Cyfrowy Polsat

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Cyfrowy Polsat S.A.
Type Private
Traded as Warsaw Stock Exchange: CPS
Industry Telecommunication
Founded 1999
Founder(s) Zygmunt Solorz-Żak
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland
Key people Dominik Libicki (Chairman)
Zygmunt Solorz-Żak (Chairman of the Supervisory Board)
Products Direct broadcast satellite, television programs, mobile telephony, Internet services
Website cyfrowypolsat.pl

Cyfrowy Polsat ([t͡sɨˈfrɔvɨ ˈpɔlsat]; English: Digital Polsat) is a Polish DTH platform. It was launched on December 5, 1999 and is owned by Cyfrowy Polsat S.A. It is the fourth largest digital platform in Europe and the largest in Central and Eastern Europe. Cyfrowy Polsat has 3.47 million subscribers.

Cyfrowy Polsat S.A. is from April 2011 the owner of Polsat. The financing of the acquisition of Polsat in May 2011 was possible due to issuing of shares and external sources. With Polsat, Cyfrowy was able to add a very important standing leg to its portfolio regarding TV production and broadcasting.[1]

Packages of Cyfrowy Polsat[edit]

  • Mini HD
  • Rodzinny HD
  • Familijny HD
  • Familijny Max HD
  • Familijny Max HD with additional packs:
    • Sport HD
    • Film HD
  • Premium

Additional options[edit]

  • HBO Pack
  • Cinemax Pack
  • HBO Cinemax Pack
  • Catalogue of VOD movies
  • Rozrywka (erotic channels)

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