Foxtel's "Next Generation Entertainment Streaming Service" to launch next week? | Market Update

  • May 18, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Foxtel has pegged “the growth engine” of the subscription TV group to a “next-generation entertainment streaming service” — to launch next week. With the streaming platform’s much-mooted name yet to be confirmed, Foxtel CEO Patrick Delaney said the new streaming service will rival Netflix, Stan and Amazon Prime and brings an exciting new brand to younger streaming audiences.

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