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Stingray iConcerts

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Stingray iConcerts
Stingray Concerts.png
Stingray iConcerts logo
CountryCanada
Broadcast areaCanada
Europe
HeadquartersMontreal, Quebec
Programming
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerStingray Group
Sister channelsStingray Classica
Stingray Djazz
Stingray Lite TV
History
LaunchedSeptember 2003; 17 years ago (2003-09)
Former namesCanada:
Concert TV (2003-2015)
Stingray Concerts (2015-2017)
Europe:
iConcerts (2006-2017)
WebsiteStingray iConcerts
Availability
Cable
Caiway (Netherlands)Channel 116
DELTA (Netherlands)Channel 216
NOS (Portugal)Channel 162
Satellite
Canal Digitaal (Netherlands)Channel 94
IPTV
T-Mobile (Netherlands)Channel 228
Free (France)Channel 267 (SD)
Channel 268 (HD)
Bouygues Telecom (France)Channel 172
Elisa (Finland)Channel 765

Stingray iConcerts is a Canadian-based video-on-demand television channel broadcasting full-length live musical performances from various genres of music. The channel is owned by the Stingray Group.

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History

Original logo used until 2011
Original logo used until 2011

Stingray Concerts was founded as an independent company by Jeff Shultz and Michael Shimbo[1] in September 2003 as Concert TV.[2] It was originally exclusively available in the United States and focused on broadcasting recordings of live musical performances and documentaries from various musical genres and acts. Under the management of Shultz and Shimbo, the company secured distribution with Comcast, Charter, Cox, DirecTV, and other cable, satellite and IP TV operators[1] as well as partnerships with MTV,[3] and the BBC.[4] The company's early advertising customers included Cingular (AT&T Wireless), Warner Bros. and Paramount.[5]

In January 2009, in an effort to expand its television offerings, Mag Rack Entertainment (later renamed Interactivation) purchased the company for an undisclosed price.[1]

In a move aimed at divesting itself of assets to focus on health-related content, Interactivation announced it was selling Concert TV to Stingray Digital in August 2010.[6] During the announcement, Stingray Digital declared its intentions to expand Concert TV to other areas in the US and into Canada. After the purchase, Concert TV's headquarters were moved from the U.S. to Stingray's head office in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Concert TV began launching on various Canadian television service providers' systems throughout 2011.[7][8] Meanwhile, as Concert TV was reaching agreements[9] for carriage and launching on various Canadian television systems, Stingray was granted approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in September 2011 to launch a 24-hour linear television service called Concert TV, described as "a national, English-language specialty Category B service devoted to current and historical music concerts from a wide variety of music genres and related programming."[10]

second Concert TV logo 2011-2015
second Concert TV logo 2011-2015

In November 2015, Concert TV was re-branded Stingray Concerts as part of a wider initiative to group all Stingray products under the same brand name. The channel was subsequently merged with iConcerts, a channel that Stingray purchased in late 2015, and was renamed Stingray iConcerts on February 23, 2017.[11]

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