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Blintn tops the content marketplace scene with large-scale Chinese and Korean content update

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Blintn, Asia’s leading B2B content provider, announced that it has become the biggest Korean and Chinese top-tier content provider offering greater choices and quality experience to its users.

Blintn creates a marketplace that media companies with various needs can buy and sell all types of content licensing rights without commission. It provides new, easy ways of communication and deal processes through its end-to-end in-platform solutions to all content businesses.

Blintn’s users include: SLL (formerly JTBC studios), one of Korea’s top studios; Youku, one of the biggest OTT platforms in China; CMC Pictures, one of China’s biggest movie studios; Linmon Pictures, one of the biggest TV Series production companies in China and the producer of recent hit series “Nothing But Thirty”; Zoland Animation, the biggest animation production company in China; JYS Media, the second biggest distributor in China”; and many more.

According to Blintn, the recent large-scale growth in both the volume and quality of the content database has substantially contributed to the platform becoming the leader in the content marketplace in Asia.

In addition, the new users of the platform have all expressed their heightened interest and expectation towards the enhanced interaction with their network, old and new, through the tools Blintn provides, which can possibly provide themselves with a more efficient way of work.

While the platform celebrates its strong Asian content library, Peter Choe, Blintn’s CEO, is determined to expand its user base and “further strengthen the user network as well as the content library from Asia in order to solidify Blintn’s position as Asia’s content market leader.”

Blintn is known to invite the senior executives of global leading media corporations, including WarnerMedia, Paramount Pictures, Dolby, Tencent, Nippon TV, and Viu, to open up discussions for the future of global media industry this upcoming July.

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