Disney+ announces a price increase for Czech and Slovakian users and launches new ad-supported subscription tier in several European countries.
After only six months, the Czech streaming service went into restricted mode, with a halt to new user registrations due to unsecured investment commitments.
The move ensures the implementation of age verification measures to protect minors from inappropriate content.
A move to curb account sharing, it allows adding users outside the household for a fee.
New research from Nielsen and ResSolution reveals a shift in Czech attitudes towards paid online video content.
Netflix reigns as the most popular VOD platform in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, outpacing competitors like HBO Max, Voyo, and Disney+, according to the latest Atmedia Index survey.
As licensing expires, Czech Video Center announces a shift from Mall.TV to Fameplay, targeting global audiences and diverse platforms.