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Shotformats launches Tiny TV for music lovers

India Blooms News Service | | 15 May 2014, 03:53 pm
New Delhi, May 15 (IBNS): Shotformats, a digital media company that develops innovative digital platforms to service and reach audiences, recently launched 'Tiny TV', a data product which offers music video streaming and downloads.
Tiny TV is amplified with the huge library of 10000 videos across 13 languages and covering genres like Bollywood/pop/devotional and regional. 
 
Tiny TV will support most of the media players, irrespective of consumer handsets.
 
The layout is designed in a style that provides an optimal viewing experience, easy reading and navigation with minimal resizing, panning and scrolling, across a wide range of devices. 
 
A user can enjoy music of all genres, as per their interests and can share the same on social media platforms too. 
 
There is a subscription to this video streaming service. With one time purchase model available for listed price points, user can also subscribe to pre-set packs for streaming videos on Tiny TV and downloading the same on their mobile phones.
 
Niyati Shah, MD & CEO of Shotformats exclaims, "Shotformats has always been trendsetters in launching rich media products with high quality content for our consumers. Tiny TV is our initiative for the music video lovers, it offers 10000 music videos across 7 languages with Bollywood dominating the mix."
 
Shah said, "Its a unique service which offers both downloads and streaming, Shotformats has developed in-house compressing technology, which allows us to compress videos keeping the quality intact and allowing the users quick downloads."
 
Hari Nair, Director Digital, Sony Music India said, "This is a great digital product that allow users to download and stream the videos of their favorite songs. With this generation being on the move, we believe this is  a great initiative."
 
Aditya Gupta, Business Head, Aditya Music added, "It is a brilliant platform provided for the Indian music industry, especially having a full length music video in 2G and 3G format. This enables music aficionados to enjoy the audio and video on the go, in a seamless manner, hassle-free and in various languages."