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Sanona boosts

February 15, 2013

By Colin Mann

Numerous Hindi and Bollywood films are now available on, the easy-to-use gateway to legitimate film, TV and video services, with online pay-per-view digital movie distribution business Sanona becoming the first in a host of new legal film providers to take advantage of the site’s unique proposition, following its transfer to the Industry Trust late in 2013. aggregates film availability in any format, allowing film fans to search for titles across localised cinema listings, comprehensive DVD/Blu-ray releases and an ever growing range of digital download and streaming services enabling consumers to watch now at the push of a button. With search results categorised by format, the site is designed to tackle the key driving factors of piracy: availability, convenience and affordability,

Sanona joins as embarks on a new partnership strategy which will see its extensive film database surfaced across a range of high profile film sites where the industry’s customers are already engaging with content; connecting audiences with a comprehensive range of legal services.

Sylvia Wan, Digital Communications Manager, Industry Trust, said that Sanona’s titles would now feature in search results on and receive exposure on the high traffic sites the Trust would be partnering with. “We look forward to welcoming other new services on board as we work to grow our database even further.”

“Piracy affects us all and by working with we’re taking a simple but effective step in doing something about it,” said Adam Davies, CEO, Sanona. “As the UK’s largest online Pay-Per-View Hindi and Bollywood movie streaming service, we’re excited about reaching new audiences through our work with and their partner sites.”


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