Videoland goes Dutch series in 4K resolution to Samsung TVs streaming




Videoland and Samsung will cooperate in the field of content for associate professors TVs. From Monday, March 30th, owners of an associate professor TVs from Samsung, the new series Black Tulip in a 4K resolution see through the streaming service of Videoland.

It is preliminary to an exclusive agreement with Samsung for the 4k display of Black Tulip, tells Videoland spokeswoman Loes Meys against Tweakers. The series will appear only in the resolution of 3840×2160 pixels using the Videoland app associate professors TVs from Samsung. Customers with associate professor TVs from other manufacturers outside the boat and on devices other than associate professors TVs, content is offered in a lower resolution. Videoland, that since the end of 2013 hands of RTL, has no plans to stream more content in 4k.

It is the first time that Videoland transmits 4K material and furthermore relates to the first large Dutch series specially designed for video on demand. The series is shown on the developments between two families from the bulb and is from March 30 at Videoland directly in its entirety. Videoland is trying to make its offer more attractive compared to the great rival Netflix by focusing among other things on local content. The 4k offerings from Netflix is ‚Äč‚Äčalso limited. Among the few titles that Netflix offers in the “UltraHD 4K’ resolution are Breaking Bad and House of Cards.


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