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Dplay
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Developer(s)Discovery, Inc.
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Websitewww.dplay.com

Dplay (stylized as dplay) is a brand name of online video on demand services operated by Discovery, Inc. As of 2019, Discovery operates such services under the Dplay name in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden) and Spain.

Availability

United Kingdom and Ireland

The British version of the service (also available in the Republic of Ireland) was originally launched as QuestOD in 2018 as a companion to Discovery's free-to-air television channels Quest and Quest Red. The launch of QuestOD, along with the HD simulcast version of Quest on July 31, 2018, was to coincide with the 2018–19 EFL season, which Quest had rights for free-to-air highlights beginning from that season.[1][2]

In October 2019, QuestOD announced that the service will change its name to Dplay by the end of that month.[3] The renaming coincided with the addition of programmes from Discovery's free-to-air sister channels in the UK, DMAX and Food Network, in addition to Home (later renamed HGTV) and Really — the latter two were then-recently acquired by Discovery, Inc. following the split of UKTV. The rebrand took place on October 22, 2019.[4]

In October 2020, Dplay announced that the service will change its name to Discovery+ in the following month. The rebrand coincided with the launch of the subscription teir bringing Discovery’s pay-TV and free-to-air channels together

References

  1. ^ "Quest Launches New UK On Demand Player – Fans Can Now Watch EFL Highlights In HD Wherever And Whenever They Want" (Press release). Discovery, Inc. July 24, 2018. Retrieved October 23, 2019.
  2. ^ "Discovery to launch new QuestOD on-demand service". Digital TV Europe. Informa. July 25, 2018. Retrieved October 9, 2019.
  3. ^ "QuestOD is changing to dplay". QuestOD. Dplay Entertainment Limited. Retrieved October 9, 2019.
  4. ^ "Discovery, Inc. launches dplay in the UK and Ireland" (Press release). Discovery, Inc. October 22, 2019. Retrieved October 23, 2019.

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