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Sky Germany extends carriage deal with Turner

Wednesday 5 September 2018 | 10:55 CET | News
Pay-TV provider Sky Germany announced that it's renewed its licensing deal with Turner. The multi-year agreement includes rights to linear distribution of Turner's five channels TNT Series, TNT Film, TNT Comedy, Boomerang and Cartoon Network in the German-speaking area. In addition, the agreement includes extensive on-demand rights for TNT Film, TNT Series and TNT Comedy, including over Sky Q and Sky Ticket, and on-demand rights for Cartoon Network and Boomerang on the Sky Kids app. No financial details of the new agreement were disclosed. 

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Sky / Sky Deutschland
Countries: Germany
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