Miramax and Fuso announce Hungarian SVOD

Hungarians have some very good movies winging their way to their various screens, now that Hungarian-listed company Fuso have announced a Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) deal (mediated by Eastwest Entertainment Pty Limited ) to give subscribers in Hungary streaming access to blockbuster movies of Miramax, the independent studio with perhaps the most critically lauded list of movies in modern-day Hollywood, such as the Oscar-winning epic drama There Will Be Blood, The English Patient and The Hours, the edgy and engrossing Sin City, and Quentin Tarantino’s cult classics Kill Bill 1 & 2 and Jackie Brown.

The Fuso application was already launched some time ago is available on several prime brand Smart TVs and connected devices as a prime highlighted app, and downloadable for iOS devices. Also, the company recently launched a co-branded Android based HDMI stick  (fusoTV by WayteQ), which is available at major retail stores, and will soon be also include Xbox One and Sony PS4.

Fuso enjoys an active user base of over 100,000.

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