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Samsung adds a new independent TV channel to its free streaming platform in Germany

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Last updated: April 20th, 2022 at 15:32 UTC+02:00

Samsung’s free streaming service for smart TVs is growing in Germany. The platform, Samsung TV Plus, now offers free access to a new TV channel called “Cine Mix.” It follows the launch of the “Wilder Planet” and “Mystery Krimi” channels, the two of which were added to the platform last year.

Cine Mix brings dozens of films and popular series to Samsung smart TV customers in Germany, including five seasons of “Hell on Wheels” and free TV premieres such as “Once Upon a Time in Venice.”

A partner of Koch Films, Cine Mix is exclusive to Samsung TV Plus customers in Germany. Koch Films is an independent film distributor founded in 2003. “We are very pleased to further expand the fantastic partnership with Samsung TV Plus,” added Jochen Walter, Managing Director of Koch Films GmbH.

Samsung TV Plus is compatible with Samsung smart TVs released in 2016 and later. In Germany, the free streaming service offers access to more than 100 different channels that cover a wide variety of topics, from sports to feature films and programs for children. It continues to add more content regularly.

The platform offers great value for Samsung smart TV customers without having to subscribe or register to any paid services. It’s one of the differentiating factors between Samsung’s smart TVs powered by Tizen OS and compeeting products that run on different software.

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