WorldWideContent Preps Version 4.0

GLENDALE, Calif. — WorldWideContent will unveil the fourth version of its service April 2 at The Phoenix Forum.

WorldWideContent (WWC), which launched version 3.0 in June 2007, unveiled plans only recently to upgrade its online services again. Version 4.0 will include a new look for its website, an improved backend interface for webmasters and studios, improved search and navigation and additional customer support.

WorldWideContent CEO and co-founder Raffi Vartanian also said that version 4.0 will include a significant influx of new content for webmasters to choose from.

"WWC 4.0 will keep WorldWideContent Inc. at a competitive force in its field and always on the cutting edge," he said, adding that his company will offer seven new ways to license content with the new version, including online paysites, VOD revenue share, cable and hotel, IPTV and DVD rights.

Besides preparing its fourth version for release, WWC has been hard at work lining up other licensing agreements over the last month, including new deals with Classic X Collection and B&D Pleasures.

WWC was named Content Provider of the Year at the 2007, 2008 and 2009 XBIZ Awards. For more information, visit WorldwideContent.com.

Related: