Poland’s leading cable operator UPC Polska has added three channels from SPI International-backed Kino Polska to its line-up.
SPI subsidiary Kino Polska TV has acquired 41% of shares in Stopklatka from Agora.
Poland’s Kino Polska will become the sole owner of the thematic channel Zoom TV on January 23.
Kino Polska’s sales revenues from continuing operations grew by 8% in the year to September 30, boosted by FilmBox and other thematic channels.
Poland’s Kino Polska is set to rebrand two channels from the Filmbox portfolio on September 12.
SPI’s Kino Polska TV S.A. Capital Group has posted a net profit of PLN16.1 million (€3.8 million) for 2015, or almost 24% more than the previous year.
SPI International’s Kino Polska will take a 49% stake in Cable Television Networks & Partners (CTNP) for PLN10 million (€2.37 million) if the decision by the Polish National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT) to award the latter a licence to operate a channel on the eighth DTT multiplex (MUX-8) is final.
The Polish media group Kino Polska TV has acquired an 80% stake in the teleshopping company TV Okazje.
Kino Polska S.A. has completed a deal to acquire Filmbox International Ltd, a UK-based company in the SPI International Group that is the official owner of pay-TV channels from the Filmbox brand.
Agora and Kino Polska TV are planning a new movie channel that will apply for a licence on Poland’s first DTT multiplex.