Babelgum IPTV service announces 30 new content deals

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I had a play around with Babelgum when it was launched in beta a few weeks back, coming to the conclusion that it was technically very good, but content-wise, sorely lacking. Well, all that could be about to change.

That’s because the company seems to be doing content deals left, right and centre. In fact, it’s just announced 30 new partners who will be distributing content on Babelgum, including big names like the BBC and Reuters, through to a new band of indepedent producers.

If it delivers, Babelgum could be a contender. Read on after the turn for the full list of content providers.

Babelgum’s content providers

3DD – Music live performance and documentary
Associated Press – Daily feeds of news, showbiz, weather
BBC MotionGallery – Documentaries
Big Picture Limited – Lifestyle
Black Diamond – Extreme / Action Sports
Breakthru Films – Short films and animation
Entertainment Rights – Saturday morning TV. Retro cartoons etc
Fight Network – Boxing
Filmchest – Cult films
Gong Anime – Japanese animation
IMG
Fashion – Fashion, trends, gossip
Gamer TV – Gaming magazine show
Golf
Red Bull Race – Aeroplane Racing
Indivisual – Martial Arts, Circus etc, Goal Parade, Silent Films
Intervision – Travel and Literature
ITN – Daily feeds of news, showbiz, weather
Journeyman Films – Documentaries
Kiteboard Pro World Tour (GPF) – Kiteboarding
Ministry of Sound TV – Major UK dance music aggregator and distributor
Off The Fence – Nature documentaries
QOOB – Shorts and animations
Quattro Media (4M sports) – Sports content. World of freesport
Rethink Entertainment – Factual Entertainment
Reuters – Current Affairs
Rushes – Soho Film Festival
Shine Limited – Factual Entertainment
Spike Lee – Documentary / shorts
Urban Canyons – Music Programming
West Side Eclectic – Comedy
World Wide Entertainment – Sports clips and bloopers; exercise programmes
WYSIWYG – Films
Zed – Documentaries

Babelgum website

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