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DocuBay goes live on US-based streaming service Struum

Its SVOD content will be showcased on the aggregation platform

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Mumbai: DocuBay, the global documentary platform by IN10 Media has partnered with the US-based streaming service Struum to offer the OTT’s SVOD content to the US market.

Under this partnership, the aggregation platform created by senior-level Disney and Discovery executives will allow consumers to discover and consume content from DocuBay’s library via a credit-based exchange system with a single subscription.

DocuBay’s premium (SVOD) factual entertainment content across multiple genres like biographies, sports, nature, science, technology, and more will be made available. Some of the flagship documentaries are "Himalayan Gold Rush", "The Creepy Line" and "WHO is in control".

The partnership will enhance DocuBay’s growth plans to increase the availability to more audiences - around the world, expanding its global presence and growing its user base, it said in a media statement.

DocuBay, vice president, strategy, Girish Dwibhashyam said, “The digital streaming ecosystem has been evolving for some time and content curation, aggregation is increasingly playing an important role in helping users to find what to watch. DocuBay’s content reaches out to a vast set of audience from across the globe and this partnership with Struum will help viewers in the US sample our premium content.”

Struum CEO Lauren Devillier said, “Premium content like DocuBay is an excellent addition to Struum with its broad library of documentaries from filmmakers across the globe. With this new offering, Struum subscribers will have the opportunity to explore an incredible array of films they might have not otherwise been able to discover outside the Struum streaming service.” 

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