DUBAI: OSN, the region’s leading entertainment network, has extended its partnership with Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) enabling OSN Pehla customers to continue to enjoy popular channels Sony Entertainment Television, Sony MAX, Sony MIX and Sony SAB TV.
As part of the renewed agreement, TEN Cricket is now in High Definition and will also be live streamed on OSN Play, for sports fans to enjoy the biggest cricket matches on-the-go anytime, anywhere.
TEN Cricket HD holds the rights to coverage from five cricket boards including Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, West Indies and Zimbabwe, meaning OSN cricket fans will have access to a full range of international matches, with all the action in glorious HD.
Emad Morcos, Chief Content Officer, OSN, said, “Our priority is to provide choice and convenience to all OSN customers. This is why, in addition to providing channels from Sony Pictures Networks for OSN Pehla customers, we’re also adding more On-Demand content for ‘anytime’ viewing. Access to TEN Cricket HD also in live streaming on OSN Play, is a huge bonus for sports fans, who can catch all their favourite cricketing action on-the-go.”
Neeraj Arora, EVP & Head,International Business, Sony Pictures Networks said,“We are delighted to further build our great partnership with OSN by offering TEN Cricket HD alongside other SPN channels, which have been greatly appreciated by viewers in the region for nearly two decades. We look forward to strengthening our partnership further, while aiming to provide the best in entertainment from the Indian subcontinent to OSN viewers.”
Sony Pictures Network is the recognised leader in providing Hindi-language based general entertainment from the Indian subcontinent since 1995.With the renewed deal,both parties aim to provide a more engaging viewer experience, by bringing the best South Asian movies and TV shows to customers.
Alongside Sony Pictures Network, OSN also holds exclusive distribution rights with key South Asian content providers including Zee, Colors, Sun, Aaj Tak, GEO, ARY and the recently renewed Star Asianet TV deal. News Desk