HSE 24 TV
HSE24 began operations under the name HOT (Home Order Television) as Germany’s first telescopic broadcaster on October 16, 1995, and was renamed Home Shopping Europe in May 2001. The HSE24 brand was launched in March 2004.
The source of the concept is primarily Quelle GmbH with its New Media director Patrick Palombo, who tested the first telescope formats from the 1980s. and. With Tele-Boutique and its demo store at RTL and then at ProSiebenSat. 1 in Eureka. Following these successful trials, Palombo recommended Quelle GmbH to the board of directors and the supervisory board of the Schickedanz Group to expand the telescopic format for your 24/7 broadcasters. The next step was the creation of a joint venture between Quelle and ProSieben to combine key competencies in the field of trade and publishing in one publisher, HOT. Georg Kofler – General Manager of ProSieben, who was already in contact with the tests of the Eureka telescope, was personally enthusiastic about the project and took up other matters. and. Together with Patrick Palombo, he later served as the advisory board of the new publisher. A year later, the partnership with the legal department of the company was expanded to include the American telescopic station HSN (Home Shopping Network), so HOT can also take advantage of professional telescopic know-how. This new partnership was officially announced during the media days in 1996 by Georg Kofler for three representatives of ProSieben, Patrick Palombo for Quelle and the film and television group Barry Diller in the role of HSN.
The first online store appeared in 1998.
Quelle GmbH and ProSiebenSat.1 Media were shareholders in the year it was founded; A year later, the group of shareholders was expanded and now includes the American television channel HSN. ProSiebenSat.1 later retired. In February 2005, the station was sold to InterActiveCorp, but almost two years later, it acquired it in June 2007. HSE 24 was now part of Primondo (formerly KarstadtQuelle), Arcandor’s mail order division. Since the takeover, Quelle articles have had their own transmission windows. For example, products in the Quelle kitchen area are hosted on HSE24 at our expense. Klaus Hubert Gorg, bankruptcy manager of Arcandor AG, was announced on November 10, 2009, but HSE 24 will immediately be applied to Axa Private Equity, a French investment company.
In 2012, Axa sold a majority stake in Home Shopping Europe GmbH to Providence Equity Partners, an American investment company.
HSE 24 TV Channels Free Frequency
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