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Is the first TV channel entirely dedicated to the visual arts, satisfying amateurs and passionate. It appeals to a large audience through a fun and accessible tone.
“Tattoo tales” starting at 9 p.m. (UTC +1). Whether you hate them or love them, tattoos have become a social phenomenon.
THEMA, Canal+ Group subsidiary, is glad to empower its partnership with the Greek pay-tv platform Cosmote TV and to announce a new launch on the platform – starting from the 17th of December Museum TV channel is available in the Family pack. THEMA is a longstanding partner of Museum TV and is handling its distribution worldwide.
“We are thrilled to partner with COSMOTE TV to launch Museum TV in Greece. We strongly believe that Museum TV’s content, entirely dedicated to arts, will be a great addition to COSMOTE TV’s content line-up”, commented Séverine Garusso, Head of Distribution EMEA at THEMA.
“We are very excited to announce the launch of our channel Museum TV in Greece. It is the first TV channel entirely dedicated to arts. Museum seems to be a captivating channel for the Greek audience, as the country itself is an epitome of art and culture”, said Nela Pavlouskova, Museum TV Managing Director.
“Tattoo tales” starting from the 18th December at 9 p.m. (UTC +1). Whether you hate them or love them, tattoos have become a social phenomenon. This revealing documentary series offers unique entertaining insights into contemporary culture from the inside the walls of the tattoo studio.
COSMOTE TV is OTE Group’s pay TV service, currently holding the leading position in Greece, with over 560,000 subscribers. COSMOTE TV is a fully grown broadcasting unit, offering access to exclusive premium content through 16 COSMOTE branded channels (CINEMA, SERIES, SPORT, HISTORY) and offering its linear and on demand services via Satellite and Streaming platforms. COSMOTE TV is also involved in the field of original content production (fiction and documentary), having participated as producer and co-producer in more than 120 Greek and international TV productions