The Dreamia channels are distributed via "Pay TV", satellite, cable, IP, TV and Mobile operators in Portugal and in the Portuguese speaking markets in Africa.
NOS is the largest communications and entertainment group in Portugal. Leader in pay TV, in the latest generation broadband and in theatrical distribution and exhibition. It offers its 1.5 million customers next-generation TV, faster internet, phone, a wide range of mobile phones and mobile tariffs, fiber network, 4G on mobile phones, free internet through various hotspots and more than 200 movie theaters . Hollywood Channel (position 55, HD - position 81), MOV Channel (position 61, HD - position 84), Panda Channel (position 42) and BIGGS (position 43).
With over 120 channels and a number of technologically advanced features, such as Pause TV and Multiroom Digital Recording (also available on PC and Mobile), on MEO you can see HD content, consult the Program Guide and have a VideoClub at home with over 2,500 films at your disposal.
NOWO, so far Cabovisão, has a hybrid fiber optics and coax cable with more than 14.000Km, that reaches over 900.000 houses. It’s in this network that Internet, TV and telephone services settle. Hollywood Channel (position 37), MOV Channel (position 40), Panda Channel (position 56) and BIGGS (position 57).
The Vodafone Group is the mobile telecommunications company with greatest worldwide presence. In September 2009, it had a base of over 323 million proportionate customers in 31 countries, with the brand also present in over 40 countries through partner networks. Panda Channel (position 54), BIGGS Channel (position 55), Hollywood Channel (position 81) and MOV (position 103).
ZAP is a satellite TV distributor in Angola since April 2010, and leader in provision of content and channels in Portuguese. It offers more than 100 channels with better picture quality and an excellent offering in Portuguese, with programs and prices adapted to all customers. Hollywood Channel (position 54), MOV Channel (position 62), Blast Channel (position 69), Panda Channel (position 40) and BIGGS (position 41).