For World Television Day, Waipu.tv has launched a new channel. On top of that, there are currently huge discounts to be won as part of Black Friday Week.
Hyperbole, a channel that has geared its programming to generations Y & Z, is now available with the free package and all content can also be accessed via the Waiputhek. The new station is now the 74th FAST channel that Waipu.tv included in its program portfolio.
New Waipu.tv channel Hyperbole expands the range of FAST channels
FAST stands for Free-Ad-Supported-TV and is the content trend on TV in the USA. These channels are the fastest growing Connected TV video content there. “It is impressively shown here that television is also evolving and can adapt to the needs of users. waipu.tv was one of the pioneers for FAST channels in Europe and already had a permanent place on television with ADAC TV, Europe’s largest automobile club, in 2018,” says Bettina Bellmer, board member at Exaring AG, Waipu.tv operates.
Waipu.tv is also cutting the cost of its annual subscriptions in half, just in time for Black Friday week. Read more details in the separate DF article.
Hyperbole develops, produces and distributes content with a provocative mix of politics and pop culture. These include series such as “Germania” for ZDF, which was honored with the Grimme Prize and the Golden Camera Digital Award in 2018. The contributions are exaggerated – as the name of the channel already indicates – and thus produce an extraordinary variety of entertainment. Because a hyperbole is the literary form of exaggeration. According to its own statements, the channel aims to tell controversial topics in such a way that the younger generations also feel addressed.
In 2015, Hyperbole received the Grimme Online Award in the culture and entertainment category.
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