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Sky invests in French OTT TV provider Molotov

Monday 5 September 2016 | 08:43 CET | News
Sky has invested EUR €4 million Molotov, a French over-the-top video platform that distributes free and pay-TV channels and content to consumers. Founded in 2014, Molotov launched in July in France with a range of subscription options, starting from EUR 3.99 per month. The company was founded by Jean David Blanc (founder of the cinema website AlloCine), Pierre Lescure (founder of Canal+ and President of the Cannes Film Festival) and Jean-Marc Denoual (former senior executive at broadcaster TF1 Group). Sky said its investment is part of a larger Molotov financing round. Further details were

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Companies: Molotov / Sky
Countries: France
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