iQiyi teams with Thema to launch service on Netgem TV in UK, Ireland

Monday 11 October 2021 | 14:33 CET | News
Canal+ Group company Thema and Chinese online entertainment platform iQiyi have announced a commercial launch of the premium on-demand video streaming service in the UK and Ireland on Netgem TV.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Canal+ / iQiyi / Netgem
Countries: Ireland / United Kingdom
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