Amazon Prime Video is to offer channels MyZen TV and Museum TV to users in India.
The two theme-based linear channels, part of SECOM, the French group that operates cable and satellite channels in over 90 countries, will be available with an add-on subscription for Prime members in India at INR199 per annum each.
MyZen TV and Museum TV, as part of the Amazon Prime Channels offering, will offer Prime members their mix of original and exclusive productions, as well as SECOM’s SVOD offerings across lifestyle, real-life documentaries, health and wellness, fine arts and photography.
MyZen TV, distributed in 85 countries, offers content on wellness, health, beauty, cooking, home, garden, ecology, travel and life changes.
Distributed in 55 countries worldwide, Museum TV is dedicated to visual arts, with a catalogue of programmes that cover fine art, street art, comics, digital art, photography, video art, architecture, and design.
Prime Video Channels provides access to titles across 16 OTT services, including MyZen TV, Museum TV, discovery+, Lionsgate Play, Eros Now, MUBI, Acorn TV, hoichoi, AMC+, VR OTT, Docubay, Manorama Max, iWonder, Stingray, Nammaflix and Shorts TV.
Note from BCE
BCE, a European leader in media services, system integration, and software development, in the areas of television, radio, production, post-production, telecommunication, and IT, facilitated the distribution of SECOM’s channels to AWS, enabling this new distribution through Amazon Prime.
SECOM has been steadily growing since its inception, publishing 12 television channels distributed in 98 countries. As a customer of BCE, SECOM had selected BCE’s playout solution, Start and Play, for its ability to broadcast its channels to multiple countries located in the EMEA and USA regions. Its two theme-based linear channels, MyZen TV and Museum TV, will now be available on Amazon Prime Video in India, thanks to BCE’s distribution of the channels to AWS (Amazon Web Services).