Campaign India Team
Apr 24, 2018

Tata Sky and Netflix to join hands

The partners call it the next innovation in content delivery

Tata Sky and Netflix to join hands
Tata Sky and Netflix have entered into a strategic partnership. Through this partnership in India, subscribers of both Tata Sky and Netflix will have access to a world of content through future Tata Sky platforms. Netflix’s service includes over a thousand hours of Ultra HD content.
 
Tata Sky subscribers will be able to browse and access the entire Netflix service, including TV shows, films, documentaries, stand-up comedy and kid’s titles. The details of the partnership will be announced in due course, said a company statement.
 
Harit Nagpal, MD and CEO of ‎Tata Sky said, “This partnership adds another dimension to providing world-wide quality content On-Demand for our subscribers. We are glad to include Netflix in our family and look forward to keep offering an extraordinary entertainment experience to all our subscribers.”
 
Bill Holmes, global head of business development for Netflix said, “We are delighted to partner with Tata Sky to bring great content under the same roof. With this new partnership, Tata Sky's customers will be able to seamlessly access and enjoy all the best entertainment they love in one place.”
 
 
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