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Sony PIX inks movie content deal with Warner Bros International Television Distribution

08-January-2018
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Sony PIX inks movie content deal with Warner Bros International Television Distribution

sony-pix_1136.html">Sony PIX, the Hollywood movie channel from Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN), has signed a content licensing deal with one of the largest international television distributors -- Warner Bros. International Television Distribution.
The movie content deal will further strengthen Sony PIX’s library by bringing films like Harry Porter, Matrix, Batman Vs Superman, Dunkirk, Wonder Woman, Hangover Series, Conjuring Universe, Final Destination series, Oceans Series, Shawshank Redemption, and many more, for its viewers.

Tushar Shah, EVP and Business Head, English Cluster, Sony Pictures Networks India, said, “SPN’s English Cluster aims to bring the best international content for its viewers. With the new Warner Bros. deal, Sony PIX - the destination for Hollywood blockbusters and premieres - will now also become the destination for biggest franchises in the genre. We will continue to invest in content that will delight our viewers.”

Jeffrey Schlesinger, President, Warner Bros. Worldwide Television Distribution, said, “We are pleased to have completed this deal with Sony PIX enabling Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) to bring our films to television viewers in India. We are confident that the diverse selection of films will offer something different for fans of all genres.”

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