Cyfrowy Polsat is now letting its satellite TV subscribers access paid-for content from its online OTT service Ipla, after output improvements to its set-top boxes.
Previously Cyfrowy Polsat customers were only able to access free content from the operator’s online offering, but will now also be able to pay for access to IP-delivered movies from major Hollywood studios including Warner Bros and Universal.
This will allow customers to access films like The Great Gatsby, The Hangover 3 and Pacific Rim, with the company rolling out a promotion to offer selected titles for just PLN1 (€0.24) each.
The new Ipla decoders will also let Cyfrowy Polsat subscribers tune into catch-up TV services and access content from channels such as Polsat , Polsat Play , Polsat Cafe, Polsat Sport , AXN , Disney Channel , Fox , MTV Poland , National Geographic, and History.
Cyfrowy Polsat said that the new version of the Ipla application went live on all of Cyfrowy Polsat’s set-tops with access to the internet – the HD 5000, HD 2000 Mini HD 3000, HD 6000 and HD PVR 7000.
Starz channels launch on YouTube TV in the US https://t.co/tau2uU4wvz
20 June 2018 @ 16:33:55 UTC
Sony Pictures Television Networks (SPTN) is expanding into OTT in Western Europe https://t.co/1efirQxoZT
20 June 2018 @ 16:32:59 UTC
The UK government has accepted deal terms between 21st Century Fox and Sky https://t.co/jPJ5NRzb2K
20 June 2018 @ 16:32:39 UTC
Viacom secures mobile distribution deal for Paramount+ with Telenor. https://t.co/jiKCXOBSuq
19 June 2018 @ 13:31:53 UTC