Videocon d2h, Sony Pictures ink partnership for SonyLIV video-on-demand service

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Lots of action happening in the DTH and VoD (video on demand) space nowadays, it seems. In the latest such move, DTH service provider Videocon d2h has announced that it has entered into a deal with Sony Pictures Networks that would enable Videocon d2h users access to the existing ‘Video On Demand’ services offered via the SonyLIV platform. According to a press release issued by the company, when the new partnership goes life, Videocon d2h users would be able to access content available for SonyLIV app users directly from Videocon’s HD Smart Connect Set Top Box. SonyLIV has a wide variety if content across a wide array of categories – including sports, shows, music and TV shows.

Commenting on the development Videocon d2h executive chairman Saurabh Dhoot said; “

We are delighted to partner with Sony LIV. This collaboration would strengthen the entertainment apps available on our HD Smart Connect and provide our customers with a large range of entertainment.”

Do you happen to use the DTH service from Videocon by any chance? If yes, you might want to tell us how good/bad this new service is?

[Via BGR India]

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