Classic FM TV

Classic FM TV was a television channel owned by British radio station Classic FM. Until 14 December 2007 it was available as a television channel on the Sky Digital satellite and Virgin Media cable TV services. After that, Classic FM TV only broadcast online in the United Kingdom via the Internet.

Classic FM TV
Broadcast areaUnited Kingdom
Ownership
OwnerGlobal Radio
History
Launched26 November 2002[1]
Closed14 December 2007
Replaced byoMusic TV

It claimed itself as the world’s first classical music television channel. The programming consists of soft and relaxing classical music videos 24-hours a day.

The channel was removed from Sky and Virgin Media on 14 December 2007. It also become online-only. On 17 December 2007 a new channel called oMusic TV launched on Sky in Classic FM TV's slot.

Other mediaEdit

Classic FM TV was the sister station of UK radio station Classic FM. Classic FM also publishes a monthly magazine, Classic FM Magazine.

OwnershipEdit

The satellite channel was owned by GCap Media.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Classic FM gambles on 24-hour music channel". The Guardian. 25 November 2002. Retrieved 30 May 2019. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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