Online video streaming platform Spuul increased its library and has signed a deal with UTV to add popular movie titles to its service. The deal will now dive Spuul access to movies such as PK, Rang De Basanti, Jodhaa Akbar, Kai Po Che, Barfi, Dev D, Chennai Express and many more. The movies will be available across platforms like Web, Mobile (iOS, Android), Smart TVs , Airplay on iOS, and Chromecast on Android. Spuul had inked a similar deal with UTV Disney in January last year to strengthen its Bollywood catalog which included 11 movie titles from UTV Motion pictures. In March this year, the company added content from Multi Screen Media which owns and operates the Sony network of television channels to stream their popular TV shows on the digital platform in India. The popular shows from Sony Entertainment Television and SAB TV which will now be available on Spuul for free are Adalat, CID, Maharana Pratap, Chidiya Ghar, Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasma and Hum Hai Na. In 2013 Spuul had a tie up with Star TV India to stream Star Plus shows 30 minutes after their TV broadcast in India. Competition - Media conglomerate Viacom announced earlier this month that it would be launching its own video-on-demand (VOD) platform called Viacom Play Plex in the fourth quarter of 2015. he platform will offer a suite of mobile TV apps which will allow its distribution partners to offer smartphone and tablet users around the world access to the best content from all its international TV brands,…
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