SPI International has signed a license agreement with the membership-based streaming service DocuBay that covers seven documentary titles.
The deal includes seven of SPI International’s titles: Turandot, Small Cams—Big Beasts, Time Hopper, Eye to Eye with Everest: Death on a Mountain, Invisible Wildlife Photographer, Riders in the Land of the Setting Sun and Rwanda 17. All seven documentaries are now available to stream in 180-plus countries on the DocuBay app and website.
“SPI International brings together international documentaries of the highest quality with world-class partners,” said Hubert Ornass-Kubacki, head of content sales at SPI International. “We deliver the award-winning, premium documentaries that our global audience expects from us, every day. It is very exciting to share that our first distribution agreement with DocuBay includes seven of our best documentaries and that both parties are eager to keep growing this partnership for many years to come.”
“SPI International’s tremendous catalog of exceptional content is right in line with DocuBay’s mission of providing viewers with the best in independent feature documentary films,” said Akul Tripathi, COO of DocuBay. “With DocuBay now available to a global audience, we look forward to growing our community of documentary film fans through strategic partnerships with premium content distributors such as SPI International.”