YourTV to launch on Virgin TV for all customers
19 July 2018
Virgin TV has bolstered its entertainment offering with the addition of YourTV to its platform and will be available to all customers.
YourTV, owned by Fox Networks Group UK, offers a thrilling line-up of addictive US dramas, sensational real-life stories and shocking true crime documentaries. From popular crime procedurals to unbelievable accounts of wrong-doing, YourTV makes for compulsive viewing.
YourTV’s most popular dramas include hit US series Bones (featuring Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz); investigative crime procedural Castle (Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic) and medical drama Body of Proof (featuring Dana Delany).
It is also home to Corrupt Crimes, a detailed look at some of the most shocking recent crime stories complete with expert analysis, and Crimes of the Rich and Famous, which delves into the fascinating and outrageous scandals conjured up by celebrities in positions of wealth and power.
All Virgin TV customers can watch YourTV on channel 218 from Saturday 21 July.
David Bouchier, Chief Digital Entertainment Officer at Virgin Media, said: “Fans of quality drama, real-life stories and true crime will enjoy everything that YourTV has to offer. This channel is a great addition to Virgin TV’s line up and we know our customers will love it.”
Colin McLeod, General Manager Fox Networks Group UK, added: “I am thrilled YourTV is now available to all Virgin TV customers. Featuring hugely popular US dramas, sensational real-life stories and shocking true crime documentaries, YourTV provides your daily dose of must-see TV.”
YourTV on Virgin TV
- All Virgin TV customers can watch YourTV on channel 218 from Saturday 21 July.
Notes to editors
About Virgin Media
Virgin Media offers four multi award-winning services across the UK and Ireland: broadband, TV, mobile phone and landline.
Our dedicated, ultrafast network delivers the fastest widely-available broadband speeds to homes and businesses and we’re expanding this through our Project Lightning programme, which could extend our network to up to 17 million premises.
Our interactive Virgin TV service brings live TV, thousands of hours of on-demand programming and the best apps and games to customers through a set-top box, as well as on-the-go through tablets and smartphones.
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Virgin Media is part of Liberty Global, the world’s largest international TV and broadband company. Liberty Global connects 22 million customers through operations in 11 countries across Europe subscribing to 46 million TV, broadband internet and telephony services. It also serves 7 million mobile subscribers and offers WiFi service through 12 million access points across its footprint.
YourTV is Fox Networks Group UK’s first free to air entertainment channel, offering a thrilling line-up of addictive dramas and shocking real-life stories . From popular crime procedurals such as Castle, Bones and Sea Patrol to unbelievable accounts of wrongdoing and audacious characters in true-crime series Murder She Solved and Corrupt Crimes, YourTV makes for compulsive viewing.
About Fox Networks Group
Fox Networks Group (FNG) is a primary operating unit of 21st Century Fox (NASDAQ:FOXA). FNG consists of Fox Television Group, which includes Fox Broadcasting Company and 20th Century Fox Television; Fox Sports Media Group; Fox Cable Networks, which includes FX Networks and National Geographic Partners; and Fox Networks Group Europe, Asia and Latin America. Together these units create, program and distribute the world’s most popular entertainment, sports and nonfiction programming.
Jamie Clarke, Virgin Media – 0333 000 2984, email@example.com
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