Fetch TV and Paramount Australia have announced an agreement on a long-term extension of their channel partnership which will see a slew of new and current channels delivered to Fetch TV’s audience.
The partnership will expand to add MTV 90s and MTV 00s as two new genre-based music channels, and will see MTV Classic rebranded as MTV 80s to complete the deep dive into the decadent decades of music.
In addition, the existing line-up continues to include music and entertainment favourites with MTV, MTV Hits, Club MTV and CMT plus children’s favourites Nick, Nick Jr. and Nick Music.
Fetch is a key partner for Paramount Australia, with the platform carrying 10 channels in total.
Sam Hall, Chief Content and Commercial Officer of Fetch TV said: “We are delighted to work with the Paramount’s music masters at MTV to enhance our music line up with dedicated decade channels bringing better music choice to the Fetch audience.”
Daniel Monaghan, Senior Vice President, Content and Programming Paramount Australia said: “This partnership with Fetch gives Australian audiences more ways to watch our music and children’s content with easy access to iconic brands and franchises including MTV and Nickelodeon.”