As a result, its viewers will now be able to watch 11 Viasat TV channels (TV1000, TV1000 Russkoe Kino, TV1000 Action, Viasat Explore, Viasat Nature, Viasat History, ViP Premiere, ViP Megahit, ViP Serial, ViP Comedy, Viasat Sport HD) and the online cinema service ViP Play.
Commenting on the development, Alexey Krol general director of Viasat group of companies, said: “We are expanding the circle of our partners and are confident that this cooperation will be fruitful and mutually beneficial for both parties. Now a subscription to Viasat TV channels and the ViP Play online cinema will be available for viewers of the Premier video service. We are glad that the user’s path to new content from Viasat on Premier is becoming more accessible”.
Sofia Mitrofanova, CEO of Premier, added: “We continue to expand our content offering in response to the needs of our audience and our subscribers. The partnership with Viasat is a logical step in the implementation of this strategy. The existing library of exclusive Premier content, which includes recent serial hits, multi-genre television content, the best projects of entertainment and sports TV channels of the Gazprom-Media holding, will now be replenished with classics of cinema, as well as Hollywood films and series”.