Movie fans and afdah supporters rejoice.
On Friday, the government will introduce a new movie and television channel that will be dubbed as AfDah, the Arabic acronym for ‘Free Germany’.
It will be called AfD-Tv and will be run by the German Federal Television (Bundesamt für Zeitung, BfZ).
The channel will be funded by the Federation of German Industries (BfV).
A movie is a free entertainment for people and businesses of all ages, and the Afdah will allow people to watch movies, videos and TV shows without having to pay a subscription fee.
“The channel will not be a pay TV service.
AfD’s aim is to connect people with the culture, arts and culture of their country through free entertainment,” a government spokesperson told The Hindu.
The Afdh will offer access to movies, television shows and documentaries by people of all nationalities and nationalities-in-a-box, or in a “German-only” package that will include a movie, TV series, or a music video.
The channel, which will be launched at the end of June, will be distributed across the country and will not offer content from abroad.
“We have a very specific mission: to connect with Germans through the arts and cultural life of Germany,” said Joerg Heuer, the minister of culture and information technology, in a press conference on Friday.
“This is an initiative that is entirely in German,” he said.
“It’s a German initiative, it’s a mission of the Federal Republic of Germany.”
The channel is expected to have a budget of around 200 million euros ($240 million) for the first six months.
The Afdahs content will be available on demand for around 30 days.
“The goal is to give people a chance to watch and watch the content of their choice,” the government spokesperson said.
Afdah is part of a larger initiative called Afdahn, which has already been launched in Germany.
The program aims to “make a real difference to the lives of German consumers by connecting with the people they work and live with, through a new generation of entertainment.”
The program will be expanded into a separate channel for women and young people.