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Broadcast & Satellite

Stopklatka TV film channel to start on Polish DVB-T in March

Thursday 20 February 2014 | 10:33 CET | News
Film TV channel Stopklatka TV is preparing to launch on DVB-T in Poland on 15 March, reports Media2.pl. The channel extends its film offering based on the licence from Colgems Productions to broadcast titles on free terrestrial TV, as well as via cable, satellite and IPTV. The total amount the company will pay for the films is USD 352,000. The channel will be available within the first DVB-T multiplex. Boguslaw Kisielewski, CEO of Stopklatka, said in an interview with Presserwis that the channel will be available on cable networks including UPC Poland, Vectra, Multimedia, Toya, as well as the satellite platforms Cyfrowy Polsat and nc+.

Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Cyfrowy Polsat / NC+ / UPC Poland / Vectra
Countries: Poland
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