Channel available on Hisense TVs via a dedicated button on the remote control

The Canal + application is now available in the Smart TV Vidaa function of Hisense televisions. And for optimized ergonomics, a button dedicated to the French pay TV service, a dedicated button appears on the brand's TV remote controls.

Available today through the Smart TV Vidaa function of Hisense TVs, the Canal + application will also be accessible from the end of October from a dedicated button on Hisense remote controls, in particular on the QLED Hisense A7GQ series.

By opening the Canal + application, owners of a Hisense TV will of course be able to subscribe directly to the various offers of the national audiovisual group, Canal + Ciné Séries including in particular Netflix, OCS and Starzplay or even Canal + Sport including beIN Sports and Eurosport . Of course, all the features offered by the myCanal application are required: Expert Mode, Start-over, live control, profile management, not to mention Canal VOD access. Also presents the Canal + 4K UHD channel.

The word to Damien Neymarc, marketing manager at Hisense France

"We are pleased to be able to deploy Canal + on all of our 4K UHD televisions embedding our in-house operating system Vidaa 4 and Vidaa 5 (update available on for Vidaa 5 in the Download Center) . For the first time in France, the Canal + application is accessible directly from the remote control with its dedicated button. This reinforces our strategy of offering the French public ever more simplified access to connected TV ”. Damien Neymarc, Marketing Manager at Hisense France.

The word to Philippe Schwerer, VOD director, boxes, manufacturer partnerships and Canal + platforms

“This collaboration also marks a new stage in our desire to deploy Canal + on the equipment used by our subscribers. We are delighted that Hisense, by allowing direct and rapid access to the content of Canal + offers with the remote control, meets strong market expectations ”Philippe Schwerer, VOD director, boxes, manufacturer partnerships and platforms at Canal +.