The lauch means that a range of Turkish drama shows will be available to Digit-Alb subscribers.
SPI International announced the launch of Timeless Drama Channel last week, with a rollout on platforms including those of RTL Albania, A1 Croatia and A1 Macedonia.
SPI has said it is also in discussion with operators in the Middle East and North Africa and Asia Pacific – which are also strong markets for Turkish drama. Currently, the service is available in 10 languages.
The service was created in partnership with leading Turkish producer Ay Yapim and will offer 800 hours of content, including Karadayi, Black Money Love, 20 Minutes, Kurt Seyit & Shura, Moms & Mothers, Red Scarf, Five Brothers and The End.
“I am proud to announce the launch of one of our most popular channels, Timeless Drama Channel, in Albania; this agreement is a new milestone for SPI/FilmBox and our partner Digit-Alb. We are confident that Timeless Drama Channel will be immensely popular amongst Digit-Alb subscribers,” said Murat Muratoğlu, head of distribution for the Middle East, Ex-Yugoslavia, Baltic States, Bulgaria, Greece, India, Turkey, CIS Countries, APAC at SPI International.
“It is a great pleasure to announce our new agreement with SPI/FilmBox. We are sure that Timeless Drama Channel will quickly gain maximum popularity and our audience will enjoy the excellent production and broadcasting quality of its programs,” said Vjollca Hoxha, co-CEO of Digit-Alb
“We are thrilled to welcome SPI’s Timeless Drama Channel into our fantastic TV Bouquet. By adding Timeless Drama Channel’s unmatched quality programs to our roster, we are re-affirming Digit-Alb’s reputation as the screen of the best regional channels,” said Arben Taipi, Digit-Alb’s other co-CEO.
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