TelOne has announced its first local content catalogue for the 20 000 subscribers on the Digital Entertainment on Demand (DEOD) streaming service which was launched in October last year.
Speaking on the introduction of local content to DEOD, TelOne Managing Director Chipo Mtasa has expressed excitement in launching their first local catalogue.
“We are excited to be launching our first local content catalogue as a key milestone in making the DEOD platform useful in promoting local productions. We have opened up to more local content producers and aggregators and we are confident this will strengthen the local arts industry in a big way”, she said.
TelOne DEOD has partnered Zimbabwean aggregator and distributor Zollywood to support and showcase local content and talent. Zollywood is an outlet established to expose and promote talent and propel recognition of the Zimbabwean film industry, in other African countries and all over the world.
Available on a rent per title basis, is a selection of movies from Zollywood, accessible in Zimbabwe and the diaspora.
Zollywood co-founder Tony Mliswa has promised viewers exciting content on DEOD.
“We really excited with the partnership that we have established with TelOne DEOD, such a strong brand. We couldn’t have found a better partner to enhance the Zollywood Limited mission to bring Zimbabwean content to viewers worldwide. We are promising exciting times ahead for Zimbabwean Film lovers. This is only the beginning of bigger things to come”.
Movie titles already available on TelOne DEOD’s streaming platform include Mwanaskana 1 and 2, Sores of Emmanuel, The In-Laws , Neria, Through the Night 1, When The Voice Sings, Sabhuku Vharazipi, Tariro The Voice Within, More Time and State of Malambia.