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Crime & Investigation lands in Romania

Crime & Investigation Network has followed its launches in the Czech Republic and Slovakia by rolling out in Romania via pay-TV provider UPC.
September 3, 2013

Crime & Investigation Network has followed its launches in the Czech Republic and Slovakia by rolling out in Romania via pay-TV provider UPC.

Available for UPC subscribers as of yesterday (September 2), the Romanian network offers series including Gangs of Britain with Gary & Martin Kemp, The First 48, Fred Dinenage: Murder Casebook and Psychic Detectives. 

“UPC is a strong launch partner, and we expect to drive further distribution with cable and DTH operators in Romania,” said Bakori Davis, vice president of commercial operations at A+E Networks UK. “This launch continues the momentum for Crime & Investigation Network’s roll out across Central Europe.”

“We are happy to be the first cable operator on the Romanian market to offer Crime & Investigation Network to our customers, who will now enjoy more informative, engaging and original programming,” added Bogdan Bucurei, product director for UPC Romania.

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