Fly Programming Music was music, focusing on music and special programs where artists interviewed or covered festivals. The channel began broadcasting on November 30, 2005, day of the beginning of the new digital terrestrial television in Spain, with restricted hours, from 19:00 until 01:00. During the early days of video blocks Fly issued. A few months after the channel began to expand its programming, reaching the 2 major programs during the existence of the chain: The Flyer, which left room for music news, and Top Fly, Fly charts of Music. During that time, the chain began covering festivals like Metrorock, Summercase or the International Festival of Benicassim, and began to sponsor events.
Fly Music was a music theme channel aired video DTT and that it covered several music festivals in Spain. Was also available on platforms Euskaltel Superbanda, Imagenio and ONO.1 The channel belongs to the group Vocento, issued in a limited period of time a day and was produced by Europroducciones. This channel remained on the air since November 30, 2005 until June 30, 2008, the day the emissions ceased to make way for Disney Channel children's channel.
Fly Music took a course specializing in indie music and groups of international character, but also left room for some trade issues, focusing also on the record market developments. The network strengthened its schedule with new venues such as Fly Series (theme dedicated to artists) or Fly Up (music in the morning) and the space devoted to independent artists and experimental music, Cara B (at dawn). The channel expanded its schedule at 13:00 in early 2007, moving to start at 7:00 on October 8, 2007. However, the channel failed a prominent audience data for Vocento, which decided to reduce the channel time blocks giving way to shopping channel from 11 February 2008, concentrating channel times 7:00 to 13:00 and 19:00 to 02:00. However, festival coverage was expanded and continued working on the supply of new artists and concerts. Following the entry of Disney in the shareholding of Vocento in 2008, the U.S. group announced it would begin issuing its channel, Disney Channel, open for the whole country from July 1, 2008, which became official on May 28 for the frequency channel previously occupied musical.2 So Fly Music stopped airing on June 30 of that year.
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Fly Channel Official details
- Owned by:Sociedad Gestora de Television
- Country: Spain
- Website: http://www.flychannel.com