Mumbai: ZEE Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. (“ZEE”), a world media and leisure powerhouse and Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. (“Jio”), India’s main digital providers supplier, at this time introduced that an settlement has been achieved to launch ZEE’s whole content material library on Jio’s platforms, with speedy impact, enhancing the expansion of the general digital ecosystem.
This resolution enhances the expertise of 227+ Mn subscribers of Jio, giving them an entry to ZEE’s wealthy and interesting content material, which includes of 37 LIVE TV channels. In order to additional combine this strategic content material alliance, ZEE5 App, the house of intensive digital content material library of ZEE, which incorporates the Video on Demand (VOD) community content material together with the not too long ago launched ZEE5 Originals, Movies, TV Shows, Music Videos, ifestyle reveals, Kids reveals and Plays, can even be available for obtain.
The alliance goals to leverage ZEE’s wealthy and massively well-liked content material portfolio and nationwide attain of Reliance Jio to serve clients with thrilling and progressive content material options.
Speaking on this resolution, Mr. Amit Goenka, CEO, ZEE International & Z5 Global stated, “We are extremely glad and excited about this positive development. As content creators our primary objective is to create rich and engaging content for our viewers across the nation and the globe. The expansive reach of Jio enables us to entertain a larger base of consumers with an appetite to consume content-on-the-go. Our content which spans across 12 Indian languages, empowers Reliance Jio’s value offering to its subscribers and we’re extremely glad to take this association forward.”
Mr. Akash Ambani, Director, Jio, stated, “We are delighted that our esteemed customers will now have access to the engaging and diverse content from Zee Group. At Jio we are committed to providing our consumers the best of content from India and the world in our quest to accelerate digital inclusion in the country.”