Bangalore, December 24 2014: Indian technology start-up Muvi Studio, has launched their Video on Demand (VoD) platform for the worldwide entertainment industry.
The platform allows video content owners like movie and TV productions, TV channels and video content aggregators to launch their own-branded Video on demand (VoD) platform in just a few hours at zero capital cost.Muvi Studio has also partnered with Maa Television Network, Hyderabad and ISKCON Television, Mumbai to launch their VoD platforms.
Muvi Studio has already launched MaaFlix.com (www.maaflix.com), a video streaming platform aimed at bringing its favorite Telugu programs at the click of a button to the Telugu Diaspora worldwide. ISKCON Television (India) will soon launch their VoD site on Muvi Studio’s platform to the global market offering religious content like Pravachans, Spiritual Talks, Bhajans, Aartis and Documentaries focused around ISKCON’s vision and Lord Krishna’s teachings.
Muvi Studio works on the Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) model and it offers the content owner everything required to launch their own-branded video streaming site, as well as apps for mobile, tablet and smart TVs by taking care of the coding, managing hosting on the cloud, user management, payment gateway integrations, database management, state of the art security with video encryption and Digital rights management (DRM) to fend off pirates as well as offering in-built marketing tools which makes it easier for content owners to start marketing their site in no time.
Traditionally anyone looking to setup their own-branded video streaming platform needs to invest heavily in the IT Infrastructure & a software development team along with a time-to-market of 6-8 months, however with Muvi Studio, this cost has come down to zero and a time-to-market to a few hours, thus enabling video content owners to focus purely on content and marketing.
MuviStudo is also in closing there partnerships with content owners to launch their platforms for the Marathi & Tamil Entertainment Industry in India as well as content owners from across the world including Netherlands, Spain and in USA.