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Sundance Channel Expands to Turkey and Poland

Photo of Jay A. Fernandez By Jay A. Fernandez | Indiewire November 26, 2012 at 4:01PM

As of Monday, the Sundance Channel now has reach in both Turkey and Poland. The expansion is part of a year-long push by the Sundance Channel to bring its independent-film and original content to Europe and Asia.
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As of Monday, the Sundance Channel now has reach in both Turkey and Poland, according to an article by Robert Mitchell in Variety.

AMC/Sundance Channel Global cut deals with pay-TV platform Digiturk in Turkey and with DTH platform Cyfrowy Polsat and cable operator Toya in Poland. "Both new Polish operators and Digiturk offer a VOD service alongside a locally versioned 24/7 linear channel," Mitchell writes.

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The expansion is part of a year-long push by the Sundance Channel to bring its independent-film and original content to Europe and Asia.

Read the full article at Variety.

This article is related to: SundanceTV, VOD, Television





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