Mumbai: ZEE5, the newly launched digital entertainment destination from Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. (ZEEL),today announced its availability on Amazon Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote. ZEE5 users can now stream the range of ZEE5 Originals, Indian and international movies and TV shows, music, Live TV, cineplays, kids content and health and lifestyle content available on ZEE5 directly on their TV screens using the Amazon Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote.
ZEE5 was launched in February 2018 with 1,00,000 hours of content across 12 languages. Straddling both On Demand and Live TV, and with multi genre content across English, Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Bhojpuri, Gujarati and Punjabi, it is poised to be India’s most comprehensive digital destination for language content. ZEE5 launched with a slew of originals across languages and boasts some of the best talent on its platform including Sunny Leone, Naseeruddin Shah, Raima Sen, Badshah, SwaraBhaskar, Raftaar, Naveen Kasturia and Kaushik Sen amongst others.
With the integration, Amazon Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote users can use the Voice Search feature to search ZEE5’s app, through which they can access the entire content catalogue for what they want to watch. They also get to choose their preferred display language from among 11 languages to navigate the app in the language of their comfort.
Some of the other unique features available for ZEE5 users on the Amazon Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote include a TV guide for LiveTV Channels and a ‘Set Reminder’option so their favourite shows don’t get missed.
Speaking on the collaboration, Archana Anand, EVP & Head of Digital- ZEE5 India Business, said, “ZEE5 goes the entire 360 degrees in terms of offering content across genresin 12 languages, and fills a clear need-gap in the Indian market for strong language content. We’re happy to collaborate with Amazon Fire TV Stick with VoiceRemote to enable their users to watch our entire offering of over 1,00,000 hours of contenton their TV screens.”