BT the company behind the video on demand and free to air digital television service BT Vision has a brand new digital television channel after the British Museum launched its dedicated channel offering on the digital television service.
The new video on demand channel from the institution is a first for the 165 year old museum and is available at no extra cost to BT Vision subscribers. The new digital television channel will show a range of films and lectures from the British Museum.
The documentaries featured from the video on demand channel will include Journeys of Faith, Great Leaders and Shakespeare as a range of different topics will be covered off and shown from the museum.
The new channel on BT Vision will also show a range of long and short films which will be linked to current exhibitions which are on display at the British Museum, and the new digital television channel will also be backed up by a dedicated website and YouTube channel.
BT Vision chief executive Marc Watson was thrilled at the prospect of the new channel being launched on the BT Vision service, he said “Our customers can visit the museum without leaving their armchairs and see captivating stories of humanity, from civilisations which disappeared thousands of years ago to the world we live in today,”
Whilst the director of public engagement at the British Museum Joanna Mackle added, “This is a really exciting collaboration. BT Vision is a wonderful way to widen access to some fascinating documentaries from the British Museum.”
“We are keen to share our content freely and as widely to allow as many people as possible access to the collections and the wonderful stories it tells.”
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