Free Arabic movie platform launched
Dubai, July 7, 2013
EGM Worldwide, the official digital partner of Dubai-based Rotana Media Group, has unveiled ‘RotanaCinema.com’, a platform to access Arabic movies for free.
The website covers over 100,000 hours of entertainment with full-length movies, television series, theatre plays, and original programming, said a statement.
Andreas Roell, CEO of EGM Worldwide, said: “It is our belief that Arabs from around the world should have the ability to connect not only with Rotana’s vast entertainment library but also with greatest ease to its heritage”
The platform was built for compatibility for all devices and will soon roll out with dedicated mobile and smart TV executions, said the statement.
Providing high-quality video streaming, the interface offers a unique experience where users can find content quickly by type or genre, and discover featured programming, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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