Internet TV service FilmOn.com has signed a content sharing deal with news channel France 24, whereby FilmOn.com will deliver programming from the international news channel.
FilmOn.com users will be able to view France 24’s rolling package of news and current affairs on PCs and smartphones via FilmOn.com, which already has deals with news services BBC News, Associated Press, Russia Today and Al Jazeera.
“We are delighted to welcome France 24 to the growing stable of national broadcasters who are choosing to make their content available via FilmOn.com,” said FilmOn.com CEO Alki David. “This deal follows similar agreements with TVE of Spain and Deutsche Welle of Germany and it leaves us poised in a strong position to achieve our goal of conquering multiple territories around the globe.”
FilmOn.com delivers about 500 branded live channels and 45,000 video-on-demand assets across a wide range of genre.
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