(July 17, 2008 – Madrid) - ONO, the leading broadband communications and entertainment company, has broadened its existing agreement with Warner Bros. Digital Distribution to include all of the latter’s 2008 film releases in its video on demand (VOD) service Ojo Videoclub. The cable provider will show for the first time on Spanish television films such as “I Am Legend,” “Speed Racer,” “Sweeney Todd,” “Invasion,” “License to Wed” and “The Dark Knight,” amongst others. What’s more, ONO will add one hundred recent and classic titles to its film library, including “Eyes Wide Shut,” “Casablanca,” the Matrix trilogy, “Batman,” “Troy,” “Wild Wild West” and “Mars Attacks!” Marc Gareton, Executive Vice-President, International, Warner Bros. Digital Distribution said, “Warner Bros. Digital Distribution is delighted to announce this new Video on Demand partnership with Ono as an important part of our continuing multiplatform digital media strategy to provide consumers with access to our movies when and where they want to watch them.” Paul Healy, ONO's TV director, said that "broadening the agreement with Warner Bros. will allow us to strengthen our movie content and to continue to offer a diverse, customised and high-quality TV programming for all our clients." Ojo Videoclub is ONO’s VOD platform. The cable provider makes all manner of content available to its subscribers, including films, sports programmes, documentaries, series, cartoons, and more. Ojo Videoclub provides access to an exclusive world of recreation, information and entertainment, tailor-made to each viewer’s requirements, as it is the viewer who can choose what they want to see and when, 24 hours a day, in addition to being able to pause, restart and view again, as many times as they like. About Warner Bros. Digital Distribution Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, part of the Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, electronically distributes the studio’s product around the world to platforms both existing and new, including pay-per-view, electronic sell-through, VOD, wireless and other systems. WBDD also supervises the studio’s worldwide digital strategy, agreements with digital platforms, new clients and businesses in the digital arena. Warner Bros. Digital Distribution also has responsibility for managing sales of product produced by Warner Home Video and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, from individual agreements covering film packages to digital distribution, in both standard and high-definition format. About ONO ONO is Spain’s leading broadband communications and entertainment company. It provides, on an integrated basis, telephone, television and Internet services to its residential subscribers. In this segment, it boasts almost 3.9 million services contracted (i.e. revenue-generating units or RGUs) and more than six million users. ONO has recently launched ONO io, a mobile convergence service with all the advantages of a fixed phone line. Additionally, ONO provides value-added services for SMEs, large corporations and institutions. ONO boasts the largest latest-generation fibre optic network available in Spain, and ended 2007 with total income of €1,616 million and an operating profit (EBITDA) of €642 million. This year, ONO is celebrating its tenth birthday.
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