The company has signed a deal with the international educational VoD platform Lingopie, making more than three dozen Star Media films and series available to service users.
Star Media’s content has long proved popular in many countries around the world. Now the viewers can use it to learn new languages.
The company has signed a deal with the international educational VoD platform Lingopie, making more than three dozen Star Media films and series available to service users. Star Media’s projects, including The Life and Adventures of Mishka Yaponchik, Island of the Unwanted, Wartime Laws, The Romanovs, and The Great War are available to US, Canada, and UK customers.
“It is important for Star Media to see the company’s content as having not only entertainment but also educational potential. Now users from all over the world can learn foreign languages with our films and series using Lingopie. Thirty-three of our projects in different genres are now available on the platform, and everyone can find something to their liking,” says Ksenia Kalistratova, Head of Sales.
“We are happy to partner with Star Media to bring their content to Lingopie users,” says David Datny, Co-founder & CEO at Lingopie. “We hope this relationship will grow as we grow as a company and can provide our users with the high-quality content from their exclusive programming”.
Lingopie, international VoD platform, is a unique service for learning languages through films and TV shows. It aims to make the learning process as easy and enjoyable as watching your favourite TV series. To start learning, the service user just needs to put on a film or series in the language that they would like to learn – Spanish, Portuguese, French, or Russian.