Twentieth Century Fox partners with Orange to make movies available on-demand on « 24/ 24 vidéo »
Paris, October 2, 2006
* Orange has entered into a multi-year video-on-demand agreement with Twentieth Century Fox in France
* This agreement will provide Orange access to over 75 new release and library feature films each year.
With this recent agreement between Twentieth Century Fox and France Telecom’s Orange service, subscribers to Orange’s digital television by DSL or broadband internet services in France will be able to access new films distributed by Twentieth Century Fox such as “In Her Shoes”, “New York Taxi” and “The Family Stone” plus popular classic library films such as “Alien”, “Chariots of Fire”, “Ice Age” and “Moulin Rouge”.
Video on demand to suit all tastes
Subscribers to “24/ 24 vidéo” will be able to watch films on either their TV or PC. For between EUR2 and EUR5, a film can be rented for unlimited viewing within a 24 hour period, with the ability to pause, rewind and fast-forward in dubbed or subtitled versions.
Twentieth Century Fox is the latest partner for “24/ 24 vidéo”, a growing video-on-demand offering in the French market. “24/ 24 vidéo” now offers a variety of films making over 2200 titles of all genres available from major studios and independent producers and distributors.
“24/ 24 vidéo” is able to respond to the expectations of a broad audience by providing diversified and quality programming.
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