Raduga TV revamps service

November 15, 2013 09.01 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

Raduga-TV_picarchThe Russian DTH platform Raduga TV has added a new, 60-channel package to its offer.

Known as ‘Otlichinij’, it consists of 14 federal, eight Viasat and all DTT and Kluba100 channels and costs R876 (€19.9) a year or R1,752 for two years to receive, depending on the length of contract taken out.

According to Raduga TV, it will launch five more thematic packages next month and introduce a new system under which customers who subscribe to Otlichinij will also be able to subscribe from one to five of the new packages, at either monthly or annual rates.

Raduga TV is backed by MTG and made its debut in 2009.

It had 421,000 subscribers as of the end of last year.