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Boom TV (Romania)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boom Extrasatelit
Private
IndustryTelecommunication
Founded2005
HeadquartersBucharest, Romania
ProductsDirect broadcast satellite
Websitewww.boomtv.ro

Boom TV (initially operated by DTH Television Group) is the last player that came into the market of Romanian DTH. The program packages offered by Boom were made to satisfy the needs of the viewers by selecting the programs and offering exclusive shows according to the presentation from the launching of Boom.

DTH Television Group filed for insolvency in May 2010[1] and the Boom network was acquired by Romtelecom.[2]

Setbacks

  • 21 December 2005: The first tests on Amos satellite for this operator.
  • April 2006: Official sources announce the launching at the beginning of May 2006.
  • 27 April 2006: The first official announcement regarding the program offered by Boom TV
  • 4 May 2006: The official launching of the digital program Boom TV
  • 18 February 2007: Kanal D is available in the Boom TV package.

Boom channels

  • Boom Action - Action movies
  • Boom Comedy - Comedy movies and series
  • Boom Drama - Romantic & Drama movies and series
  • Boom Indian - Indian movies
  • Boom Music - Music channel
  • Boom Hop! - Channel for children
  • Boom Sport One - Sport channel
  • Boom Sport Two - Sport channel
  • Boom Sport Three - Sport channel
  • Boom Sport Four - Sport channel (Pay Per View)

Subscription packages

SuperCinema Plus package

Adventure package

Kid Zone package

Music package

Movie package

HBO MaxPak package

Sport package

Hungarian

Free-to-air channels also available on Boom TV

References

  1. ^ "Romtelecom in 8 mln euro deal to take over Boom TV subscribers". Hotnews.ro. 2011-02-28.
  2. ^ "Tranzacția dintre Boom TV și Romtelecom s-a încheiat" (in Romanian). Capital. 2011-06-01.

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This page was last edited on 13 August 2018, at 17:27
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