Polish satellite pay TV operator ‘n’ has launched an OTT service. The service – nVOD NET – will give ‘n’ subscribers access to thousands of additional TV series and movies; it launched on November 28.
The platform will include Hollywood films, series and documentaries as well as video-on-demand libraries from Polish broadcaster TVN and US premium broadcaster HBO. It will initially be available to around 50% of the company’s subscribers by connecting their decoder to the internet via cable or WiFi and will be free until the end of February 2012.
Christian Anting, vice-president and chief operating officer of ‘n’, said: “Today’s news continues our strategy of providing our customers with the best premium content and latest technology innovations. With the launch of nVOD NET, ‘n’ will give subscribers the ultimate in-home movie viewing experience, taking video functionality to a whole new level. We are able to offer access to the best content from leading television producers like TVN and HBO, as well as local and thematic programme offerings via broadband connection.”
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