Music network Vintage TV has launched on UK digital terrestrial platform Freeview, taking the 242 channel slot on the EPG.
The channel is already available on the Sky, Freesat and Virgin Media platforms, having launched on the latter in April.
Vintage TV first launched in 2010 and airs a range of original music programming, classic concert footage, and interviews and documentaries.
Its launch on Freeview comes after Vintage partnered with communications infrastructure and media services firm Arqiva. Vintage launches on Freeview using Arqiva’s Connect TV service, which lets broadcasters combine content delivered on the terrestrial broadcast network alongside IP delivered content, presenting it on a single channel number on the Freeview EPG.
“By offering Vintage TV via Connect TV on Freeview, we’re delighted to be bringing our extensive range of music shows to an even larger audience,” said Vintage TV CEO and founder David Pick.
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