IPTV Channel TVPolari Inks Deal With Eurocreme

Joanne Cachapero
BRIGHTON, U.K. — Gay IPTV channel TVPolari has announced an IPTV distribution deal with gay production company Eurocreme Productions that will broadcast more than 50 of the studio’s titles over the next several weeks.

Award-winning Eurocreme is the largest producer of gay adult videos in Europe and has been in production since 2000, with offices New York, Prague, London and Amsterdam. The company produces more than 20 studio lines.

“As Europe’s biggest and most illustrious, gay adult producer, making our films available to online viewers is the next obvious step,” Eurocreme director Steve Thompson said.

“We are sure the quality of production, plus the sheer breadth of our catalogue, will prove very popular. Twinks, studs, hunks, hairy hunks, bareback, condom, scallies, skins — you name it — we have films with them in,” he added.

Eurocreme also distributes product from several other gay studios, including Cobra Video, Raw Films, Bulldog, Rudeboiz, Twinkz, Rudeboiz, Tipo Sesso and more.

The Eurocreme roster of exclusive performers includes Ryan Garcia, Christian Stone, Danny Phoenix, Darian Hawke, Danny Cannon, Josh Ford, Jack Sterling, Tom Schwarz, Cameron Jackson and Jacen Maxence, among others.

The parent company of TVPolari is U.K.-based IPTV provider Global Digital Broadcast (GDB).

In the last week, GDB has announced the launch of two other adult channels to be broadcast on their IPTV network.

Wrist Action TV will feature U.K.-based adult videos and is being headed up by British industry veterans: One-Eyed Jack Productions director/producer Terry Stephensand performer Marino, aka Super Dick of “U.K. Road Trip” series fame.

Scandinavian Adult channel will also be available through GDB, with adult content from the Scandinavian territories, featuring the work of adult producer Lizbeth Strange.

In December, GBD partnered with broadcast network PlayTV UK TVPolari will be available to viewers with a GDB-PlayTV UK set-top box, as well as online at the TVPolari website. Programming also is downloadable to mobile devices and gaming consoles.

Founded in 2005, GDB provides IPTV services via broadband to Northern Europe (Sur Canal) and to mid-west America (SunCasTV), with plans for expansion into Sweden and Scandinavia; plus aggregates Russian content for MaksTV and Spanish-speaking, Latin programming for U.S.-based Via America.

TVPolari and GDB will be available for appointments in Las Vegas, Jan 9-12. To arrange a meeting, contact Jim Deans on +44(0)7774 266244 or email jim@gdbtv.com.