SCI-FI-LONDON.TV Online Broadcast Channel Launches

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A new film channel showcasing science fiction and fantastic film launches today. This exciting development sees the SCI-FI-LONDON film festival extend its web offering to include the free-to-view online TV style station. The festival has been running for 6 years and is now presenting movies free to anyone on the web. http://www.sci-fi-london.tv

A new film channel showcasing science fiction and fantastic film launches today. This exciting development sees SCI-FI-LONDON extend its web offering to include the free-to-view online station.

SCI-FI-LONDON.TV will deliver unique on-demand programming content across several strands including: SCI-FI-LONDON film festival movies, international shorts, documentaries and classic features. A regular news round-up show, focusing on current sci-fi and film-related stories, will add a topical element to the schedule.

As an interesting twist, SCI-FI-LONDON.TV will also broadcast content over limited seasons. Movies that would not normally be available free on the web will get a time limited airing on the channel.

As for the user experience and technical aspects, SCI-FI-LONDON.TV uses Adobe's FlashPlayer which 98% of the world's computers utilise: no need for any plug-ins or software downloads. The films are all arranged by category to make browsing for that off-beat 50s science fiction classic as easy as rummaging through the channel's archive of sci-fi short film.

SCI-FI-LONDON.TV's Head of Acquisitions, Louis Savy says:
"It is a natural progression to develop an online film channel associated with SCI-FI-LONDON. The film festival is held annually but our activity continues throughout the year. We already provide a busy news site at http://www.sci-fi-london.com and now SCI-FI-LONDON.TV will deliver a platform for the best fantastic film content online."

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