Environmental channel EarthxTV extends global reach

EarthxTV, the Dallas-based TV network dedicated to environmental sustainability, is now available in millions of homes in the US, UK and Europe through distribution deals with Charter Communications and the National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) in the US, Sky and Freeview in the UK, and M7 in Europe.

Rajan Singh

Rajan Singh, head of distribution for EarthxTV, said: “We are extremely pleased to be partnering with leading distribution platforms in key global markets to bring our eco-centric programming to an audience that cares about where and how we live.”

This month, EarthxTV is debuting two original series, House of What?! and Bikes to Bites alongside a range of programming that spotlights the initiatives of innovators and visionaries who are changing the way we look at our planet and its resources. In the first new series, host Chris Grundy explores eclectic and sustainable homes and meets homeowners who share a love for strange, recycled, or up-cycled building materials. In Bike to Bites, Garrett Bess bikes across the Northeastern US and beyond and discovers amazing meals along with the communities he visits.

“EarthxTV programming not only highlights the issues facing us but also accentuates the beauty of this planet we all share,” said Singh. “From highlighting the importance of killer bees to in-depth looks at deforestation to fun DIY upcycling programming, our network features diverse look into how the average viewer can make a difference.”

EarthxTV is available across the via Charter’s Spectrum TV Select video package, and through EarthxTV’s affiliation agreement with the NCTC. The network launched in August on Sky and Freeview in the U.K. and is scheduled to be available across Europe through its partnership with M7 before the end of the year.

Tom Montemagno, executive VP of programming acquisition for Charter, added: “Our agreement to add EarthxTV to our lineup will provide millions of Spectrum subscribers with access to the network’s original mix of entertaining and informative, eco-focused programming, on issues important to many of our customers.”

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