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Outdoor Sport Channel® HD signs worldwide distribution agreement with France D.F. based Mobibase.

Mobibase publishes and distributes ethnic and thematic TV channels & VOD content to mobile, IPTV and OTT companies. Mobibase’s offer reached more than 135 recognized worldwide clients such as Ooredoo, Etisalat, Mondia Media, Orange, Zed, Neomobile or Buongiorno. Mobibase covers 55 countries, mostly in Europe, South America, Middle East and Africa.

Focusing on communities and various end users’​ interests, Mobibase replies to a growing demand for ethnic and thematic content through more than 20 TV & VOD packages, such as Hispanic, Arabic, Sports & News, Lifestyle or Glamour. Collaborating with international right owners like Outdoor Sport Channel HD, Perform, Caracol, Rotana, Fashion TV, France 24, Splash Entertainment, Mobibase reinforces its position, year after year, as a key partner for worldwide content distribution.

With 15’ years experience in offering a full range of services for connected devices, Mobibase supports all clients’​ needs, from content acquisition and integration, IP/satellite capture, encoding and streaming capabilities, to delivery through iOS, Android, and HTML5 apps dedicated to end users.

About Outdoor Sport Channel®HD
Outdoor Sport Channel® is simply Unique. 24/7 airing only the best international outdoor, action, summer & winter sports programming, including the latest international sports news. Highlighting all international Football Leagues, F1, Car racing, NASCAR, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Cycling, Golf, Ice Hockey, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field and all regular programming related sports news.
FC Bayern Munich studio presented NEWS video segments, covering FC Bayern’s latest exclusive news, behind the scenes/community, interviews, skills, training and matches.
In addition promotional programming i.e. specials, cup celebrations and more.

The channel is a International leader, which offers global sports television content, to distribution companies that distribute them in their own countries areas and directly to viewers at their homes. This offers an interesting mix of sports programming so far, unknown in the world.

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Outdoor Sport Channel®, the leading international sports television company, announced a multiyear Pay TV distribution deal with Iceland based OZ. The agreement gives OZ’s subscribers access to Outdoor Sport Channel® 24/7 Live broadcast channel, which will be part of the global roll-out of the platform, starting off in Iceland, Poland and Chile.

“in 3 new territories, and with a global roll-out, Outdoor Sport Channel® continues to expand its international reach via traditional and growing consumer demand for time- and place-shifting of TV content distribution. OZ understand the needs of excellent sports content to be distributed via their high quality TV platform.

We are very thrilled to find our needs satisfied in a new distribution agreement with OZ, so more and more viewers can enjoy our daily international content from outdoor, action, summer & winter sports, and latest sports news, programming”.

The Outdoor Sport Channel® linear television network is available from October 2014, via the OZ service on TV and various connected devices in the following territories; Iceland, Poland and Chile with a global roll-out. Click on the logo to visit the OZ website.

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Välkommen Sverige/Welcome Sweden!

London, 23rd July 2014 Outdoor Sport Channel® launched in the 1st edition basic “Mixed” package at MagineTV.

Outdoor Sport Channel®, the leading international sports television company, signed a multiyear Pay TV distribution deal with Sweden based Magine TV. The agreement gives Magine TV subscribers access to the Outdoor Sport Channel® 24/7 Live broadcast channel, which will be part of the global roll-out of the platform, starting off in Sweden, Germany and Spain. The Outdoor Sport Channel® linear television network will be available, via the Magine TV service via TV, and various connected devices, in the following territories; Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Columbia and Spain with a further global roll-out.

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