Vuulr, the global online content marketplace for film and T.V. rights that connects buyers and distributors worldwide, announced that it has partnered with Kanal D International (KDI), the global business arm of Kanal D, the leading TV channel of Turkey broadcasting under Demirören Media Group, Europe’s leading media organization, creating world-class premium content as one of the top content providers in the world for 26 years. Kanal D International will list 24 titles on the Vuulr platform totalling approximately 2,160 hours of content, mostly in the romantic comedy and premium drama genres.
Among the notable titles that Kanal D International is listing on Vuulr include dramas Twist of Fate and Recipe of Love, along with Hekimoglu, which is the Turkish version of the hit U.S. scripted series House M.D.
“We’re excited to team up with Vuulr to ensure our content continues to be distributed all across the globe,” Executive Director at Kanal D International, Ekin Koyuncu Karaman said. “There’s been an increasing demand for Turkish content worldwide. Vuulr’s global reach makes it easier to get our titles into the hands of broadcasters and streaming platforms regardless of their location or time zone.”
“As the demand for international content continues to soar, we’re delighted to expand the breadth of the catalogue available on Vuulr with this exciting partnership with Kanal D International, which will bring more than 2,000 hours of premium new Turkish series to our platform,” Vuulr Chief Content Officer Natasha Malhotra said. “Their heartwarming dramas and world-class production have universal appeal and Vuulr makes this content available to buyers from around the world in a simple, frictionless way as we continue our mission to transform the distribution and acquisition ecosystem.”
There are currently over 30,000 unique films and T.V. titles available on Vuulr, amounting to more than 173,000 hours of content from 7,000 sellers in over 120 countries, offering buyers a convenient, single destination for content discovery and acquisition.