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JadooTV, Pearl Media in content streaming pact

14-July-2012
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JadooTV, Pearl Media in content streaming pact

JadooTV and Pearl Media Group have announced a deal to launch JadooPlus entertainment service on JadooTV’s set top box streaming platform. It involves high quality licensed content from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Afghanistan.

JadooTV is a global leader in the South Asian content consumption market and follows an advertisement-supported model. The service comprises channels like: UTV Movies, UTV Stars, UTV Bindass, Dhamaal, Mastiii, Big Magic, E24 Bollywood, News24 Online, Aaj Tak, Headlines Today, and many more.

In addition, JadooPlus will include a large selection of on-demand TV shows, videos, and movies from South Asia.

“We are excited about partnering with JadooTV as the first platform to launch JadooPlus, our OTT entertainment service, enabling us to reach the largest base of South Asian IPTV customers worldwide,” said Faisal Aftab, Co-founder and CEO, Pearl Media Group.

Sajid Sohail, CEO, JadooTV, added here, “JadooBox owners will now get to enjoy an even more diverse selection of Live TV and on-demand videos from their homelands.”

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