Headweb, the leading service for streaming movies in Norway, expands its number of titles to 3.000 and becomes Norway's largest video on demand video service. Norwegian users have now access to the largest catalogue of movies directly from any web browser.
- Streaming is increasing at record pace and we see a rapid growth in customers. We clearly see how viewing habits change as users get access to thousands of movies, says Peter Alvarsson, CEO and founder of Headweb.
Headweb movies are also accessible via mobile broadband through a new dynamic streaming technology which enables users to watch movies with high quality anywhere. The technology adapts the quality after network capacity and available bandwidth and gives users access to all films at their country place, on the road or at their favourite cafés.
- Our goal now is to increase the catalog to 10.000 films and making the service available to even more connected devices with a screen. We believe a simple service combined with high availability and quality will turn movie lovers to legal streaming services instead of illegal streaming, says Peter Alvarsson.
Headweb offers both blockbusters and classic movies from more than 50 content partners including Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., SF, Sandrew Metronome, Nordisk Film, Nonstop Entertainment, Noble Entertainment, Scanbox and Pan Vision.
For more information, press kits and test codes to Headweb
Andreas Vural, Marketing and PR Director
+46 73 - 545 16 16, email@example.com
Media Bank can be found at: http://www.headweb.com/press
Headweb is an innovative movie service that offers its users on-demand streaming of movies legally. The service is user friendly and offers high quality picture and sound with a rapidly growing selection of movies. Headweb works in any web browser on PC, Mac, Linux and Playstation 3. Headweb offers premium content from leading content companies including Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., SF, Sandrew Metronome, Nordisk Film, Nonstop Entertainment, Noble Entertainment, Scanbox and Pan Vision.