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Netflix has confirmed that it will launch in Spain

first_imgNetflix has confirmed that it will launch in Spain this October, marking the next stage of its international expansion efforts. Announcing the move, the subscription streaming firm said that from this autumn web users in Spain will be able to watch a “broad selection of TV series and movies in high-definition or even Ultra HD 4K on nearly any internet-connected screen.”Series that will be available on the Spanish version at launch include Marvel’s Daredevil, Sense8, Bloodline, Grace and Frankie, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Marco PoloDocumentaries lined up for the service include Virunga, and Mission Blue and docuseries Chef’s Tables. A number of stand-up comedy specials and the first Netflix Original feature films – including Beasts of No Nation, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon The Green Legend, Jadotville and The Ridiculous 6 – will also appear on Netflix Spain.“Additionally, younger viewers will find a wide selection of programming for kids. Netflix is fully localised, offering subtitles and dubbing,” said the firm.A Spanish language version of Netflix is already available in countries across Latin America.Netflix was tipped earlier this year to launch in Spain and Italy during 2015. In March the service went live in Australia and New Zealand, while the OTT giant confirmed in February that it would launch in Japan later this year.last_img read more

The integration of RTL radio helped boost French c

first_imgThe integration of RTL radio helped boost French commercial broadcaster M6 Group’s top line for 2018, despite a decline in its TV channel’s viewing share.M6 turned in revenues of €1.421 billion for the year, up 7.3%, and EBITDA of €381 million, up 2.4%.The group said that its top line had been boosted by advertising sales growth of 12.6%, principally a result of the integration of the RTL radio stations.M6’s channels achieved an audience share of 13.3% of all viewers and 21.4%b of its target audience of women responsi9ble for purchases of less than 50 years in age.M6 said its flagship channel’s daytime audience had dipped but that it had maintained a strong showing in primetime.M6 said that the TV ad market had grown modestly, with gig sporting events providing a boost for rival TF1.The group said that its 6play digital service had progressed strongly, with 25 million registered users and 1.4 billion videos viewed, up from 1.3 billion in 2017.TV overall contributed €214 million, up from €205 million, to M6’s record EBITA figure of €266 million.While radio turned in revenues of €167 million and EBITA of €28 million, revenues from production and audiovisual rights dropped by 19% to €76 million for the year.M6 recently entered into exclusive negotiations with Lagardère Group for the acquisition of the latter’s digital TV channels with the exception of classic music channel Mezzo.last_img read more

In the first three months of this year 58000 pa

first_img“In the first three months of this year, 58,000 passport applications came from the Six Counties.“Figures released show that the Passport Office has received more than 100,000 applications each month.“Since Brexit hundreds of thousands of people in the North have applied for Irish passports with the demand from Britain also up.“Thousands of people have signed an online petition calling for the location of Passport Office facilities in the North. ShareTweet “It’s time the Irish government finally took their heads out of the sand, accept the reality of this growing demand and plan for adequate provision, services and infrastructure across all of Ireland.”Record figures reiterate need for passport office in North – Burke was last modified: June 25th, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: SINN Féin Councillor Tina Burke has reiterated her party’s call for the Irish government to invest in improving passport office services across Ireland.She was speaking after figures released show that over half a million people have applied for Irish passports already this year.She said: “March was yet another record-breaking month for Irish passport applications, with one-in-three applications coming from the North and Britain. Councilor Tina BurkeIRISH PASSPORTRecord figures reiterate need for passport office in North – BurkeSinn Feinlast_img read more