The move will enable Mts subscribers to watch Serbian premieres of factual and docu-scripted entertainment including Battle of the 80s Supercars, Epic Guide to Military Vehicles, and Forged in Fire.
Crime+Investigation content highlights include 60 Days In: Narcoland, Homicide: Hours to Kill and Surviving R. Kelly
History will be part of mts’ Start package, while Crime+Investigation will be part of the Plus tier.
Marijana Vukašinović, Head of Multimedia Department, Telekom Srbija said:
“We are pleased to extend the long term partnerships between A+E Networks and Telekom Srbija by introducing two more channels, History and Crime+Investigation, in mts TV’s portfolio. We are confident that these two channels will significantly improve the quality of mts TV offer and strengthen our position on the multimedia market.”
Izabella Wiley, General Manager, Poland and CEE – A+E Networks UK, said: “We are pleased to expand our partnership with Telekom Srbija with launch of our key channel brands History and Crime+Investigation. With our programming mix from around the world, mts subscribers will enjoy the best-in-class factual and entertaining shows in the coming months, including a country premiere on genius inventor and scientist, Nikola Tesla.”
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