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One More Lesbian (OML), the largest online curators of non-pornographic LGBT film/TV content, has officially announced the debut of OML+, a premium video-on-demand service.
Moving OML toward becoming the Netflix, Hulu, iTunes and Amazon of the lesbian world, founder and CEO Shirin Papillon has kicked-off a new division to bring new non-pornographic films and other specialty entertainment to LGBT audiences around the world via digital platforms.
What to expect? The one of a kind service will allow users to view a variety of popular lesbian titles as well as independent feature films and shorts for a small fee ranging anywhere from $.99 to $3.99 for a 48-hour viewing period. OML+ is the ultimate way for movie lovers to benefit from the very best in the world of LGBT entertainment, from the comfort and convenience of their living room all at the click of a button.
Able to select from a rich catalog of the latest LGBT cinema, viewers will have instant access to quality LGBT content that would usually only screen at film festivals and/or go straight to DVD - films they love and/or have heard of but may not have access to otherwise.
A successful dot.com venture, OML has secured its cyberspace presence as not only a trusted brand, but also as the ultimate seminal Mecca of online lesbian movie streaming. An online media platform that strictly serves as an aggregator for video content already existing on other sites, OML is the one-stop emporium for movies, television shows, web series, Vlogs, music videos, live video chats, PSA’s, specials/events and even commercials made for and by lesbians and bi-sexual women. In addition to hours and hours of films, TV shows, and web series OML will be adding more written content in its “In Words” section and eventually hopes to connect lesbian and bisexual women with music, books, and all things lesbian.
As the web still remains the primary source for quality LGBT content, OML+ is bringing high-quality films to larger audiences than ever before. While making up for the lack of representation in films and TV, OML is also creating a sense of community and solidarity by bringing filmmakers and artists together and offering them a platform to distribute their work online.
OML is among the first in the LGBT film industry market to explore the potential of emerging digital platforms. The company is successfully remaining in the vanguard of developing new strategies for alternative distribution and has now become a marquee destination.