NPO is coming in may with new video-on-demand platform
The Dutch Public Broadcasting (NPO) comes out in may with a new video-on-demand platform. The new platform should Netflix-like features to NPO viewers to offer.
It should include a better search function, personalized recommendations and the ability to cross-platform the watch to be able to resume, thus NPO-director of the French Small against Broadcast Magazine.
Also, there will be three types of “subscriptions”. “Anonymous and free, which gives the user access to content without having to say who he is and where he comes,” said Small. “The second variant is also free, but this is a profile created so that we the user can tell what we all have in our treasure trove.”
“And finally, we will introduce a paid subscription service, with better picture quality is offered, additional facilities are available, content online longer, and also ad-free,” concludes Small.
The platform is independent of EN, Behold, the subscription service to which the NPO, RTL and SBS work together. The planning is that there may be a technical launch takes place and that, as of september substantive changes to come. Such programmes should more frequently first online appear before they appear on television.