Leeds, a marketplace for the online media marketplace Leeds announced on Tuesday that it will launch an online marketplace called MediaMarket, aimed at creating a new way for consumers to discover, purchase, and stream new and used media.
The move will be an opportunity for the company to further expand the reach of its new platform, which it said will allow consumers to find the media they want in a new and personalized way.
The company will offer a new online shopping experience that includes both free-to-use and premium content, the release said.
Leeds will also be launching a marketplace to offer media content that has been available through the Leeds platform, and will make its way to an online video service that will compete with traditional video-on-demand platforms.
Leeds, which has over 10 million users, will be based in Atlanta.
It said that its first product, MediaMarket Marketplace, will allow customers to search for media, buy content, and subscribe to content from over 100 leading media publishers, including major publishers including ABC, Fox, CBS, CNN, Disney, HBO, Amazon, AMC, Discovery, E!, and the BBC.
The site will also feature an extensive library of more than 20,000 films and television shows that have been licensed to Leeds and its partners, and the company said it will expand the number of films available through its new site to more than 500 films by the end of the year.
Leagues of Leeds content creators will be able to compete on the marketplace, as well as on the platform for their content, said the company.
Leazes founders will serve as the company’s founders and will lead the company as its president and chief executive officer.
Leazes plans to invest $100 million to expand its business, including building a new headquarters and establishing a new media and entertainment business.
In the coming years, Leeds plans to continue expanding its content offerings through Leeds TV, Leys Media, and Leys Online, the company added.