medici.tv Launches Spanish-Language Content Across Website
The world's leading classical music channel, medici.tv, expands access of its website with the launch of Spanish-language content across the portal. With this new addition to the website, medici.tv's vast catalog of live and archival performances featuring today's greatest musicians will be more accessible to audiences around the globe.
With over 6.6 million annual viewers and 280,000 subscribers from over 180 countries, medici.tv has maintained a steadily growing global viewership for ten years. In offering viewers the option to experience the platform in one of three preferred languages (adding to English and French), medici.tv is responding to the expanding demographics of its viewers, which includes Spanish-speaking viewers in Europe, and across North and South America. Viewers wishing to use medici.tv in Spanish will be able to do so easily, by changing the language option via the header or footer of the website, or by updating their language preferences in their account profile. Upon selecting Spanish as the preferred language, menu options, video descriptions previews and other details will immediately appear in Spanish.
"Over the past decade, medici.tv has grown to become the exclusive destination to experience the best musical performances from all corners of the globe," says Hervé Boissiere, founder and CEO of medici.tv. "As our audience has grown, so too have our options for making it easy to watch. We're proud to launch Spanish-language content across our platform, welcoming more music lovers to the international medici.tv community."
About medici.tv Heralded by The New York Times as 'the closest thing to a classical Netflix', medici.tv brings live classical music to passionate fans worldwide. Since its founding in 2008, it has captured the leading classical artists, ensembles and orchestras' concerts from the world's great concert halls, music festivals and competitions. As the largest online platform for classical music, it offers over 100 live performances throughout the year and a vast catalog of 3,000 works of classical music, concerts, operas, documentaries, master classes, behind-the-scenes and interviews, all streamed in high-quality. medici.tv is available on all devices - desktop, smartphone, tablet and TV via AirPlay and Chromecast. www.medici.tv