This is a (small) revolution in the world of TNT. In April, RTTV, the Franco-German public channel’s on-demand platform, will acquire a channel of its own on terrestrial television, which is reported to be the first of its kind for an interactive service. The world This Friday March 26. Art already connected to the TV Internet by pressing the red button on the remote control Art has already offered access to the platform. Fewer known feature. In early April, you can go to Canal 77 and access it directly.
A change made possible a Recognition Superior Council of Audio-Visual (CSA) on an experimental basis within six months. This will make it possible to take advantage of the richness of Art’s digital catalog, offering the simplicity of experience on television, that is, about 8000 programs, referring to the network of emails sent by Business Insider to France. When Arte seeks to promote an online offer as a platform of its own, like Netflix, without free advertising and advertising.
“Arte.tv is no longer a catch-up site, but an important free editorial suggestion like the channel that we make easily available to everyone,” explains Bronto Patino Le Montek, President of Arte. “Uses are intertwined. The channel, the platform, the social channels, and the upcoming uses are all ways to involve ourselves in the service of the people.”
Soon a canal to Salto
In addition to TNT, RT TV and Janya will also be available in orange boxes, and the channel is in talks with other operators. Arctic already has an app for Apple TV, Android TV, and Fire TV, and its mobile app is compatible with the Chromecast. “In April, we will cover 65% of the houses,” says Bruno Patino.
Using the HBB TV protocol that passes over the Internet, Artic can offer its platform live on television. So its screen should be compatible and connected to the network via WiFi or cable.
Soon, the Franco-German channel will join Salto. The video-on-demand subscription service, launched by TF1, France TV and M6, has also been approved by the CSA to take advantage of a channel.
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