10 MAY 2021

MEZZO LIVE HD EXPANDS TO VIETNAM WITH K+ LAUNCH

The jazz musical TV platform, distributed by Thema, will air on channel #95. It will be available on all of K+'s subscription packages, which include DTH, K+ TV Box, and App K+.

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Canal+ Group company Thema, has launched Mezzo Live HD on K+ platform in Vietnam, K+, a brand of the Vietnam Satellite Television. in collaboration with VSTV and Mezzo. "After a presence in many other Asian countries, I am delighted that Mezzo Live HD is now available in Vietnam with K+. The channel will bring best in class classical music to Vietnamese viewers with its 100% live and great performances.” said Sylvie Michel, THEMA Deputy CEO. 

The outlet offering classical music, jazz and dance on television,has aired on the platform on channel #95, showcasing international performances to its Vietnamese classical music lovers audience. It is now accessible in the basic offers of all K+ subscription packages, which include DTH, K+ TV Box, and App K+.

By launching Mezzo Live HD, K+ fulfills its commitment of providing exclusive "immersing foreign entertainment" to its customers as it also becomes the exclusive agent licensed by the government broadcasting the channel in Vietnam.

Mezzo Live HD, whose international distribution is handled by THEMA, will provide every month a localized opera, starting this very month with "La Traviata.""Connecting more people to the outstanding artists we broadcast is our daily challenge and a constant target since we started over 20 years ago. We are so pleased to see Mezzo Live HD now available in Vietnam. This new opportunity with K+ marks a big step in our Asian presence, a continent which is full of amazing musicians and a fast-growing community of classical music lovers", said Hervé Boissière, Mezzo Live HD CEO.  



After a presence in many other Asian countries, I am delighted that Mezzo Live HD is now available in Vietnam with K+. The channel will bring best in class classical music to Vietnamese viewers with its 100% live and great performances.” Sylvie Michel CEO, THEMA Deputy