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SBD Global/December 12, 2013/Media
Sky Deutschland Releases Sports Bar Viewing Numbers; BildPlus Reports 150K Subscribers
Published December 12, 2013
BILD NUMBERS: QUOTENMETER's Weis also reported Bild, which is a subsidiary of media company Axel Springer, "has release the first numbers for its on-demand offer, BildPlus." Six months after the launch of BildPlus, Axel Springer revealed this week that its offer "attracted a total of 152,493 full-time subscribers." The number "does not include customers who only signed up for the one-month trial." Springer said in a statement that "about a third of subscribers have also signed up for its 'Bundesliga bei Bild' offer." BildPlus is available in three version between €4.99-€14.99 ($6.90-$20.70) per month. The Bundesliga package is available for an additional €2.99 ($4.12) a month (QUOTENMETER, 12/11).
REAL-COPENHAGEN: The EP reported Real Madrid's Champions League victory against FC Copenhagen drew 5.3 million viewers on Spanish broadcaster TVE's La 1, registering a 27.4% market share (EP, 12/11).