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Paramount+ Expands Streaming Content Access to the Philippines Media Play News

January 17, 2024

Paramount Global Content Distribution Jan. 17 announced a deal with Philippine-based Tap Digital Media Ventures Corp to create a Paramount+ link for licensed Paramount content on its SVOD service, Blast TV, which is scheduled to launch in June.

The agreement seeks to expand the Paramount+ brand globally, in addition to making Paramount+ available as a direct-to-consumer streaming service, through bundled partnerships in key markets as well as through branded hubs in local markets through licensing deals.

Current Paramount+ branded areas include Cosmote in Greece and Streamz in Belgium.

“With a vast offering of sought-after titles across multiple content pillars, this agreement showcases the breadth and strength of the Paramount Global catalog,” Dan Cohen, Chief Content Licensing Officer, Paramount Global and President, Republic Pictures, said in a statement.

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