Aspiro, a global streamlining company, signed the first partner agreement for its music streaming service, WiMP, in Poland today, with a satellite pay TV Platform – n.
Earlier in November, the company had opened an efficient beta version of WiMP in Poland, at the European Music Fair, a Polish music conference. Continuing with it, Aspiro signed the partner contract, which allows n to be the first partner for distributing WiMP.
The agreement is valid for at least 12 months, and it is expected that services with n will be launched in early December.
Customers of Platform can also access WiMP integrated into their television via the set top box of the company. It is the largest high-definition satellite TV platform in Poland, and has been operating in the market since the year 2006, primarily owned by the TVN Group.
They are the first to offer High Definition TV in Poland, with other efficient future-oriented services like Multiroom HD, VOD and OTT services.
Platform n has a customer base of about one million who can buy WiMP on their official website, directly on n STB, or n customer service.
Aspiro is the owner of WiMP, offering it directly to consumers in select markets, and to businesses who offer state-of-the-art music streaming solutions to their respective customer base. A strong editorial music streaming service is the hallmark of the WiMP brand, guiding users to their favorite tunes.
With this high-performance music streaming solution, the company’s focus is on a quality and competitive local music service in every country they operate. With WiMP, Aspiro offers the most relevant music, faster than any other streaming services.
In addition to catering to the increasing demand for music streaming in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, WiMP is a delight to millions. At the same time, WiMP services are also available for businesses, offering similar dedicated music streaming services.
“We see Poland as a very exciting market and strategically it is obviously important for WiMP to have good partners in place, and we consider n a very good match,” said Aspiro's chief executive officer, Peter Tonstad.
Aspiro is meant to disclose this information under the Securities Exchange and Clearing Operations Act, or the Act on Trading in Financial Instruments. The contract deal was submitted for publication on December 4, 2012.
Aspiro is a prominent streaming company worldwide. WiMP is delivered to consumers either directly or through the partners like television distributors and operators. Aspiro thinks globally with WiMP, but works more locally, with an efficient editorial team and staff that adapts to the demands of every country, and delivers services consistent with each market’s trends and preferences.
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Edited by Braden Becker