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LONDON and SEATTLE -- thePlatform, the leading white-label video publishing company and independent subsidiary of Comcast, today disclosed that its cloud-based video publishing system, mpx, is serving as the central logistics system for BT’s newest IP-based TV services in the UK, including BT Vision and YouView from BT. Major media and entertainment companies around the globe, including five of the largest TV service providers in North America, use thePlatform’s mpx video publishing system for managing video across devices. BT, one of the UK’s leading providers of TV, broadband, and telephony services, is now deploying its next-generation TV services using mpx. The services deliver an enhanced user experience with live, catch-up, and on-demand TV on new IP-connected set-top boxes. “thePlatform has a history of success managing video on behalf of some of the largest pay-TV operators and media companies in the world,” said Alex Green, director of TV for BT. “thePlatform enables us to simplify many of our back-end processes by providing a centralized video logistics system capable of publishing video to our new set-top boxes, and other IP-connected devices in the future.” thePlatform Inc.

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