Here in the US we are still waiting for an HBO Go subscription option that brings the channel’s programming without being tethered to a cable or satellite-TV package. However, HBO revealed today that its Scandinavian offering will do just that.
The HBO Nordic joint venture between HBO and Parsifal International will be available over “local distribution partners,”. It is also available strictly as an over-the-top service for VOD and subscription access to premium content for less than €10 when it launches this October. It delivers all the HBO current and catalog content you want as well as content from other providers. CEO Hervé Payan says it will be available on “any” internet connected device.
Great news for Scandinavians. I hope they notice the US soon.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Technology News