French streaming platform Salto has announced when it will cease operations.
Shareholders France Télévisions, M6 and TF1 confirmed Wednesday that they were placing Salto into liquidation.
The platform says it will end service on March 27, 2023. Up until then the approximate 800,000 subscribers will be able to continue to access films and series from its catalogue and view the live channels and replay content.
Announcing its closure, the shareholders took a swipe at how few local operators had offered the “Made in France” streamer to their subscribers. Only Amazon Prime Video and TF1’s sister company Bouygues Télécom offered Salto.
Arrangements for subscriber refunds have been published on the Salto website.