Swisscom is expanding its TV offering with thousands of series, feature films and more attractive return options for sports programming. During football matches, for example, a spectator can look directly for scenes in which a goal has been scored.
Swisscom announced in a statement on Tuesday that visual markings of goal sights and yellow or red cards will be placed on the schedule. “You can immediately see where and when there is something to see,” explained Blue Sports Director Claudia Lasserre. This is how you can tell if you missed something without having to rewind for a long time.
With the new media library, Blue Play will become the largest streaming offering in Switzerland, explained Blue Entertainment President Wolfgang Elsässer. From now on, Blue Play will be gradually activated for all TV customers with an M, L or X subscription at no additional cost.
Each language region receives a separate display with several thousand addresses. “In Ticino there will be 3,000 good titles shortly after launch, 5,000 in French-speaking Switzerland and 10,000 in German-speaking Switzerland,” Swisscom said when the new service was introduced to media in Zurich. Among them are several consecutive seasons.
In addition, Swisscom has entered into partnerships with the most important open music in Switzerland: Bern-Gürten Festival, Frauenfeld & Gamble and Lumenzia, Montreux Jazz Festival, Nyon Paleo Festival, Moon & Stars and Out inn. the green. She added that Swisscom will not only be present at these events, but will also report on them on broadcasts and live broadcasts on Blue TV.
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