I was in a meeting recently, and I noticed the speaker was talking about the Fosina marketing program.
Fosina is a company out of Finland that specializes in online video content. Fosina works with publishers, like VHS and Betacam, to produce content that can be seen online. In this case, Fosina is a distributor for VHS and Betacam, but it’s also a distributor for a number of other publishers, like the Canadian branch of VHS maker Video International.
This new Fosina marketing program is more of a partnership between VHS and Betacam than it is an effort by Fosina to gain a foothold in these other video-sharing sites. The Fosina website doesn’t say much about Fosina’s marketing efforts. However, the company claims that it’s been working with more than 30 video-sharing companies, and that it has the most online video-sharing sites in the world.
The idea behind Fosina is to give customers a place to get their movies without paying for them, while also giving the companies that host these movies a way to get a piece of the action. The company says that it has more than 400 active partners, and that its clients include more than 50 major video-sharing sites.
Fosina is a little bit more than just a movie-hosting site. The company is a platform that allows movie studios to promote their films to the general audience without having to make any money off of that, as their deals only include the distribution and marketing of the film. Fosina is also offering its clients, like Netflix, the ability to use Fosina to get their movies shown in their own streaming sites.
With the rise of social media and streaming, there’s a growing number of movie studios who want to take advantage of these platforms. Fosina’s new partnership with Paramount Pictures is one of the most interesting ones to me. The movie studio has already used Fosina to sell a number of movies to the streaming sites. But this is about to change with the addition of Paramount Pictures’ deal with Fosina.
Paramount Pictures has already been using Fosina to sell a number of movies, so they’re probably a little confused why I’m not selling them on the platform. That said, if they do use Fosina to sell their movies on the platform, they could probably use it to buy out other studios. For example, a movie studio might want to own its own streaming site, but then sell movies through Fosina.
That’s not the only thing I’m excited about. Fosina is trying to make some big gains in streaming by being able to offer unlimited video downloads. Thats a big deal, so any streaming site that wants to be in that space will soon be getting the treatment.
Streaming video is only going to grow in popularity, and so will the number of people interested in downloading movies from streaming sites. The question is, will streaming video use Fosina to buy out other streaming sites? That would certainly be a good use for Fosina, which has never really been involved in streaming. They also could use Fosina to acquire their own streaming service, but that doesn’t seem to be the plan.
If the streaming industry continues to grow at its current rate, it’s hard to see why a company with Fosina’s resources would not be able to acquire a streaming company. At the current moment, the streaming sites are all just a couple of sites that stream movies. It’s not like there are dozens of sites that stream movies. The streaming industry is all about making money.