Shemaroo Entertainment has tied up with Spuul to share their catalogs with their respective users. Spuul will offer movies like Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, The Dirty Picture, Sarfarosh, Black, Kaalia, Namak Halal, Shiva, Majboor, Amar Akbar Anthony, Don and Anamik among others from Shemaroo. Spuul currently claims to have 12 million users across India, Pakistan, UK, US, Australia & New Zealand and Middle East. Shemaroo financials: In January, Shemaroo reported new media revenues of Rs 16.64 crore for the quarter ended December 30, 2015 (Q3 FY16). New media revenues grew 5.32% from Rs 15.8 crore from the preceding quarter. The company’s new media business represented 15.49% of the company’s total operational income which was Rs 101.38 crore. It also hit 100 million monthly views on YouTube. Shemaroo’s previous tie ups: – In November 2015, Shemaroo tied up with Airtel Digital TV to launch a movie premiere service called Miniplex. – In August last year, Singapore telecom operator Singtel which launched its video streaming service HOOQ in India in May 2015, added over 1,000 Shemaroo video titles on its platform. – In July 2015, Red Chillies Entertainments partnered with Shemaroo Entertainment to distribute a dozen Shah Rukh Khan films on the TV platform. – In April 2015, Shemaroo entered into a distribution agreement with Magna Publishing Company to distribute its content over digital channels and mobile channels. – Shemaroo tied up with net mobile AG to distribute content from Playboy Enterprises Inc in south Asian countries which include India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri…
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