NME TV is the home of the best new bands and icons from the alternative scene, featuring exclusive interviews, video led programming and festival coverage, while Bliss lets viewers get up close and personal with the biggest artists in contemporary pop.
Freesat's Head of Channels, Mark Briggs said, "The launch of NME TV and Bliss are fantastic additions to the Freesat music genre, reflecting even more diversity and choice for Freesat customers. In other genres, Freesat customers also enjoy more great subscription-free channels from CSC Media like True Movies, True Entertainment, and a range of children's channels for all ages."
Remy Minute, Managing Director of CSC Media Group said, "These channel additions add to our portfolio offering on Freesat, underlining our commitment to subscription-free television. Freesat continues to grow its customer base. With over one and a half million customers to date, Freesat is playing an increasingly important role in helping us reach the growing number of viewers who enjoy watching our television channels."
NME TV and Bliss will automatically be added to the Freesat service via customers' TVs or digital boxes, letting viewers plug in to their favourite sounds without manually retuning their channel line-up.
is there any way to watch UK tv in Australia? whenever i try and link to a service i get the : "oops, service blocked to your country" or similar story. Oz tv is A) mostly USA shows B)chock full of ads and unwatchable as a result....any help very gratefully received, thanks.