Staff Reporters
Nov 8, 2011

StarHub enters licensing agreements with three studios

SINGAPORE - StarHub’s Demand TV, which was rebranded as On Demand from 1 November, has entered video-on-demand licensing agreements with 20th Century Fox, NBCUniversal and Walt Disney Studios.

StarHub has entered into video-on-demand licensing agreements with 20th Century Fox, NBCUniversal and Walt Disney Studios
StarHub has entered into video-on-demand licensing agreements with 20th Century Fox, NBCUniversal and Walt Disney Studios

The partnership will add new movies to its stable, giving customers access to a range of blockbusters and Hollywood titles as soon as the the current and archived lineups from these studios are made available as part of Starhub's offering in Singapore.

Subscribers can also receive high-definition content from Disney, NBCUniversal and Sony Pictures Television, as well as current as same-day DVD releases from Disney and NBCUniversal, such as Cars 2 and Bridesmaids.

These services are available to all StarHub customers using the HubStation, HubStation HD or HD Interactive set-top box in Singapore.

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