Poland’s Telewizja Polsat has added three Viasat-branded channels to its offer.
Polsat and TVN are making a pitch for Poland’s lucrative thematic channel market, which is worth some PLN800 million (€192.1 million) a year.
PIKE 2012 – Jachranka. Zygmunt Solorz-Zak, the founder and owner of the Polish national commercial broadcaster Polsat, has ruled out the company taking part in a DTT tender later this year.
The Polish cable operator Vectra is to add nine channels from Polsat to its offer at the beginning of October.
The leading Polish commercial broadcaster may add another thematic channel to its growing portfolio by the end of this year.
PIKE 2011 – POZNAN. Polsat plans to compete on a local level in Poland with the likes of Google once Zygmunt Solorz-Zak acquires Polkomtel, the operator of the Plus mobile network.
The leading Polish commercial broadcaster Polsat is likely to work closely with the mobile company Polkomtel once the latter’s acquisition by the entrepreneur Zygmunt Solorz-Zak is confirmed by the competition authority UOKiK.