NEW DELHI: Tata Sky has joined arms with factual streaming service CuriosityStream to carry hundreds of hours of documentary movies and sequence to viewers throughout India.
Tata Sky subscribers will now have entry to CuriosityStream’s content material through Tata Sky Binge, which is out there on the Tata Sky Binge+ Good set prime field and on the Amazon Hearth TV Stick – Tata Sky Version. Tata Sky Binge aggregates the most effective of premium OTT and catch-up TV content material beneath a single interface and subscription.
CuriosityStream may even be out there as a linear service on tv to Tata Sky DTH subscribers with an choice to view dwell and catch-up content material on-the-go through the Tata Sky Cell app. Tata Sky subscribers can view the CuriosityStream platform service on #715 on the EPG, from November 17.
CuriosityStream MD and head of worldwide distribution Bakori Davis stated, “CuriosityStream shares Tata Sky’s dedication to bringing viewers the very best high quality content material wherever and each time they wish to expertise new adventures and uncover the world’s most fascinating occasions, individuals, and locations. We sit up for partnering with Tata Sky to introduce CuriosityStream to new viewers all through India and to develop our firm’s attain on this dynamic media market.”
Tata Sky chief industrial and content material officer Pallavi Puri stated, “CuriosityStream has hundreds of informative and thought-provoking documentaries overlaying the realms of science, historical past, house, know-how and lots of such topics which have an enviable fan following in India. This sort of a coveted library provides one other dimension to our content material catalogue and we’re very pleased with this affiliation.”
The partnership will allow Tata Sky subscribers to take pleasure in unique originals, sequence and options together with fashionable titles like Deep Ocean and Dragons & Damsels – each narrated by Sir David Attenborough – Stephen Hawking’s Favourite Locations, Mumbai Railway, Wonderful Dinoworld and Age of Huge Cats, amongst others.