DNA renews C More agreement
March 14, 2018 11.16 Europe/London By Julian Clover
DNA is extending its agreement with Bonnier’s MTV. The pay-TV platform plans to give its subscribers access to content in the C More streaming service.
The precise content will be determined by the package subscribed to and will be available via the DNA Hub, a computer, or mobile using the DNA app.
“We are glad that DNA’s customers can now enjoy the entire content offering provided by C More. DNA is the largest cable operator and pay TV provider in Finland, so DNA’s customers form a significant group of new C More viewers,” says Johannes Leppänen, who heads MTV’s consumer business.
The offer includes thousands of hours of programmes every and an increasing amount of C More original productions that have their TV premieres in the C More streaming service. The major Finnish production this spring is the comedy series Sunnuntailounas (pictured), which will be available from 29 March.
“The renewal provides DNA’s customers with the opportunity to enjoy the original C More series that premiere in the service. At the moment, the service provides the first seasons of the series Aallonmurtaja, which received a Venla award, and Onnela, the Finnish version of Solsidan. In addition, top sports moments such as live sports and recordings of live events are available in the C More streaming service. Front row seats will be available on C More when the F1 season starts on 25 March in Australia,” says Leppänen.
All content in the programme library will be available to the C More channel package subscribers without any additional charges.