Customers of EE’s new TV offering, launched in November, will now be able to access TV channels including India’s Sun TV, Brazil’s TV Globo and TV Mosaico, Vietnam’s VTC-10, Korea’s KBS World and Arirang, Barbados’ Caribvisioni, Jamaica’s Hype!TV and Reggae TV and other international channels including RT and France24.
“The partnership between EE and Cloudio TV is a showcase of how TV distribution is changing, driven by innovation, efficiency and sustainable growth in the market,” said Marc Van Steyvoort, VP business strategy at Cloudio TV.
“We believe that the Quad-Play distribution power of EE linked to the diaspora and special interest linear TV channel power by Cloudio TV, including its unique multi-lingual support and sales centres, result in a UK TV distribution platform with high competence to deliver the best channels to each end-user, anywhere and anytime. We’re thrilled to work with UK largest network on yet another exciting project for international TV distribution in the multi-cultural society we live in.”
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