The line-up will vary in each territory, comprising a variety of categories, including movies, entertainment, lifestyle, music, sports, news, TV shows and kids. The offer will bring together global brands such as Bloomberg TV, Bloomberg Quicktake, CNNi (available in the UK, Germany and Poland), Euronews (the first live channel integrated into Rakuten TV’s AVOD offer), Qwest TV, Reuters, and XUMO-powered content, including eight Stingray channels, The Hollywood Reporter channel and brands from Condé Nast such as Glamour, GQ, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Wired.
Audiences will be offered a selection of local content through partnerships top European media groups for the launch of new channels, such as FilmRise, Real Stories, Timeline and the Lego channel in the UK; ¡Hola! Play and Planeta Junior (kids and family entertainment content) in Spain; L’atelier des chefs, Luxe, Motosport and Humanity in France; as well as established channels; Netzkino, Waidwerk Free, Tierwelt Live and Deluxe Lounge HD in Germany; and Bizzarro Movies and Cinema Segreto in Italy.
Furthermore, viewers will be able to watch Rakuten TV’s own channels, a broad and varied selection of content curated by categories, based on specific genres and interests: action, comedy, drama, British films, family, documentaries, thriller, romance, spotlight (featuring Rakuten TV original and exclusive content as well as a selection of movies) and Top Free (a selection that highlights the best films currently available on the platform).