Altice said that the deal “guarantees stability in the development of the relationship between both companies, and that it marks “opens space for collaboration and innovation in a shared effort of commitment with the country”.
Alexandre Fonseca, CEO of Altice Portugal, said: “the renewal of this agreement is another milestone in the relationship between both companies. RTP is one of the historical partners of Altice Portugal, and this agreement once again consolidates the quality on offer of the best television content to our customers, as well as, through communication, technology and content, connecting it to the country and the world.
“I also underline the importance and the quality of the professionals of this public television, which in many cases are true symbols of national culture and journalism. “
Gonçalo Reis, President of RTP, added: “The continuation of the distribution agreement in a medium-term perspective allows the two companies to work on large-scale projects. We want both to develop additional forms of RTP content distribution on Meo platforms, enabling innovative user experiences, channels or themes.”
RTP broadcasts a wide range of Portuguese-language stations on Altice’s Meo service, including seven television channels (RTP 1, RTP 2, RTP 3, RTP Memory, RTP Azores, RTP Madeira and RTP Africa).
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