Maya films In Demand for VOD

Company strikes pact to deliver pics

Maya Entertainment is boarding the video-on-demand wagon by striking a pact with In Demand Networks to deliver its growing catalog of Latino pics to U.S. households.

Deal comes in the wake of a survey from the Diffusion Group that forecasts revenues of $2.1 billion from on-demand delivery of Internet content to U.S. TVs by 2014. This year revenues were $621 million.

“Maya Entertainment films are a pivotal addition to our extensive selection of VOD offerings,” said David Asch, In Demand Networks’ executive VP.

In Demand is owned by Comcast, Cox Communications and Time Warner Entertainment.

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