Malaysia’s MEASAT Partners with France’s Lifestyle Channel to Broadcast Music Content Across the Region

Published by Mila Ismail @ 27/04/2016

Malaysian satellite operator, MEASAT Satellite Systems (MEASAT) has partnered with a France-based lifestyle TV channel, ‘Clubbing TV’ to broadcast music and lifestyle content such as live music events, DJs, music videos, party reports, and electro festivals to the millennials across the region and more.

The partnership launched ‘Clubbing TV HD’ that will broadcast more than two hours of live show and concerts every week as well as four weekly exclusive shows with full social media interaction. Additionally, the channel’s VOD portfolio includes more than 800 titles with 300 hours of HD and 50 hours of 4K content, besides exclusive premium content that includes Live DJ Sets, TOP Charts, and a talk show; The Big Bad Bass.

Distributed through the MEASAT-3a satellite at the 91.5 degrees East hotslot, the channel will reach over 200 million households across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Australia and East Africa.

Paul Brown-Kenyon, Chief Executive Officer of MEASAT revealed, “MEASAT is delighted to add ‘Clubbing TV HD’ to the region’s leading video hotslot. The channel’s live entertainment programming is a strong addition to MEASAT’s UHD/HD bouquet.”

Stephane Schweitzer, Chief Executive Officer of Clubbing TV added, “We are tremendously excited to bring the only 24/7 ‘Lifestyle and Dance’ music channel in Asia dedicated for the millennial generation. Clubbing TV speaks a universal language and embraces the music lifestyle of ages 15 to 35. Together with MEASAT, our new partner in the region, we are proud to provide our audiences with this high quality content”.

Clubbing TV is available worldwide in native HD and in English. The channel broadcasts dance music in more than 80 million households in 30 countries with 20 exclusive shows representing all electronic music styles and flavors.

Paul Brown-Kenyon, Chief Executive Officer of MEASAT. (Pic credit: satellitetoday.com)