Megogo, a Ukrainian video service with leading positions in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, is launching on the Polish market. The local service in Poland includes a library of on-demand movies and series as well as pay-TV packages with news, sports, entertainment, kids and educational content, industry media reported.
Artur Patsula, who heads the head the company’s office in Warsaw, stated: “During the last months, we carefully prepared the launch of the media service. TV subscription packages will cover all the leading channels of the Polish market, such as TVN, Polsat, TV Puls, TV4, Stopklatka TV, and Zoom TV. The catalog of films in various price ranges is compiled thanks to cooperation with partners from the Polish and international markets,”.
As reported by Ukrainian news site AIN, Megogo’s studio has prepared Polish voiceovers for Ukrainian movies and series in a bid to develop cultural links between two countries. This content includes, for example, Bruce, Jack and London and Love and bloggers.
Founded in 2011, Megogo currently operates in 14 countries, including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Poland, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. The service claims to offer “more than 200,000 hours of content” — from movies, to TV programs, to sports and music, to audiobooks and podcasts.
Among Megogo’s partners are BBC, Fox, Gutek Film, Paramount Pictures, Sony, Universal, Walt Disney, Warner Brothers and other studios. Megogo also with UEFA Champions League, European Cups, and top sports events.