Canal plus/digital plus espania change trading name to Movistar+
First name : Digital+
Second name in 2011 : Canal+
New Name in 2015 : Movistar+
Distribuidora de Television Digital, S.A, trading as Movistar+, is a
Spanish satellite broadcasting company. It was previously known as
Digital+ since its launch in 2003, and recently since 2011 as Canal+,
being named after its main premium channel.
Formed on July 23,
2003 as a result of the equal merger of Via Digital (owned by
Telefónica) and Canal Satélite Digital (owned by Sociedad de Television
Canal Plus, S.A.), Movistar+ is the largest pay-TV broadcaster in Spain.
company used to be a subdivision of PRISA TV with shares held by
Mediaset Espana and Telefónica. In October 2011, Digital+ changed its
name to Canal+.
-Trading name: Movistar+
-Predecessor: Via DigitalCanal Satélite Digital
-Founded: 21 July 2003
-Area served: Nationwide
-Operating income: €80.2 million (2009)
-Products: Pay television
-official website: www.plus.es
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