Rome – Rakuten TV Today announced that it is expanding AVOD’s existing offering with an introduction More than 90 free line channels In 42 European markets, thus combining the best programming and entertainment from the main international channels, renewable local content as well as the new thematic channels which are proprietary. The display will greatly improve the user experience, providing more entertainment at all times for free.
The launch will be progressive, with the goal of increasing the supply further Over the next few months. The launch marks another step in the company’s growth and further reinforces Rakuten TV’s goal to offer a broad offering of content that can meet all needs.
The lineup will change depending on the region, with a wide range of classes included Movies, entertainment, lifestyle, music, sports, news and TV shows e Content for children. The show will exchange top international brands such as Bloomberg TV, Bloomberg Quicktake, CNNi (available in the UK, Germany, and Poland), Euronews – the first direct channel integrated into Rakuten TV’s AVOD offerings – Qwest TV, Reuters, and content provided by XUMO, which includes 8 Stingray channels, The Hollywood Reporter, and other world-famous brands from Condé Nast such as Glamor, GQ, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Wired.
Audiences will find a carefully curated selection of local content at A wide range of categories, Through partnerships with leading European media groups to present new channels such as Bizzarro Movies and Secret Cinema in Italy, ¡Hola! Play and Planeta Junior – the European leader in entertainment content for children and families – in Spain, as well as established local channels such as FilmRise, TalkRadio and LEGO Channel in the UK, Netzkino, Waidwerk Free, Tierwelt Live and Deluxe Lounge HD in Germany.