The streaming platform Salto, operated by France Télévisions, TF1 and M6, will launch on October 1.
Salto, the streaming platform operated by France Télévisions , TF1 and M6, has begun initial tests to a panel of around 300 consumers.
The commercial launch of the French streaming platform Salto has been put back from September until later this autumn.
The company behind the Freebox wants to put a stop to the French streaming platform Salto, before it’s even been launched.
Combined French video-on-demand platform Salto will go live on June 3.
TF1 CEO Gilles Pélisson has been named as chairman of the supervisory board of French on demand service Salto.
The French Competition Authority (l’Autorité de la Concurrence) has given the go-ahead for the Salto joint-venture SVOD service.
TF1, France Télévisions and M6 groups have submitted their planned joint-venture streaming SVOD platform Salto to the Competition Authority.
Delphine Ernotte, president of France Télévisions, reaffirmed her determination to launch the common SVOD platform with M6 and TF1, Salto.
RTL Group does not intend to accept ProSiebenSat.1’s invitation to participate in the latter’s joint German streaming venture with Discovery for the time being.