New Delhi. If you are involved in any other field of Tech or Marketing, Engineering and looking for job or in mood to change job then this is the right time. Content streaming platform Disney+ Hotstar is looking for more than 250 people to offer jobs. Recently the company said it would recruit around 250 people across different levels and verticals to drive the next phase of rapid growth and transformation to compete more aggressively against rivals such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Disney+ Hotstar said the new recruits will be in a variety of sectors, including engineering, product, marketing, development, content and revenue.
“To deliver a world-class streaming service that delights Indian audiences, the platform plans to recruit multi-faceted talent from engineers to marketers and customer development personnel to personalize, pay and subscribe to video content. Disney+ Hotstar said the platform is uniquely positioned to offer entertainment options including live sports, Hotstar specials, Disney+ premium content, Bollywood releases, regional content, local TV content, among others.
We want to create engaging content for a digital audience
Sunil Ryan, President and Head, Disney+ Hotstar, said, “Our commitment to expanding our workforce reflects our belief in India’s immense growth potential as we seek to create engaging content for digital audiences.” Eager to create opportunities for talent to thrive in an environment with core values of diversity and inclusion, he said the company continues to transform the digital entertainment experience by designing business models that accept complex technical, user and business challenges. tries to.
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over 400 million downloads
The company is rapidly expanding its streaming service in the Asia Pacific region. After launching in India last year, Disney+ Hotstar was made available in Indonesia, followed by Malaysia with a massive amount of content on the platform. In its earlier avatar, the Hotstar mobile app has garnered over 400 million downloads.
Speed up due to lockdown and restrictions in theater
Streaming services have several tailwinds that have fueled their growth in India over the years. Factors such as affordable data, the ubiquitous availability of mobile phones and engaging content have driven the adoption of these services, especially among millennials. The adoption of these over-the-top (OTT) platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney+ Hotstar has seen another spurt during the pandemic-induced lockdown amid restrictions in movie theaters.