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SPI/FilmBox Expands Partnership with Serbia’s Telekom Srbija


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SPI International/FilmBox has broadened its partnership with Telekom Srbija Group in Serbia to bring Timeless Drama Channel and six other channels and digital services to the internet and cable TV provider’s subscribers.

In addition to Timeless Drama Channel, the first global Turkish drama channel, the newly expanded agreement with Telekom Srbija Group will include Fast&FunBox, FashionBox, Erox, Eroxxx, FightBox and 360 TuneBox. These channels join FilmBox Premium, FilmBox Plus, FilmBox Extra, FilmBox Arthouse, Gametoon and DocuBox, which will continue to be offered on Telekom Srbija via a three-year extension deal.

Murat Muratoğlu, head of distribution at SPI International, said: “Our first agreement with Telekom Srbija Group was a success from the very beginning. I’m pleased to announce that we have renewed and greatly expanded this partnership. This August, we are proudly launching our much-loved Timeless Drama Channel and six new SPI/FilmBox channels on Telekom Srbija Group. mts TV, Supernova and m:SAT TV subscribers in Serbia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina will now be able to enjoy, in total, 13 of our most popular global channels.”

Marijana Vukašinović, head of the multimedia content department at Telekom Srbija, said: “Almost every day we are increasing the multimedia content offer for our users, both by producing our own exclusive content and by cooperating with renowned global distributors. We believe that the offer of our partner SPI International will attract many mts TV users since it is high-quality TV content.”








About Chelsea Regan

Chelsea Regan is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at cregan@worldscreen.com.

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