French Television Streaming Platform
Molotov, a Paris-based internet television channel distribution service provider has inked a partnership deal with a Toulouse-based online tutoring startup that offers videos, exercises and other learning content, SchoolMouv. The main motive of this partner is to offer video lessons for children of all ages over the renowned television service. According to the Molotov, it is leveraging its over-the-top TV service to offer content for learners of all ages.
Molotov has launched a new section over its platform named ‘Molotov for School’ that is loaded with the videos that are appropriate for all children. This section contains all TV content related to education from France 4, TF1, M6, Arte, and more. Along with this effort, users are allowed to browse SchoolMouv videos from the app. According to the company, users can find more than 1,000 lessons that cover all grounds in middle school and high school. SchoolMouv generally charge around $32.65 per month for its services.
Molotov has announced that it will provide SchoolMouv videos for free until 15 May. The company noted that users can view all of the company’s videos for the next month but won’t be able to access interactive exercises and any user doesn’t have to enter their credit card information during the registration.
During the announcement of partnership, Molotov has declared that it now has a count of over 10 million registered users which was 7 million last year. At the same time, Altice, the New York-based cable television provider, had announced that it would buy the majority of stakes of the Molotov platform but the deal fell through and Molotov remains an independent company.
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