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25 June 12 - eOrigen Launches New Generation web.tv Channels


Through its new website eOrigen – already a leader in digital media based learning and development – is expanding its services and products with a group of new generation “web tv” channels during the next few months, each of which will ‘mirror’ the new main website.

The company’s core business is currently growing at 80% p.a. with increased bespoke production and development of its own intellectual property.  These new “web tv” channels will offer films and e-learning modules on an annual licence basis for organisations / individual subscribers wishing to purchase content for their own use, providing the potential for eOrigen to develop a multichannel recurring-revenue model.

The three initial channels are specifically targeted at sectors where the company has existing customers, long term contracts and an excellent and highly regarded track record:

•    Health – targeted at the NHS and care homes, with content produced by eOrigen for the Humber NHS foundation trust

•    Education – targeted at 17,000 primary schools in conjunction with the BCS, with content owned and produced by eOrigen

•    Energy – targeted at the global nuclear energy market and built on eOrigen’s track record in producing leading edge drama-based training programmes for EDF Energy, Alstom, Doosan Power Systems, AMEC, Atkins and others.
 
eOrigen training films and e-learning will be offered initially, to optimise existing production assets; in time new content will be developed to populate and enhance the websites. The attraction for end users is that they will be produced and delivered in the style of other broadcast tv channels.

To build perceived user value, each web TV channel will be continually developed to strengthen its reputation as a credible resource and expand its offering adding sponsored programmes (potentially funded by subject matter related organisations) in each market sector

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