France TV, TF1 and M6 Unite to Create a French Netflix

To counter Netflix, French channels have formed a new alliance and will create a common online video platform, called Salto, less than 5 euros per month. France Télévisions, TF1 and M6 counter-attacked Friday against the US giants Netflix and Amazon, announcing an unprecedented alliance in online video with the creation of a common platform, called Salto. Les Groupes France Télévisions, M6 …

Television: Canal + is it in Danger?

The pay-TV channel has lost the broadcast rights of Ligue 1 from 2020. Can this historic decision put Canal + in jeopardy? Explanations. Deprived of the rights of the football ligue 1, a historical asset, and attacked on the niche of films and series by new competitors like Netflix , Canal + is now obliged to reinvent itself. …

Netflix Increases its Rates in France and the US

TELEVISION: This increase is immediate for all new subscriptions. And gradually apply to existing customers of the video service … Netflix announced on Thursday an increase in its prices in the United States and several European countries, which has driven up its share price by nearly 4% on the New York Stock Exchange . France also concerned The base …

Netflix Closes its Offices in France and Transfers them to the Netherlands, where Taxation is Advantageous

ECONOMY:  According to “The Express,” Netflix, the US giant has paid 600,000 euros in taxes in France … Netflix turns its back on France. The video on-demand (VOD) platform is ready, according to L’Express , to close its Paris office and to transfer to the Netherlands, where taxation is less restrictive.  This information has been confirmed by …

Faced with Netflix, Fleur Pellerin wants to “make France a champion of TV fiction”

TELEVISION: The Minister of Culture has moved this Friday at the Festival of TV fiction of La Rochelle, three days of arrival in France Netflix … J-3. The long-awaited Netflix therefore arrived in France on Monday with its legal offer of films and series as attractive to consumers worrisome for audiovisual players. At La Rochelle, until …