Staccs

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm
Sweden

Press Releases

Music

Turn on, tune in, rock out: introducing the UK's newest music television destination - Staccs TV

Swedish tech startup Staccs - a free ad-supported television (FAST) technology company has announced it is launching its popular TV channel, Staccs TV, in the UK. Previously only available in the Nordics, Staccs TV will now offer UK viewers round the clock high-quality music videos, concert clips, exclusive recordings, music documentaries and much more - all available to watch for free on Samsung TV Plus. Viewers can enjoy carefully curated programming such as legendary live performances, modern country, the best of 2023, iconic music videos, classic love songs, and much more. It's the latest FAST channel to emerge in the UK, continuing the growing trend of the FAST popularity. Staccs TV will be available in the UK on Samsung TV Plus from 24th April, before coming available in Spain and Italy in June.

Music

Staccs recruits former MTV presenter Vanessa Warwick, to host brand new programme - Heavy Metal HeyDaze

Swedish streaming startup Staccs, has announced the recruitment of a former MTV host to head up a brand new music programme on its platform. Vanessa Warwick, known for hosting the legendary ‘Headbangers Ball’ on MTV during the 1990s, will host ‘Heavy Metal HeyDaze’ - an original series on Staccs TV dedicated to showcasing the best of metal and rock music videos.

Music

Swedish tech startup, Staccs, strikes deal to offer Samsung TV Plus users free access to new Staccs TV channel

Swedish tech startup, Staccs, has agreed a deal with Samsung TV Plus for its new TV channel for concert video and music documentaries. Launched in the Nordics and the Baltic states last year, Staccs provides fans the opportunity to relive their favourite concerts, on demand, advert free - and in the highest quality possible. Following the success of the platform, the company has recently launched Staccs TV to provide music fans a glimpse into the vast and unique music content that is available from its streaming service. The new deal means that Samsung TV Plus users in Sweden now have free access to Staccs TV for an unlimited time.

Business

Swedish tech startup, Staccs, strikes licensing deal with Cherry Red Records for its premium streaming service for concert video and music documentaries

Swedish tech startup, Staccs, has agreed a licensing deal with Cherry Red Records - a London-based independent record label - for its streaming service for concert video and music documentaries. Launched in the Nordics and the Baltic states last year, Staccs provides fans the opportunity to relive their favourite concerts, on demand, advert free - and in the highest quality possible. Built upon a user-centric model, this new deal provides Staccs the rights to stream in the UK, Scandinavia and the Baltic states. The new home for concerts on demand, Staccs presents a fresh commercial opportunity for the music industry.

About Us

BY FANS, FOR FANS – ALWAYS IN THE FRONT ROW

Staccs is a Stockholm based streaming service created by and for music enthusiasts, offering a big catalogue of hundreds of live concerts and music documentaries. Our ambition is to be able to offer all music lovers the best possible selection, regardless of era or genre, and we are constantly looking for new content to broaden our service with.

FROM LEGENDARY STADIUM CONCERTS TO THE MUSIC TV OF THE FUTURE

Our goal is to take the streamed concert experience to the next level. Whether it is classic stadium concerts, legendary club gigs, unique TV appearances or in-depth documentaries, for us it’s important that the experience is the best imaginable both in terms of sound and image. We want to create the best and leading streaming service in all music categories – concerts, documentaries, newly produced and exclusive content for Staccs, new TV formats and much more.

A MORE FAIR BUSINESS MODEL

We build Staccs together with fans and artists – thanks to our User Centric model, the streaming revenue is distributed to artists and rights holders based on what you as a user is watching. We believe this is a fairer model and enables you as a fan to be confident that what you contribute benefits your favourite artists.

Locations

Stockholm
Stockholm
Sweden