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Fetch TV Renews Discovery Partnership

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Fetch TV and Discovery  have announced that their channel partnership agreement would be renewed and extended long term.

As part of the agreement, Fetch TV will cover all of Discovery’s 8 channels including Discovery, Discovery Turbo, Investigation Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet, HGTV, Travel Channel and Food Network.

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Fetch TV Chief Content and Commercial Officer Sam Hall stated “we are delighted to continue our long relationship with Discovery Inc, delivering Fetch subscribers eight channels with much loved content including Outback Opal Hunters, 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.”

Furthermore Glen Kyne, Discover Senior Vice President and General Manager, Australia, New Zealand & Pacific Islands 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.”

Subscribers of Fetch TV will have access to premium documentary, lifestyle and entertainment content from discovery, both live and on demand, via TV and the Fetch Mobile App. The Discovery Inc. channels are available either in the Fetch Ultimate pack, which offers 48 channels for only $20 each month, or in the Fetch ‘Skinny’ Packs for only $6 each month.

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