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Spain: Sky plans NOW TV September launch

May 25, 2017

From David Del Valle in Madrid

Sky is reportedly finalising plans to launch its NOW TV on demand service in Spain in September as a test bed for its expansion into other European countries. The service is currently available in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria and Italy.

Sky plans to offer the pay-TV service with TV series and films, among other content for a monthly fee of €10 in direct competition with Spanish OTT platforms including Movistar Plus, Vodafone and Orange.

Sky will be joined in the venture by 21st Century Fox, who operates several channels in Spain with a wide variety of content, including blockbuster TV series The Walking Dead. Recently, Fox launched its VoD app FoxPlay in Spain, with content available on Vodafone and Telecable.

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