It’s official that Paramount Global will launch its subscription video-on-demand offering just before the Christmas holidays.
A new SVOD service for the French to discover from December 1st. Paramount has announced the launch of its new Paramount+ paid streaming offering for €7.99/month or €79.90 per year.
A platform accessible not only on the Internet and mobile, but also on connected television (Samsung TV) and TV services from Apple, Amazon, Google and Roku. As previously announced, a partnership has also been signed with Canal+, so recent subscribers to the Canal+ Cine Series service will be included in the offer at no extra cost, while “others will benefit from very advantageous access conditions,” explains Christophe Pinard-Legree. Marketing-Commercial-Customer Managing Director of Canal+ France. The offer will also be available on Orange, Free, Boygues and SFR soon.
The platform launches in North America, Latin America, Scandinavia and Australia in 2021. The UK, Ireland, South Korea and Italy followed in 2022, with launches planned for Germany, Switzerland and Austria later this year. “We reached 43 million subscribers in eighteen months,” says the platform.
As for the catalog, Paramount+ can count on the rights to new series such as “The Godfather”, or Indiana Jones, as well as Tulzak King or 1923. It will also offer nearly 200 French films. , for the younger ones, cartoons like “SpongeBob SquarePants”, “Paw Patrol” or “South Park”.
This article was taken from the Universe Freebox website
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