Through Wovenmedia’s cloud service, Vme’s content will be displayed on TV screens in hospitals, clinics and retail locations across California and the Southwestern U.S.
The partnership with Wovenmedia gives Vme access to 1.2 million monthly viewers in a number of U.S. cities including: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio. Wovenmedia’s networks in these locations will be showing episodes and video clips from some of Vme’s popular Spanish-language programs about childcare, cooking, wildlife, movies, and music. Series to be featured include Tu Bebé, Vme Cocina, Planeta Feroz, En Pantalla and Nota Musical.
Joellen Jacobs, vice president, content and programming at Wovenmedia told us “We’re very pleased to add Vme to our growing roster of premium content partners. Vme is breaking new ground in Hispanic media, and we’re really excited to be able to bring the best in Spanish-language entertainment programming to our growing bi-lingual viewing audiences.”
“This partnership allows Vme to reach its core demographic audiences in key markets with our high quality programming,” said Alvaro Garnica, general manager for Vme. “We recognize the incredible value that a company like Wovenmedia can bring to our strategic marketing plans and expands Vme’s presence to unique out-of-home audiences.”
Vme joins the rapidly expanding list of Wovenmedia’s top-tier content partners, which includes NBC Universal, VIMEO, Fox Sports, Baby First TV, QUBO, and AlliSports