Filmzie, the AVoD streaming platform, has announced its content is now available to watch in the UK on rlaxx TV, the Germany based AVoD TV provider.
As part of its ‘Watch more, search less’ vision, rlaxx TV combines the viewing experience of linear television with the flexibility of a modern streaming service. rlaxx TV is currently available in the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Through its advertisement-based business model, rlaxx TV can offer its services free of charge to viewers. Its premium niche concept provides viewers with curated special-interest channels, enabling it to offer targeted groups specific content beyond mainstream programmes.
Filmzie’s film slate boasts a growing list of titles ranging from timeless classics to new releases from both major studios and indie producers. These titles include Taika Waititi’s cult favourite What We Do in The Shadows, legendary Korean director Park Chan Wook’s Lady Vengeance and Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, and Deception, starring Oscar-winning Geoffrey Rush.
Matej Boda, CEO of Filmzie, commented: “The public is beginning to realise that paying for endless subscriptions is not the only way to find great content. rlaxx TV understand our ambitions to bring great films and popular series to audiences around the world for free. This deal further enhances our international growth with a partner that is ideally placed to support our expansion into new territories as we continue to acquire further content and grow our audience. By providing free content we’re giving people a choice that can save them money. The team at rlaxx TV recognise this and are the perfect partner to help democratise the content market.”
“We are very pleased to be able to offer our viewers premium content for true movie lovers by Filmzie in the future. For us, this cooperation is the next step towards a product offering that speaks to all passions and interests of our very diverse viewership”, added Dirk Wittenborg, president of rlaxx TV.
Besides Amazon Fire TV and Android TV, rlaxx TV is currently available on smart TVs from the following manufacturers: Panasonic, Blaupunkt, Hisense, Hitachi, JVC, Medion, Metz, Sharp, Telefunken, Toshiba, Grundig and Vestel.