Electric Sky teams with blinkbox

The UK-headquartered distributor now has 25 hours of content available via the Tesco-owned digital platform, including Fashion Avenue with Jodie Kidd (pictured).
August 28, 2012

UK and Hong Kong-based distributor Electric Sky has signed a partnership deal with Tesco-owned digital platform blinkbox that will see content from the Electric Sky catalog streamed via the UK on demand service.

Currently, 25 hours of Electric Sky-distributed content are available on blinkbox, including the Olympics title Going for Green: Britain’s 2012 Dream from Darlow Smithson Productions; the history series Killer Queens from Imago Productions for ITV; The Guccis – The Last Fashion Victim from Studio Z Productions for Channel Five; and series three of Fashion Avenue with Jodie Kidd (pictured).

“We are delighted to become content partners with blinkbox,” said Mario Cerna, Electric Sky’s sales executive for digital platforms. “As part of our multi-platform distribution strategy, Electric Sky embraces digital opportunities as extremely important and fast-growing sources of revenue.”


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