Fox International Channels’ National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild have launched on the Orange pay TV platform in France. National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild have been available to Orange pay TV subscribers from May 22 in SD and HD formats. The latest distribution deal means that the channels will increase their distribution in France to over nine million subscribers for National Geographic Channel and eight million for Nat Geo Wild. According to Fox, citing French ratings agency Mediametrie, National Geographic Channel has increased its viewership in France by 48% year-on-year, while Nat Geo Wild has recorded audience growth of 56% in the last year.
A spate of new contenders for the Channel 6 local TV franchise have emerged, including Channel Four and a consortium that includes Scottish consultancy New Media Partners. The Guardian reports that the broadcaster put through its proposal three days after the deadline of last Monday as it was debated by the main board of directors. BSkyB have also indicated today that it was in talks with Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt about how it could help local broadcasters use its broadband network, though it is unlikely to be a bidder for the national channel.
It is thought that Channel 4 has decided it cannot risk losing out on national advertising revenue and sit back while a potential competitor opens for business.

TripleSee, a consortium of independent media companies TwoFour, Maidthorn Partners and New Media Partners are the latest bidders to stake a claim for ownership of the new channel. A full list of interested bidders is expected to revealed soon by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
We've launched an all-new version of Coloribus.It's a brand new set of tools for the perfect workflow. The Colorado medical and recreational cannabis communities are put under the lens of reality television tonight. Tonight, National Geographic Channel will air the first episode American Weed, the latest weed-themed reality TV show to hit the mainstream. The first episode (and from what we can tell, most of the season) seems to focus on Budding Health owner Josh Stanley, who's listed as a Fort Collins dispensary owner.
Working with cable partner Comcast, the C-SPAN producing team will take specially outfitted Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) into Tuscaloosa, Alabama starting March 19th-23rd, 2016, visiting various literary and historic sites to interview local historians, authors and civic leaders over the week. The Tuscaloosa spotlight programming recorded can be seen on C-SPAN the weekend of April 16-17, 2016 (Comcast channel 18).

When you have confirmed your password, you will be able to log in through Facebook on both sites. Sign up to have exclusive B101.7 Insiders Club contests, events, coupons, presales, and much more delivered to you for FREE. The prestige of the channels under the National Geographic brand is very strong, and represents the benchmark for documentary TV-making,” said Guillaume Lacroix, director of partnership and TV services and video at Orange.
There are said to have been 31 expressions of interest by the deadline, of which five are for services in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland. The show details his outdoor (outdoor?!) grow facility in the mountains and his role in the unsuccessful fight against the Fort Collins dispensary ban. The footage and personalities might make compelling television for anyone outside of Colorado, but I'm wondering just how relevant (or accurate) it will be to those of us living here.

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