Campaign India Team
Aug 13, 2008

NDTV Lumière partners Jaman.com

World cinema channel NDTV Lumière, has partnered with online entertainment portal www.jaman.com, thus enabling streaming and downloading of world films from the Internet. NDTV Lumière has made available 30 titles from its collection, which can be downloaded at $ 2 per film. This facility is available only for users across India and the SAARC region.

NDTV Lumière partners Jaman.com

World cinema channel NDTV Lumière, has partnered with online entertainment portal www.jaman.com, thus enabling streaming and downloading of world films from the Internet. NDTV Lumière has made available 30 titles from its collection, which can be downloaded at $ 2 per film. This facility is available only for users across India and the SAARC region.

With this deal, viewers can choose to watch films through real-time Internet streaming, or by downloading  the entire film. This film will be viewable for a period of seven days, after which viewers can download it for permanent viewing at the said price.

Dhruvank Vaidya, senior vice president - New Ventures, NDTV Imagine, said, "This is another step taken by NDTV Lumière to ensure that the best of world cinema is accessible by audiences. After the introduction of the theatrical release of films across Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Kolkata, this association with Jaman is another step in our journey to present these wonderful films to audiences not just in India but also across the SAARC region."

Gaurav Dhillon, founder and CEO of Jaman, said "Jaman is very pleased to expand its library with this collection of excellent movies from NDTV Lumiere.  Like NDTV Lumiere, Jaman is committed to bringing quality films to new audiences around the world who discover, enjoy and share films with each other."

The partnership will commence in August, and the Jaman website will keep adding to its collection of international cinema from around the world, in the subsequent months.
 

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Campaign India

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