SPI/FilmBox signs distribution agreement with Lebanese Network Broadcast

SPI/FilmBox continues to expand its content distribution to DTH operators and cable operators in the MENA region with Lebanese deal to carry nine channels
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Continuing its major expansion in the region over the last few months, SPI International/Filmbox has signed a distribution agreement with Lebanese Network Broadcast (LNB) to carry nine international thematic channels from the SPI’s portfolio. to cable operators and DTH providers

The new agreement includes broadcasting of 24/7 thematic channels including: FightBox HD, DocuBox HD, Fast&FunBox HD, FilmBox Art House, esports channel Gametoon HD, FunBox UHD, FilmBox, and FashionBox HD.

“Since August 2017, the mission of LNB is to unify all wired cable operators under one platform and acquire copyrights for them. I am extremely pleased that we have established a deal with prestigious SPI International for the distribution of the popular FilmBox channels on all platforms for the territory of Lebanon. LNB and myself personally look forward to having a long term relationship with our new partner SPI International,” commented Fadel Hodroj, General Manager and CEO of LNB.

“As SPI is committed to expanding its distribution footprint in MENA, we are excited to deliver top quality television programming to viewers in Lebanon thanks to the recent launch of our worldwide channels. Users can now enjoy a variety of genres on nine different channels”, added Murat Muratoglu, SPI’s head of distribution for MENA, Turkey, APAC, Russia, CIS, Baltics, Bulgaria and Ex-Yugo.

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