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BT Vision (IPTV) Boosts Content
By: MarkJ - 10 April, 2006 (8:47 AM)

BT has concluded deals that will allow its new Internet TV (IPTV) service, BT Vision, to offer more than 500 concerts and performances by some of the world’s biggest music artists:

BT has agreed deals with i-concerts and Eagle Rock - two of the most respected providers of long-form music video content – to provide a wide range of concerts and music documentaries on-demand. The concert programming covers a wide variety of genres including rock, pop, urban and ‘alternative’, to jazz and classical music.

i-concerts’ potential line-up includes big names such as Franz Ferdinand, Keane, Bon Jovi, Andrea Bocelli, Billy Joel, Pavarotti, Roxy Music and Sheryl Crow. Viewers will also be able to pick from a wide choice of up-to-the-minute indie acts such as Pixies, Morrissey and Muse.

Eagle Rock programming includes classic and contemporary concerts and documentary profiles from its Eagle Vision portfolio including Alice Cooper, Brutally Live, Atomic Kitten, Right Here Right Now; Beach Boys, Fatboy Slim, Big Beach Boutique; Miles Davis: Miles Electric,, Usher: Live 2002; and The Who: Live at the Isle of Wight.

Sadly many people in the UK are unable to receive a good Freeview reception, while others continue to suffer due to being on the slower speed end of broadband services.

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