DNA is extending its agreement with Bonnier’s MTV. The pay-TV platform plans to give its subscribers access to content in the C More streaming service.
The boss of Sweden’s TV4 Group says pay-TV platform C More is moving in the right direction, but isn’t going fast enough.
The Nordic region comprising Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden leads the SVOD market in Europe.
Bo Thörnwall is the new director of programmes at C More, with responsibility for films and series.
Bonnier is back in full control of the Nordic pay-TV provider C More. It’s acquired the 35% in the company owned by Telenor.
Sky has updated its iPhone app to allow the device to be used as a remote control when both are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Studio Universal is celebrating one year on air with DStv in Africa with the launch of a high definition version. Sister net Universal Channel is also launching in the format.
C More is to make available all of its channels and content across TVs, computer, tablet and mobile when the brand replaces Canal+ in the Nordic region on September 4.
Sweden’s TV4 Group posted in best-ever earnings for 2010, buoyed by increased online revenues and a buoyant advertising market. Operating profits of SEK 807 million represented a 26% increase on 2009.
C More Entertainment has named Charlotte Repholtz as its new country manager in Denmark, where she will have responsibility for Canal+ and Canal9.