In mid-July this year. Canal+ has announced that over the next three seasons it will be showing two major Premier League matches played on each match day. Viaplay has full broadcast rights to the 2022-2028 Premier League. It was taken over from Canal+, which broadcast matches from the 1990s to the 2021/2022 season.
The latest information shows that Viaplay gave Channel + Broader sublicense. Thanks to the cooperation of the two companies, from August 5 to September 30, satellite customers with the Canal + package will get free access as part of the so-called open window for all matches Premier Leagueplus three of the best Bundesliga matches (selected by the sports editorial of Canal +).
Duels will be available via the website and on 4K UtraBox+ decoders. In September, as previously announced, Canal+ satellite customers will be able to subscribe to Viaplay the full offer of this service. Detailed terms of the promotion will be announced soon.
Our ambition is to be the largest content aggregator. After Netflix, HBO, BBC and Player, we also give our satellite customers a chance to use the Viaplay offer. Thus, we are building the most comprehensive offering on the market – comments Edita Sadowska, Chairman and CEO of Channel + Polska.
We want as many viewers as possible to use our show. By adding our services to Canal+, we are expanding our customer market – adds Kim Poder, Chief Commercial Officer, Viaplay Group.
In the first half of 2022, the Canal Group’s revenue was +2873 billion eurosWhich means an increase of 3.3 percent. Compared to the first half of last year, the number of subscribers and subscribers to the channel reached 23.9 million. A year ago, it was 22.4 million. In European markets, excluding France, it has acquired 352,000. Clients.
The Canal + Polska channel on the company’s website reports that it has 2.7 million subscribers. However, the operator provided the same data a year ago. Therefore, it is not known whether the information on the subscriber base on the Vistula River is still up to date.
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