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Do your Skype calls need a little kung fu? Then you’re in luck, as indie movie site Jaman is entering into a new deal that will let Skype users insert film clips into their conversations to share with friends. It’s no big surprise that Jaman landed […]

Do your Skype calls need a little kung fu? Then you’re in luck, as indie movie site Jaman is entering into a new deal that will let Skype users insert film clips into their conversations to share with friends. It’s no big surprise that Jaman landed this sweet little bit of promotion — Faisal Galaria, Jaman’s general manager and vice president of corporate development, was previously director of Europe at Skype.

The new service will be available on Skype over the coming months. Jaman will offer bits from its library of independent films from all over the globe, including Bollywood films, action films, cult classics and documentaries. The company also just unveiled two new content partnerships: One with Magnolia, for films such as The Host and The Smartest Guys in the Room; the other with First Look Studio, for films including The Contract and Mayor of Sunset Strip.

  1. [...] According to NewTeeVee, Skype today signed a new deal with San Francisco-based Jaman that “will let Skype users insert film clips into their conversations to share with friends. The new service will be available on Skype over the coming months.” [...]

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  2. [...] independent film distribution on the Web is concerned. But news reported today by Chris Albrecht of NewTeeVee, that Skype and Jaman have entered a deal to allow users of the first service to share clips [...]

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  3. [...] quanto riportato da NewTeVee è imminente un accordo tra Skype e Jaman, società californiana che offre una piattaforma online [...]

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  4. [...] According to NewTeeVee, Skype today signed a new deal with San Francisco-based Jaman that “will let Skype users insert film clips into their conversations to share with friends. The new service will be available on Skype over the coming months.” [...]

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  5. [...] According to NewTeeVee, Skype today signed a new deal with San Francisco-based Jaman that “will let Skype users insert film clips into their conversations to share with friends. The new service will be available on Skype over the coming months.” [...]

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