Paramount + aims to attract users not only in the United States, but also internationally. Responsible management declares that it is logical that one desires and should retain customers all over the world. Paramount + has also started in Latin America, Scandinavia, and Canada. In the near future, Australia, New Zealand and other European countries are being targeted.
Germany is likely to be at the bottom of the list at the moment. CBS / Viacom currently has agreements with Amazon Prime Video (“Star Trek: Picard” and “Star Trek: Lower Decks”) and Netflix (“Star Trek: Discovery”). It is also evident that the market for broadcast providers is becoming increasingly competitive. While in the past Amazon Prime Video and Netflix were the only ones that largely dominated the market, competitors such as Apple TV + and Disney + as well as HBO Max and Peacock in the US are now moving slowly.
It might take some time before HBO Max makes it to our world. The existing agreements with Sky should last through 2025. Is he[called[يسمى. Paramount +, in turn, is expected to gather 65 to 75 million subscribers by 2025. For CBS / Viacom, Paramount + isn’t the only key component of their broadcast strategy. Pluto TV is also part of the company and has been active in Germany for a long time. Pluto TV, an ad-funded streaming service, is expected to reach 100 to 120 million active users by 2024.
Of course, Paramount + takes a different approach and is supposed to attract customers around the world with regional content. Powerful brands also include, for example, “Star Trek” and “SpongeBob SquarePants” as well as “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” as well as content from US stations such as Showtime (“Dexter”). Paramount + is not as new as it appears. Because the show has been under a different name CBS All-Access since 2015.
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