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Netflix Soon Available In Canal + Offers

Netflix and Canal + have finalized this Monday a distribution agreement that will allow the subsidiary of the Vivendi group to offer in France content of the American giant. What strengthens the position of Canal + against the competition …

Negotiations had been going on for several days … While in Paris on Monday, September 16th, Reed Hastings, the founder, and CEO of Netflix, finalized a distribution agreement with Canal +. This partnership will enable the Vivendi Group subsidiary to make Netflix content available in France via Canal +’s offerings. For the famous platform of streaming, it is about extending its implantation in our hexagon and to reach a wider audience. Even if the American giant now lists no less than 6 million subscribers in France according to figures provided by Le Figaro. Incredible growth could be boosted by this new partnership.

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As of October 15, Canal + subscribers who subscribe to the Ciné / séries pack will have access at the same time to the Canal + premium channel, the Netflix service (2 simultaneous screens + HD) and 20 cinema and series channels, which include the OCS and Ciné + channels. Access to SVOD Canal + Séries, launched last March, will also be part of the package. This offer will amount to a total of 35 € per month. Customers already subscribing to Canal + will also be able to subscribe to Netflix via the most recent decoders. For the first time, programs such as La Casa de Papel, The Legends Office, Stranger Things, and Gears will be offered in a single offer. For Maxime Saada, CEO of the Canal + Group, this partnership “complements our general proposition of recent cinema, major live sports events, world-class series, including our Original Creations, and consolidate our role as aggregator content and services. ”

For Netflix as for Canal +, this agreement is a way to ally to counter the formidable competition that is preparing with the upcoming launches of platforms such as AppleTV + (November 1), Disney + or Salto, the SVOD service associating TF1, France TV and M6 (which will be launched in France during 2020). To better arm itself, Netflix continues to invest in many French projects, the latest being the series of horror Marianne that has not left followers of the genre indifferent. On the side of Canal +, the novelties will be reinforced with ten Original Creations a year, the next beginner on September 23.

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