By Daniel Hunter
Green.TV has launched the first environmental channel on Sony BRAVIA® TVs, Blu-ray™ Disc and Network Media players. From today (Tuesday), viewers in Europe, USA, Canada, CIS and Latin America will be able to watch on-demand environmental and sustainability programmes on their Sony connected TVs and other devices through the Sony Entertainment Network.
Ade Thomas, Green.TV’s founder said: “We are delighted to become the first environmental channel on the Sony Entertainment Network. The appetite for high quality, informative environmental videos is growing exponentially and, through Green.TV’s launch with Sony, viewers will now be able to watch hundreds of regularly updated films on topics such as cleantech, wildlife and travel on the biggest screen in their homes.
"We’re excited to be taking Green.TV onto Sony’s connected devices and placing environmental issues at the forefront of the latest entertainment technology.”
Green.TV is the leading global network specialising in environmental and sustainability films. Green.TV curate films from the world’s leading NGOs, UN agencies, non-greenwashing corporates and independent film-makers to inform and entertain our multi-platform audiences. Viewers are encourage to watch the videos, engage with the programmes and be inspired to take action.
The launch of Green.TV on the Sony Entertainment Network expands Green.TV’s existing content partnerships which include: iTunes, Aol, Nokia, Dailymotion, Blinkx and TES.
Green.TV can be found on the Sony Entertainment Network homepage alongside YouTube, LOVEFILM and BBC News.
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