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Fetch TV and Discovery channel declares their partnership agreement

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Fetch TV and Discovery channel declares their partnership agreement

Entertainment platform Fetch TV and Discovery, Inc. have declared a long-term extension of their channel partnership agreement, covering Discovery’s complete suite of eight channels – Discovery, Discovery Turbo, Investigation Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, HGTV, Travel Channel, and Food Network.

Sam Hall, Fetch TV’s chief content and the commercial officer said: “We are delighted to continue our long relationship with Discovery Inc, delivering Fetch subscribers eight channels with much-loved content including Outback Opal Hunters (above), Aussie Gold Hunters, and Crikey, It’s the Irwin’s.

“Channels remain an important and compelling part of the Fetch content aggregation model, and with this latest deal coming on the back of recent long-term renewals with BBC, ViacomCBS and NBCU, Fetch continues to bring our audience an extensive range of high-quality channels from the very best content providers around the globe.”

Discovery senior VP and general manager, Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific

Islands, Glen Kyne, said: “We’re incredibly pleased to renew our partnership with Fetch and continue to provide Australians with the shows they know and love, including the best of Discovery’s factual, reality, documentary, and lifestyle content.

“We have a strong relationship with Fetch and this agreement ensures this will continue into the future.”

Fetch subscribers can see the premium documentary, lifestyle, and entertainment content from Discovery, live or on-demand, on TV, and the Fetch Mobi App, with “start over” accessible for the majority of linear channel programs.

The Discovery Inc. channels are accessible in the Fetch Ultimate pack with 48 channels for $20 per month, and in the Fetch $6 per month ‘Skinny’ Packs, still the same cost as when they were presented over five years ago.

How to get Fetch TV

Fetch TV partners with internet service providers Optus, TPG Vodafone (iiNet, Internode, and Westnet), Vocus (Dodo and iPrimus), and Aussie Broadband alongside retailers Harvey Norman, JB Hi-Fi, Bing Lee, and The Good Guys to give subscribers an entertainment service delivered to the TV over a broadband connection with a set-top box.

Notwithstanding a 1 terabyte personal video recorder for recording TV, the content line-up incorporates an in-home movie store with over 9,500 titles including the latest new releases, a TV store with leading TV shows to buy, leading SVOD services Netflix, Stan, Amazon Prime Video, Britbox, Paramount+, hayu and more, free to air and subscription catch-up TV services, Pay per View access to UFC, apps to UFC, apps including YouTube, as well as the option to add subscription entertainment channel packs from significant content providers.

Fetch subscribers can see the premium documentary, lifestyle, and entertainment content from Discovery, live or on-demand, on TV and on the Fetch Mobi App, with ‘Start Over’ accessible for most linear channel programs.

The Discovery Inc. channels are accessible in the Fetch Ultimate pack with 48 channels for just $20 per month, and in the Fetch $6 per month ‘Skinny’ Packs, which stay at a similar low cost as when they were presented north of five years prior.

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