Broadcast group Central European Media Enterprises (CME) has launched a bouquet of six pay TV channels in Slovenia.
The six channels form the Pop Non Stop package that is being carried by operators Telemach and T2. The Pop Kino and Pop Kino 2 channels between them offer 150 blockbuster films a month. Pop Fani offers over 20 comedy series and films each day, while Pop Brio airs female-skewing classic films and reality shows. Pop Oto is Slovenia’s first locally-translated cartoon channel and Pop Spot airs music videos.
Pop Non Stop is free for two months, after which subscribers will be charged €11.99 per month.
“Built on a richness of content and variety, Pop Non Stop will provide entertainment for the whole family,” said Anthony Chhoy, CME’s executive vice-president, strategic planning and operations.
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