Icflix signs deal with Paramount Pictures
Dubai, September 5, 2013
Icflix media, a Dubai-based online streaming platform for Jazwood (Arabic content), Bollywood and Hollywood genres, has signed a licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures that will bring a variety of hit films to the service's users.
The titles that will become available include The Godfather series, American Beauty, Ghost and films in the Star Trek series, said a statement.
Subscribers will be able to play, pause and rewind available titles. They can also add these movies and all other content to ‘My Flix’ - a favorites section on the platform that allows subscribers to bookmark content for viewing at a later time, it said.
These movies, as well as the full icflix library consisting of various films, TV shows, cartoons and documentaries, can be accessed on the go or at home via a wide range of Internet-connected devices including computers, smart phones, tablets and smart televisions, said the statement. - TradeArabia News Service
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