Content publishing and coproduction

In addition to distributing third-party services, Orange coproduces film and series and also publishes its own content.

OCS for fans of film and series

In France, Orange offers its premium OCS service, which includes a range of programming available for linear and on-demand viewing from all distributors. 10 years since launch and OCS now offers its 3.3 million subscribers four themed channels, thousands of programs on demand and an app for all screens. Its concept, 100% film and series programming, has led to success, based on partnerships with the best production companies, strong themes and high-end series, including hits through the exclusive HBO deal in France (Game of Thrones, Westworld).

Other Orange highlights

Orange also launched two new channels in 2018:

  • In Spain, Orange launched its Orange Series channel which offers exclusive series and more than 1,000 hours of programming including some in HD;
  • In Slovakia, the Orange sport channel holds exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League.

In France, Orange offers 24,000 Video on Demand titles that can be rented or purchased across all screens and can be downloaded for offline viewing. In addition to the offer in France, Orange also provides a transactional VOD service in Spain, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. In Africa and the Middle East, Orange provides a VOD offer in: Ivory Coast, Mauritius and Senegal.

To offer each of these countries a rich and adapted VOD service, Orange relies on partners such as major American studios as well as local independents.

Coproduction with Orange Studio

Orange Studio, the film subsidiary of the Orange Group, has been investing in the co-production and acquisition of movies since 2007: “The Artist”, “Timbuktu”, “Le Petit Prince” and more recently “Valerian”, “The Guardians”, “A Stork’s Journey”, “Little Tickles” or “Nicky Larson, City Hunter”.

Founded in 2007, our film entity Orange Studio is developing an ambitious independent and diversified co-production policy for French and European films. At the same time it is looking to enrich its catalogue with international titles through an agreement signed with UGC. The subsidiary is also proactive in its search for film and audiovisual talent across Africa.

In total, the Studio, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2017, has funded close to 200 movies (on average 15 per year since its creation) and owns the rights to almost 1,200 titles, including 600 audiovisual works from numerous catalogues.