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Curiosity Channel Expands Global Footprint with Launch On Australia’s Fetch TV
Silver Spring, Md. — Curiosity Inc. (NASDAQ: CURI), a leading global factual media and entertainment company, today announced a partnership with Australia’s Fetch to bring the Curiosity Channel to subscribers of its world-class entertainment aggregation platform.
The Curiosity Channel, part of Curiosity’s global brand, will provide Fetch subscribers with immediate access to award-winning films, series, and shows that explore science, technology, history, nature, travel, and more. Fan-favorite titles coming to Fetch on the Curiosity Channel include Engineering the Future, History by the Numbers, Planet Insect, and Red Elvis.
“Curiosity is committed to serving a global audience, and strategic distribution partnerships are critical to our effort,” said Bakori Davis, Global Head of Partnerships and Distribution at Curiosity. “We have long said that nothing travels and translates as well as factual content, and we are thrilled to partner with Fetch TV to introduce the Curiosity brand and Curiosity Channel to new viewers.”
Sam Hall, Chief Content and Commercial Officer, Fetch TV, added “We are delighted to partner with Curiosity to bring a wealth of new premium factual programming to Fetch’s curious audience.”
Curiosity Channel (CH 127) launches on Fetch on April 1st, 2023, with inclusion in the Fetch Knowledge Pack – focusing on news, documentary, and lifestyle channels – as well as the Fetch Ultimate Pack of 40+ channels. Fetch subscribers to these channel packs can watch Curiosity’s premium documentary films and series live or on demand, on TV and on the Fetch Mobi App, with “start over” available for most linear channel programs.
Curiosity is committed to providing the highest quality factual content across the globe. Driven by the flagship SVOD Curiosity Stream, Curiosity works with global partners in myriad ways to serve regional and local audiences, including the linear Curiosity Channel, which features programming lineups with content relevant to regional and local markets. Around the globe, Curiosity content is offered in 11 languages, including English, Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Dutch, Russian, German, Slovenian, and Mandarin.