Insight TV joins Amazon Channels

Insight TV's shows are now available to Prime members through Amazon Channels
Insight TV is a broadcaster and producer of native UHD HDR content.
Insight TV is a broadcaster and producer of native UHD HDR content.

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Insight TV, a UHD broadcaster and producer of native UHD HDR content, has announced a major distribution deal with Amazon as part of its new Amazon Channels service. The deal sees Insight TV deliver its HD SVOD and linear TV services to Amazon Prime members in the UK and Germany.

Amazon Channels allows Prime members to add channel subscriptions for a low monthly subscription fee, available individually without the need to sign up for a bundle or enter a lengthy contract. Subscribers will be able to watch hundreds of hours of Insight TV’s unique creative content, which includes shows such as Access all Areas, King of the Hammers, Masters of Dirt, THRU and MTB Heroes.

“We have made several announcements regarding new distribution opportunities globally in the past few months and we’re delighted to announce this new deal with Amazon,” says Natalie Boot, director of digital, Insight TV. Being a part of the new Amazon Channels line up gives viewers a chance to enjoy the vast range of action adventure content that Insight TV provides based on global trending topics.”

Amazon Channels are available via the existing Prime Video app to watch anytime, anywhere through the Amazon Video app on smart TVs, iOs and Android mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire tablets and games consoles and through the web.

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