Finland’s DNA has launched a TV everywhere service on its cable network Welho.
The DNA Welho Viihde service enables the use of entertainment services no matter the time, place or terminal device, the company said.
The service includes the Videovuokraamo video-on-demand service, MatkaTV mobile television service, an HD DVB set-top box and a TV card.
DNA Welho Viihde will be offered nationwide. The TV channels are delivered to the user via DNA’s cable and terrestrial television networks, and the Viihde service can be supplemented by an ultra-fast DNA Welho fixed broadband connection, up to 350 Mbps.
The service will include the MTV Total pay TV service from commercial broadcaster MTV.
DNA’s video-on-demand catch-up service Videovuokraamo has also been opened as part of the DNA Welho Viihde package.
“We wish to offer our customers the latest entertainment services in terms of both connections and content. Content is no longer tied to time, place or terminal device, and this new service package represents a significant step for us on that path,” says DNA’s Director of Television Business Mikko Saarentaus.
The service has been enabled by technology from SeaChange.
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