Sail TV to cover London Boat Show
The UK's National Boat Shows (NBS), organisers of the London International Boat Show
, has confirmed that it is currently working with 24-hour internet broadband
channel Sail TV
to bring next year's boat show to a global audience. As part of the deal, Sail TV will produce regular news and features filmed throughout the show and will broadcast the events
every evening at www.sail.tv
The channel will also broadcast feature items from various locations throughout the show, which runs from January 5-14 at the ExCel Exhibition Centre in London's Docklands. In addition, a number of plasma screens situated throughout the venue (ie in the Guinness stand and as part of the Inland Waterways feature) will offer boat show news and features.
Sail TV is a free internet
protocol television (IPTV) channel, also known as Broadband
TV. Officially launched at the London Boat Show in January 2006, the website offers full-screen delivery
of its content to a global audience of over 250 million broadband users, with 24-hour, 365 days of scheduled programming.