohler, Founder and CEO of Olympusat Holdings introduced OlyHub’s capabilities to offer a secure solution developed to create new revenue streams, covering the needs of content creators, acquisitions executives and distributors. “In essence, OlyHub is a big business-to-business digital platform that allows users to do all their programming shopping and selling online,” stated Mr. Mohler. “OlyHub streamlines the content acquisition and delivery process by enabling buyers and sellers to filter the content by type, genre and country, among other options.”

The executive also delved on the high demand for top-notch multicultural content, and how platforms such as OlyHub address the lack of digital means of distribution, as well as the negotiation process. “The platform offers big and small content creators and producers from all over the world the ability to get their product into market,” added Mr. Mohler.

Olympusat’s new global marketplace, leads the Spanish-language TV and media industry offering thousands of hours of Spanish-language TV content, including a vast selection of Olympusat’s original productions, making it easier for filmmakers, content buyers and distributors to buy, license and sell content.

 

 


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