ShortsTV, which is distributed across the US and Europe, and which features professionally produced live action, animation and documentary short movies from around the world as well as its own original programming, will be available on channel 162 on the Magyar Telekom TV service.
“We are delighted to partner with Magyar Telekom and further extend our distribution in Eastern Europe,” said Jesse Bergsma, ShortsTV EMEA President. “In 2017, the Hungarian short film Mindenki (Sing) won the Oscar for Best Short Film (Live Action), which demonstrates a huge interest in, and talent for, short films in Hungary. Magyar Telekom enables its subscribers to watch TV on the go across multiple devices, which is a perfect fit for ShortsTV, as our films are easily watched either at home or on your daily commute. Magyar Telekom is also the biggest platform in Hungary, so we are proud that ShortsTV is now a part of it.”
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