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    Purescreens HD Nature launches on Free and Alice

    Purescreens HD Nature launches on Free and Alice


    By Robert Briel
    September 24, 2009

    Purescreens has announced its first distribution agreements in Europe with French IPTV operators Free and Alice to launch HD Nature on October 2.

    Purescreens HD Nature “aims to turn the TV screen into the most decorative item in the living room. This new service is for the moments when people are not watching traditional television shows, but don’t want their large flat-screen to be a dark stain on their walls.”

    Purescreens HD Nature is a sequence of shots of natural sites, filmed all over the globe from a fixed HD camera. The 10-minute unedited programmes reflect nature’s slow pace and convey, thanks to the hyper-realism of HD, the feeling of looking through an actual window to nature at its best.

    Purescreens HD Nature will broadcast 24/7. It will be offered for free during the first 3 months to all of Free and Alice’s 3.5 million IPTV subscribers. After this trial period, the service will be offered on an ŕ la carte basis

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    Re: Purescreens HD Nature launches on Free and Alice

    French IPTV operators add Purescreens HD Nature



    French telcos Alice and Free, both owned by the Iliad Group, have signed distribution agreements with Purescreens to add HD Nature to their respective IPTV services on October 2nd, marking Purescreens' first distribution agreements in Europe.

    Purescreens HD Nature is a new service designed for when people are not watching television shows, but wish instead to display a sequence of shots of the natural world, filmed around the globe by a fixed HD camera. The service offers 10-minute unedited programmes intended to reflect nature's slow pace and convey the sensation of looking through a window into the natural world.

    The service will be broadcast 24 hours a day, and will be offered for free during the first 3 months to all of the telcos' combined 3.5mn IPTV subscribers, after which it will be offered on an ŕ la carte basis.

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