BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), recently implemented mediamorph, a leader in business software for the global media industry, to support and enhance its digital distribution channels through cloud-based contract and royalty management solutions.
“As we have evolved and grown our digital content licensing business, we’ve encountered challenges in managing commercial terms, understanding cross- platform viewership and handling royalty processing,” said Linda Passey, Senior Manager, Digital and Home Entertainment, BBC Worldwide. “Mediamorph has provided a solution that allows us to manage these issues with tracking, measurement and financial workflow for our digital distribution.”
Mediamorph’s bespoke solution suite offers BBC Worldwide data validation, royalty processing systems for revenue recognition, customized reporting, an interactive business analytics tool and a single-point tracking service that can be used by team members around the globe.
“We’re pleased to offer a robust suite of services to BBC Worldwide, which is a prime example of the ways in which digital content are changing the landscape of the entertainment media industry,” said Michael Sid, CEO and founder, mediamorph.