SKWEEZ Media Unveils Internet TV Network

SKWEEZ Media Unveils Internet TV Network
Bob Johnson

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — SKWEEZ Media today unveiled its new Internet TV network.

The developers said the new service will provide Netflix- and Hulu-like capabilities, offering a new approach to the online video service platform for content owners.

Content on SKWEEZ will be available via the Internet for PC and mobile devices, and on all Roku players.

SKWEEZ said it will present licensed titles by content owners in an unlimited-streaming-per-day format, on multiple platforms, at a price point that's more comparable to current mainstream viewing habits. In addition, it will offer full-length titles and shows, similar to the mainstream online video platforms, but at a lower cost than purchasing physical DVDs.

"SKWEEZ Media is revolutionizing how content owners, including studios, offer their product via online video services,” Executive Vice President of Content and Marketing, Mike Kulich, said.

He added, “With the decline of DVD and paysite revenue due to factors including tube sites and content piracy, we offer our platform to our licensees as a way to monetize their content that is unlike any of the VOD services out there. It will better protect content ownership, and provide a new way for consumers to stream quality adult content at a price point more in line with the fast growing technology based market.”

The company maintained that unlimited streaming offered for one low price per day on appeals to consumers who have moved away from monthly recurrent paysite billing and per-minute tube site billing towards adult entertainment. For content owners and studios, the licensed titles are monetized with payment for every licensed product viewed using a proprietary rev share model.

SKWEEZ will officially debut at the AEE show, Jan. 15-18.

“AEE is the perfect launching pad for our unveiling, and we are extremely happy to be giving studios and media a ‘sneak peek’ at SKWEEZ Media. We are looking forward to meeting with studios interested in utilizing our platform, as well as all media curious about what makes our offering so unique.”

The company said the platform has already drawn significant attention and that studios entering into licensing arrangements have resulted in a large content library. SKWEEZ plans to do numerous title updates per week after its official launch.

Studios and performers with content wishing to partner in licensing and rev share agreements can email Content@SkweezeMe.com. 

 


 

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