Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 27, 2014
Every day, Eurochannel reaches more households throughout the world. After its recent launch in numerous countries, including Estonia, Iceland and Albania, Eurochannel will continue its rapid expansion with the launch of African channels. Eurochannel also is increasing its coverage in many countries, including France, Poland, Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
“These last months have been a time of great achievements for Eurochannel, with many new additions in Europe. We are very proud to be now available in Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Iceland, Estonia and Albania. We are excited to be soon available in more European countries. With these new countries, we are sharing throughout Europe the beauty and power of European cinema. We also strengthened our position in many countries thanks to agreements with new operators. Beside Europe, Africa is now becoming an important market for Eurochannel, and we are proud to promote European production there,” says Gustavo Vainstein, CEO of Eurochannel.
Launch in New markets
Eurochannel was launched in Iceland in November 2013 on the country's leading operator: 365.
Eurochannel will soon be part of the line-up of the Estonian operator STV, reaching a new audience in Eastern Europe.
In December 2013, Eurochannel launched on the leading IPTV operator in Albania: Tring.
Starting February 2014, Eurochannel will be available on the operator Montage TV in Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Eurochannel also signed an agreement with the operator UndatedTV to increase its coverage in Nigeria.
Expansion in Eurochannel’s Existing Markets
Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina
In 2013, Eurochannel continued its expansion in the Balkans with the addition of the channel to the line-up of PTT Serbja in Serbia and MTel in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
In December 2013, Eurochannel was launched on the leading cable operator in France, Numericable, in the Premium Cinema package. Eurochannel was also launched on the leading regional operator in New Caledonia, N’Cal.
In 2013, Eurochannel launched a version in Poland, signing agreements with six new local operators: Netia, Mavip, Stowarzyszenie KSTS, BOY, Isko and Aura & Pulawska. In 2014, Eurochannel will launch on two leading operators in major cities: Tele Piast in Gdansk and Domel
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In each country, Eurochannel’s award winning programming is available in its original audio version, to enjoy the beauty of European languages with subtitles. With its 100% European programming, Eurochannel offers an exciting alternative to traditional pay TV.
Created in 1994, Eurochannel is now available in 42 countries around the world. In its different versions, linear, VOD and SVOD, are now available in more than 100 million households around the world.
Eurochannel is devoted to showing the best in European entertainments – its lineup brings exciting, 100% European content to over 100 million homes in 42 countries in continents like Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. For more information, please visit http://www.eurochannel.com, Facebook and Twitter.
Representatives in Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Romania.