Skip to content
← Go back

Allow features to be members of a brand

January 15th, 2020 (Revision 1), print this page

Brands have no limits nowadays and that is why Bebanjo keeps including new features to match the trend!

  • Do you want to include that great Christmas special along with the other 11 series in a “Doctor Who” brand?
  • Maybe create a “Marvel” brand where you can go through all 23 (and still counting!) features related to this superhero universe?

Now it’s possible! Brands, originally intended for episodic content only in Mediagenix On-Demand, can now include features too.

This note describes this change in full, and, as usual, you can contact support or your Technical Account Manager for further clarification.

There are two ways for you to link a feature to a brand.

1. Add the brand from the relevant feature’s catalogue page

You can link each individual feature from their catalogue page, just edit the title and add the brand.

add to brand from feature v3

2. Add the brand from the brand itself

Here you can choose between two different options:

  • You can either Add/Existing Titles where you will see a selection of features and series available on the catalogue not yet added to the brand. Or…
  • You could Add/Create a New Feature directly from the brand, no need to go anywhere else!

Create Feature from Brand (3 size)

And because information is key, following the current behaviour for the series, you will be able to see that a feature is Part of a brand on its core metadata.


In order to adapt to all these changes, we have updated the brand page too. That’s why you will see that the children of a brand are now referred to as titles. Users can still rely on the title-type (right hand column) to differentiate features and series within their brands.


We hope this makes your life a little easier to keep expanding the TV and Movies universes! Try it out and be sure to let your TAM know if you have any questions!


  • movida#5042 Allow features to be members of a brand