WorldWideContent Expands Offerings

WorldWideContent Expands Offerings
Stephen Yagielowicz
GLENDALE, Calif. — Award-winning adult content provider WorldWideContent has announced that it will soon release a collection of innovative new licensing options and white label deals designed to reduce overhead while increasing value for studio partners.

WWC provides more than 9,000 active webmaster clients with more than 15 years of experience working within the adult industry, to deliver an inventory that includes over 12,000 individual titles.

According to the company, the list of site-wide advancements by WWC slated for release in 2010 is impressively long, including new ways to license content, automated fulfillment and white label studio content stores that promise to continue the momentum that they have built over the years.

"The addition of a completely new white label service is eagerly anticipated by studios," stated a WWC rep. "The power of a WWC backend along with a unique URL to operate their own content stores is destined to change the way many studios manage content in the coming year."

Automated order fulfillment with a new backend system allows buyers to obtain box covers, 2257 documents, hi-res photos, licensing agreements and content using a simple interface that makes every purchase as fast and cost effective for content buyers as well as content sellers.

"WorldWideContent.com has always strived to exceed the expectations of our clients and the industry," WWC CEO and co-founder Raffi Vartanian said. "Winning the XBIZ Award for Content Provider of the Year the last three years in a row shows the level of respect we have earned within the adult industry."

"We can't wait to reveal all our new and updated services for 2010," he added — services which include the upcoming launch of WWC HD.

Vartanian says that the ways that buyers can license each scene are evolving to meet varied requests from site owners.

"We have expanded our licensing options to include seven different ways for our clients to legally use all of the titles in our inventory," Vartanian said. "Website licensing, VOD revenue sharing, IPTV, DVD rights, cable and hotel licensing, feed licensing and mobile content rights can each be licensed separately, depending on the client's content needs."

"Our ability to put the power directly in the hands of the studio producers to create marketable content and the merchants to provide that content to their end user makes this a very exciting time to be the industry's best content provider," Vartanian concluded.

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