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Eros Now launches on Jadoo TV
MUMBAI: Eros Now has inked a partnership with CloudStream Media Inc, the parent company of Jadoo TV, to bring the streaming service to the Jadoo TV platform.Jadoo TV’s consumers will get instant access to Eros’ collection of Bollywood movies, television shows and music videos.
JadooTV will make the Eros Now service available starting September 2015 for free to its users for the first year, amounting to a $100 value.Eros Now premium service users on Jadoo TV will be able to watch movies immediately after their theatrical release and prior to their screening on television. The OTT service will also include in-house flagship original programming.CloudStream Media Inc CEO and Jadoo TV founder Sajid Sohail said, “Partnering with Eros is an exciting opportunity for us as it significantly bolsters our on-demand content offering, allowing our customers access to the latest selection of high quality Bollywood and regional movies, television shows and music videos. Jadoo TV is the leading platform for the South Asian diaspora, and we believe that this partnership will significantly change the digital media distribution landscape.”
Consumers can view content across several genres that include reality shows, adaptations of international series and original productions spanning drama, comedy and thrillers. Full seasons of these shows and series will be available for viewing exclusively on Eros Now.
Jadoo TV is an over-the-top (OTT) streaming service consisting of Live TV and On-Demand content, catering to the South Asian diaspora worldwide via its proprietary Internet based set-top box (STB), Android Tablet and Connected Device Apps. It is privately held and backed by Intel Capital.