An extract on #premium
Premium (marketing), a promotional item that can be received for a small fee when redeeming proofs of purchase that come with or on retail products
Risk premium, the monetary difference between the guaranteed return and the possible return on an investment
Premium segment / Premium pricing high-price brands or services in marketing, e.g.:
Premium television, a class of subscription-based television service
Premium station, a class of railway stations on Metlink in Melbourne
Premium Outlets, a brand of shopping malls
Premium-Cola, a brand of cola from Germany
Premium-rate telephone number
Premium Saltines, a Nabisco brand of saltine crackers
Premium tax credit, a refundable tax credit in the United States, part of a host of Affordable Care Act tax provisions
Premium Bond, a type of bond available in the United Kingdom
a grade of gasoline with the highest octane rating
Buyer's premium, a charge to be paid in addition to the cost of an item
Premium (film), a 2006 film starring Dorian Missick and Zoe Saldana
Mediaset Premium was launched on January 20, 2005, initially offering only pay-per-view services for movies and sports.
In January 2008, it became a full pay TV, launching the package "Premium Gallery", available, with a package for football matches, through monthly subscription or prepaid. Over time, new packages and new channels enrich the offered.
In 2015, the new offering provides channels of movies, TV series, sport, documentaries, cartoons and interactive services Premium Play and Premium Online. From 2016, Premium will also broadcast on satellite TV.
Broadcast until 2018 the UEFA Champions League exclusive in Italy on channels Premium Sports and Premium Calcio also in HD. It also owns the sports rights, in addition to the Serie A, of foreign tournaments as the Ligue 1 and the Coupe de France, the Scottish Premiership, also of the NFL of American football. There are also channels Eurosport and Eurosport 2.
In 2016 Vivendi agreed to buy 100% stake of Mediaset Premium and 3.5% stake of Mediaset by selling 3.5% stake of Vivendi's shares. However, after inspecting the financial statements as well as income forecast, Vivendi did not wish to enforce the original terms but submitting a revised offer to buy 20% stake in Mediaset Premium, as well as buying convertible bonds of Mediaset Premium. Fininvest, the majority owner of Mediaset, had choose to start legal action to Vivendi.