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YOU On Demand (YOD) Announces Expanded Relationship with Disney to Offer Mobile Movies On Demand in China

Leading Chinese multi-platform entertainment and video-on-demand company YOU On Demand Holdings, Inc. has announced the expansion of its cooperation to offer feature films from Disney Media Distribution through the YOU On Demand mobile service.

Through YOU On Demand, Disney library titles like “Alice in Wonderland” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” will now be available, and popular Marvel library titles will be available through the company’s Subscription Video On Demand (SVOD) package. New releases like “Thor: The Dark World” and “Saving Mr. Banks” will also be available through the company’s Transactional Video On Demand (TVOD) service.

“We are very proud to announce our expanded partnership with Disney as we continue to bring the best in entertainment to mobile users in China,” YOU On Demand Chairman Shane McMahon stated in the news release. “Disney films define quality family entertainment, and we’re thrilled that YOU On Demand will be showcasing Disney content to the world’s largest media audience. This partnership marks the next step in YOU On Demand’s commitment to provide rich and diverse content to customers anytime and anywhere on a wide variety of platforms, including mobile, digital cable, IPTV, Over-the-Top and online.”

With the addition of Disney content, YOU On Demand will continue pursuing the expansion of its mobile distribution presence in China. The company will add Disney titles to its current Hollywood lineup through the newly launched mobile app YOU Cinema, as per a recently announced distribution agreement with Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider and the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. The YOU Cinema app currently comes preloaded on Huawei Mate smartphones.

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