A+E Networks has secured new distribution for its H2 channel in Poland and Croatia.
From this month, H2 is available in over 600,000 new homes across the two countries following deals with Polish cable operator Vectra and Croatian telco T-Hrvatski Telekom.
H2 is available on Vectra’s Platinum and Super HD packages and on Hrvatski Telekom’s MaxTV service, giving viewers the opportunity to access a wide range of shows including new seasons of Ancient Aliens, America’s Book of Secrets and The Universe, as well as upcoming series History’s Most Hated, exploring the lives of Genghis Khan, Napoleon Bonaparte and Stalin.
H2 launched internationally in 2013 as a partner channel to History and is now available in over three million homes across Poland and Croatia.
“We are delighted to launch H2 with Vectra in Poland and on Hrvatski Telekom in Croatia. H2 is a fantastic channel that has seen a tremendous increase in popularity and demand among our affiliate partners and viewers alike. This latest development demonstrates our commitment to grow our business across all CEE countries,” said Izabella Wiley, general manager Poland and central and eastern Europe at A+E Networks.
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