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2007 2008–2010 2010–2014 2014–2016 2016
2007 2008–2010 2010–2014 2014–2016 2016
2016–2018 2018–2020 2020–2021 2021–present
2016–2018 2018–2020 2020–2021 2021–present

RTL+ (formerly TV Now) is the video-on-demand service of RTL Deutschland, the largest commercial broadcaster in Germany. It provides live streams of the broadcaster’s main free-to-air TV channels (such as RTL, VOX and n-tv) and catch-up programming for up to 30 days for free, with other content available for a monthly fee.

RTL+’s main competitor is Joyn, jointly run by ProSiebenSat.1 Media and Discovery, Inc.

RTL NOW

2007

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2008–2010

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2010–2014

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2014–2016

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TV NOW

2016

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All the video-on-demand services of the network’s individual channels, such as RTL NOW and VOX NOW, were bundled together on 1 March 2016 under the name TV Now.

2016–2018

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A new logo was introduced in October 2016, after barely seven months.

2018–2021

2018–2020

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The logo was slightly modified in December 2018, and the service was extended to cover live streams of the network’s pay-TV channels (they were originally confined to the free-to-air channels).

2020–2021

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TV Now introduced yet another new logo in April 2020, shrinking the TV part, and revamped its interface completely.

RTL+

2021-present

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It was announced in February 2021, well before the unveiling of RTL’s new corporate identity in June, that TV Now would be renamed to RTL+ later in 2021,[1] and consequently the existing RTLplus channel would be renamed as well. [2][3] On 15 September 2021, RTLplus changed its name to RTLup (along with the rebrand of the parent RTL channel), and on 4 November, TV Now rebranded to RTL+.[4]

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