The Polish public broadcaster has re-launched its on demand service TVP VOD.
In a statement, it says the new, revamped and more user friendly version is a response to the requirements of the market.
Its features include full responsiveness, friendly and intuitive navigation, and new, logical and legible distribution of content.
Significantly, TVP says that besides being more accessible to its subscribers, TVP VOD now also better meets the needs of advertisers.
TV adds that the vod.tvp.pl digital library currently consists of over 43,500 video clips in 1,121 services divided on thematic lines. It includes over 100 different series, with the number continuing to grow.
Separately, TVP has signed a framework agreement on cooperation with the conglomerate Hubei Media Group. TVP and the Chinese broadcaster intend to work together in such areas as content exchange, film production and participation in festivals, fairs and TV contests.
Hubei Media Group’s Hubei TV is based in the city of Wuhan, which has a population of over 11 million. It reaches over 900 million viewers throughout China, as well as viewers living elsewhere in eastern and southern Asia.
As reported by Broadband TV News, TVP earlier this month also signed an agreement with Sichuan-based Chengdu Radio and Television, one of the leading broadcasters in China.