Companies we have developed the OTV Website and Screening Systems with over the last 17 years

ALL3Media International deploy both a full OTV sales and Marketing system along and the IPad mobile screening application for use at both MIPS and at all the other smaller markets worldwide.
DRG deploy both a full OTV sales and Marketing system along and the IPad mobile screening application for use at both MIPS and at all the other smaller markets worldwide.
TWO FOUR Rights have just re-signed with us for 3 years and we are developing a hugely upgraded system in time for release for MIPCOM 2017.
The Eagle Vision system features a very clean and streamlined design and giving them an exciting new sales and marketing platform as they seek to expand into their market place. Eagle also use our mobile iPad application for sales trips to markets worldwide. We are now in the process of a major upgrade to their system adding integraton with the Universal Music (their new owners) catalogue and many new features.
Mike Morris runs a consultancy and IP development venture, providing strategic services to rights owners. OTV have created a very specific piece of software to facilitate this business.
In time for their 10th anniversary, we launched a full online sales and marketing platform for Off The Fence. OTF also deploy the IPad application on IPad pro's for the MIP and other smaller markets worldwide.
In 2016 OTV launched checkyourfood.com, the most cutting edge nutrition tool on the internet. Utilising an OTV web system CheckYourFood is capable of over 60 billion calculations on the fly and offers a full nutritional analysis of over 1,700 ingredients and 500 meals.

The site also features a unique juxtaposition of: food composition data, RDAs (recommended daily amounts), nutritional science, realistic portion sizes and the effects of cooking on nutrients. Users can also adjust their RDAs to meet every possible nutritional requirement.
This is where it all started! In 1997 Telecine commissioned Matt Wright to invent something that utilised the then new format of digitised video known as MPEG. Matt produced a touch screen system that recalled and played digital video almost instantly and it was placed in the foyer on Charlotte Street. This was spotted by a major Brewer who suggested putting a coin slot on it and making it a video juke box, after much research and many meetings the world’s first touch-screen satellite video jukebox was born and installed in 250 pubs across Britain. Updated every week with new digitised pop videos via satellite the system is still in use in pubs and on P&O Ferries.