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June 18, 2010

NME TV launches in Freesat

by David Allen

The free to view satellite digital TV service Freesat has announced that the NME TV channel will be joining the platform, effective immediately.

NME TV is a dedicated music channel that offers the viewer a wide variety of content.

This can be live music events, breaking news, interviews, the Club NME TV chart show and of course plenty of music.

According to the managing director of Freesat, Emma Scott, the platform is delighted to welcome NME TV into the fold, where it will be joining a wide ranging group of music channels.

The UK market is essential for a brand such as NME, which is a publication that has run alongside the music industry for a long time and welcomed so many different styles of music.

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