SPI International has acquired thirty-four documentaries, approximately eighty hours of programming of Earth Touch content.“We are delighted to collaborate with Earth Touch, a company that shares our passion for providing audiences with high-quality content produced via state-of-the-art technologies,” said Revi Benshoshan, Director of Acquisitions at SPI International.
The new deal withh allow SPI to broadcast the freshly acquired programming on DocuBox and any of its other linear and digital brand assets worldwide. “This new slate of programming from Earth Touch will be a great addition to our library, especially to DocuBox’s rich collection of fascinating documentary and factual series that explores different cultures and the wonders of our world,” Benshoshan said.
The licensed programming includes various nature and wildlife documentaries such as "Deep Blue Dive" and "Black Mamba: Kiss of Death" and travel-themed content like "Marco Polo: A Very Modern Journey" and "Most Intriguing Safari Destinations."
Earth Touch has a diverse library of over 9000 hours of high-quality UHD and HD material, as well a total of 394 hours of blue-chip original programming. SPI is one of the biggest aggregators of native Ultra HD content in the world. Working with over 700 operators worldwide, SPI uses state of the art technology providing its 65 million subscribers with access to SPI’s linear and on-demand content including live streaming of UHD programming and FilmBox channels on any Internet-connected device via major global streaming media players as well as local OTT providers.
We are delighted to collaborate with Earth Touch, a company that shares our passion for providing audiences with high-quality content produced via state-of-the-art technologies.” Revi Benshoshan Director of Acquisitions, SPI International.