Spanish group boss Jaume Roures said he was unwilling to resell them and hoped 4 million customers would be profitable, in an interview on Tuesday. Figaro.
"We reject the idea of licensing part of our rights", explain to Figaro Mediapro group boss Jaume Roures created a surprise by buying Ligue 1 rights for the period 2020-2024 against nearly 800 million euros, at the expense of Canal + which currently owns them.
"Because if we resell some rights to Canal +, for example, we will impoverish our own channel offerings and this is not the goal"added Catalan entrepreneurs, who admitted that the subscription price of up to 25 euros per month could go down. "I mentioned the price of 25 euros per me for our channel, which is a simple calculation of the price paid for rights and reservoirs of three million customers. But if we manage to attract more customers, the price can go down.", he explained.
According to Mr. Roures, the channel will be in equilibrium with 3.5 million customers. "And with 4 million, we will benefit"he assured.
Mediapro has the best poster of the French championship, with Canal + beard and nose broadcasting since 1984. A French subsidiary of the Spanish group intends to propose a new channel, with "Programming without interruption seven days a week, 24 hours a day".