Sky Deutschland and Warner Int’l extend pact

The deal covers potential Hollywood blockbusters and TV premieres, all available for 24/7 streaming via Sky Go and Sky Anytime.
October 30, 2014

Germany-based film distributor Sky Deutschland and Warner Bros. International Television Distribution (WBITD) have extended their strategic alliance for multiple years.

The agreement includes on-demand rights for all new movies during the pay-TV window and exclusive pay-TV rights to all Warner movies across several platforms.

Potential Hollywood blockbusters Interstellar, Horrible Bosses 2, Magic in the Moonlight, Mad Max: Fury Road (pictured) and Der Nanny are some of the upcoming titles Sky viewers will be treated to, as well as numerous TV premieres, all accessible 24/7 by subscribers on non-linear services Sky Go and Sky Anytime.

“We are incredibly pleased to be continuing our long-standing relationship with Sky Deutschland,” said WBITD president Jeffrey R. Schlesinger in a statement.

“As our television business continues to evolve and consumer behaviors shift to include more options for viewing our content, it is important to have a smart, sophisticated and marketing-savvy partner like Sky in Germany and Austria to showcase our films in the first pay-TV window. “

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