D-Smart signs deal with US giant

D-Smart signs deal with US giant

D-Smart signs deal with US giant

This photo provided by Twentieth Century Fox shows Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass in a scene from ‘The Revenant.’

D-Smart, a subsidiary of Turkey’s Doğan TV Holding and a leading digital platform, has inked a substantial multi-year first-run Pay TV deal with Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution. 

D-Smart is continuing to make significant investments in content and expand its premium movie proposition by signing a multi-year agreement with Hollywood’s Twentieth Century Fox, the company said in a statement. 

Starting from January 2016, the deal gives D-Smart exclusive access to all new and upcoming movies to be released by Twentieth Century Fox as well as great and timeless titles from the studio’s magnificent library.
D-Smart now has exclusive first Pay TV rights in Turkey to brand new Twentieth Century Fox films including blockbuster hits like “Kingsman: The Secret Service” and “Home.” Its subscribers will also have  access to an extensive collection of Fox films including “Avatar,” “Planet of the Apes” and  timeless classics such as “The Sound of Music,”, “All About Eve” and “The King and I.” 

In addition to linear distribution through its seven movie channels, D-Smart will also offer these hit products to its Pay TV and OTT subscribers through its digital service, Blu TV via mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets and laptops. D-Smart’s rights will include high definition and 3D, where available.