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Sony LIV launches Hollywood library for English movie fans

27-April-2016
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Sony LIV launches Hollywood library for English movie fans

Sony LIV, Sony Pictures Networks’ (SPN) has announced the launch of- ‘Hollywood library’. The library gives viewers a chance to access a wide selection of hugely popular American movies on digital devices of their choice.

The biggest upcoming Hollywood blockbusters will premiere on LIV before their satellite (TV) airing.

Sony LIV already offers an extensive Bollywood library with over 1,000 films from across genres. Payment towards accessing this movie library can be made via a variety of modes including credit cards, debit cards and Net banking. Customers can also pay for content through the recently introduced direct billing services of Sony LIV where the amount is deducted from the prepaid SIM card or charged to the phone bill in case of a post-paid contract.

Uday Sodhi, EVP and Head – Digital Business said,“At Sony LIV, we are committed to continuously enhance the entertainment experience of our viewers. After receiving an overwhelming response for our Bollywood library, we are now extending our catalogue to allow English movie buffs to catch up with their Hollywood dose of entertainment- right from award-winning favourites to unseen gems. Our endeavour is to make an entire bouquet of eclectic yet engaging cinematic properties accessible at ease since Sony LIV is a complete digital entertainment destination that consumers can turn to for riveting content of every kind.”

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