Turner India and Amazon Prime Video this week declared a strategic joint venture that will bring popular shows of Cartoon Network to the streaming platform. Amazon has been seeking to extend its service of Prime Video in India and has frequently been signing deals of content licensing. The most recent is a association with Salman Khan for rights to his upcoming films and titles produced by Salman Khan productions.
The Amazon Prime Video and Turner India partnership will give Cartoon Network shows such as Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10 (Classic), Ben 10 Omniverse, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Johnny Bravo, Grim Adventures of Billy Mandy, Kumbh Karan, Powerpuff Girls (Classic), Dexter’s Laboratory, and Roll No. 21. These series will be available below the section of Kids & Family TV.
The firms in a joint declaration claimed the significance of the decision, saying, “Kids these days are engaging and consuming with their favorite content over different screens such as mobile and computers screens. This is elevating with the appearance of new OTT platforms and the increase in usage of apps for games as a learning and entertainment activity.”
Amazon revealed that it might be expanding its preliminary Prime Video scheme all over world markets. Taking many by shock last December, Amazon declared that it was creating its on-demand streaming facility, for which it might normally charge $5.99 each month, accessible in 242 territories and nations at an preliminary cost of EUR 2.99 or $2.99 each month for the initial 6 Months. This costing is only for areas that do not have a subscription of Prime membership available. In other areas, such as the U.S. and India, Amazon Prime users receive the service of Prime Video bundled in.
Lately, Amazon and Apple are preparing to roll out the Prime Video App on Apple TV. The app can go commercial in next summer. There is no precise date of launch stated for the Amazon Prime App. Amazon has allegedly discussed with Apple and is presently claimed to soon initiate trading Apple TV on its online site as well. The e-commerce major blocked trading the device a few years ago claiming that it created “mystification” between customers.