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Universal launches live music FAST channel

Universal launches live music FAST channel
Universal launches a new FAST channel called GIGS, featuring music from artists including The Cure, Def Leppard, The Police and The Rolling Stones.

Universal Music Group's Mercury Studios has announced the launch of a new FAST channel called GIGS.

The new station - available via Samsung TV Plus - features a lineup of documentaries and live performances from across UMG's audio-visual catalogue, including artists such as The Cure, Def Leppard, The Police and The Rolling Stones.

Alice Webb, CEO of Mercury Studios, said: "Music plays an important role in people's lives, which is why we are excited to bring our unrivalled audio-visual catalogue to the world of FAST with our new channel, GIGS, exclusively on Samsung TV Plus.

"Like us, Samsung are a bastion of quality and creativity – making them a perfect partner for Mercury Studio's premium collection of global music content."

Samsung TV Plus, which offers a lineup of over 150 free channels, is available on all Samsung Smart TVs from 2016 and Galaxy smartphones and tablets.

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