RTL will merge software from its streaming services




RTL will merge the software of its various streaming services, such as Videoland in the Netherlands and TV Now Plus in Germany. The media company has informed that. At the same time, the company says it will invest more in streaming.

RTL will put more money into streaming services, because companies such as Netflix, Amazon and Google are major competitors in the streaming market, writes AG Connect on the management top of the company based on statements made by CEO Bert Habets. It is unknown whether making the umbrella platform for all countries will have an impact on users.

RTL now has a well-known streaming service in the Netherlands with Videoland, although the current competitor Netflix has more market share. RTL also offers its own programs via its own service, for which a paid option exists: RTL XL.

The media company also wants to get more productions on the streaming services, including drama series. RTL will announce more about its plans for streaming services at the announcement of the annual results in March next year.


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