Thursday, 19 January 2017

Streaming Providers Started Media Streaming Service Iflix in Pakistan and Asia

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Streaming providers started media streaming service Iflix, service streaming in Pakistan. Iflix streaming providers began operations in Pakistan. The launch of this program increases the presence of Iflix streaming media company operational in eight countries.

"We are hyper-focused on location," said Shah Farees, Pakistan's Iflix GM. "With the largest library of Pakistani television, films and favorite programs available worldwide, iflix are ready to revolutionize the way the Pakistani entertainment consume.

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In Malaysia, Iflix received an injection of $45 million last year on Sky, the giant of pay TV in the UK. Iflix announced it would use $150 million of additional capital for expansion in Asia and perhaps further. For the introduction of Pakistan, the company has over 160 studios and associations distributors.

At the launch of streaming media company Iflix in Pakistan includes the local TV series "Man Mayal", "Bin Roye", "Udaari, Zara Yaad Kar", "Pakeeza" "Gul e Rana", "Maan", "Kaisay Tum Se Kahoon" Mol and Others through an agreement with the drama leading entertainment channel, Hum TV.

The available international shows include each episode of "Friends", "The OC" and "Gossip Girl" and nine seasons of "Big Bang Theory". Other programs include "The Flash", "Arrow", "Gotham" 2 Broke Girls, "The 100", "Last Ship", "Person of Interest", "Originals", "Pretty little  Liars"

The service of Streaming providers Iflix is available for $2.89 per month (PKR 300) with an annual subscription at a price of $27.80 (PKR 2880.)

Before Pakistan, the media streaming service Iflix was launched in Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Brunei and in the Maldives.

In a separate step, a new media streaming service Ozflix is ready to launch on January 26 in Australia. Ozflix Streaming providers aim to provide the 2,000 long Australian films. It starts with a library of 250 to use clearly, they promised that 50% of the revenue will be passed on to distribution partners or rights owners.

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