Starting tomorrow, Romtelecom will broadcast 60 live soccer games from the Second League of the Romanian soccer championship
The live transmissions will be done through the Dolce Sport channel that Romtelecom launched recently. Sources in the market told Business Review that Romtelecom took over the Boom Sport channel of DTH Television Group (which runs Boom TV). According to the same sources, Romtelecom already brought new employees to supplement the team that already worked for the Boom Sport channel.
DTH Television Group filed for insolvency at the Bucharest Court of Law on May 7, after Unicredit Tiriac Bank, Grecos Energy Telecomunicaţii and Eurocom Networks & Technologies asked for the DTH Television insolvency.
Romtelecom representatives said: “Romtelecom signed an agreement with DTH Television Grup, through which it took over all the rights of the sports transmission it owned and rented TV equipment. The Boom TV subscribers also have the opportunity to watch the content transmitted by Dolce Sport.