Poland’s Kino Polska TV would like to partner with Netflix in the production of new movie content, according to its CEO Boguslaw Kisielewski.
The on demand service Play Now has added 50 film titles from SPI International, distributed in Poland by Kino Polska TV, to its offer.
SPI International-backed Kino Polska TV has acquired an additional 9.08% stake in Stopklataka, the operator of the film and series-based channel Stopklatka TV, for PLN7.1 million (€1.64 million).
Malgorzata Golinska has joined Poland’s Kino Polska TV and assumed the role of the board’s proxy for terrestrial channels.
SPI International’s Kino Polska TV Capital Group had revenues of nearly PLN114 million (€26.7 million) in 2016, or 6% more than a year earlier.
SPI’s Kino Polska TV has posted first half revenues of PLN56.6 million (€13.4 million), an 18% increase on the same period in 2014.
Kino Polska TV plans to take part in a tender for four channels to be distributed by Poland’s eighth multiplex.
The Polish thematic channel operator Kino Polska TV plans to launch a new VOD service this year.
The Polish National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) has announced a change to the channel line-up on the country’s first DTT multiplex.
The Polish movie channel Kino Polska TV has acquired a majority stake in Stopklatka, the oldest and one of the most popular film portals in the country, for an undisclosed fee.