KT Olleh TV, an HD IPTV service provided by South Korea´s largest telecom operator KT Corporation, is adding Da Vinci Learning, the Berlin-based educational channel for kids and families, to its offer. Da Vinci Learning will be available on channel number 224 to subscribers of the OTV 15/25/34 premium package.
Da Vinci learning offers educational programming to kids age 6 to 12, families and adults alike, with shows and documentaries covering a vast range of educational subjects, such as science, history, geography, mathematics, art and the natural world. Schedules are dedicated to children in the morning, while families enjoy afternoon programming together and adults can watch stimulating documentaries throughout the evening, always deepening their knowledge of the world around us.
Ferdinand Habsburg, founder and CEO of Da Vinci Media said, “We are very pleased for the opportunity to showcase the high quality knowledge programming of Da Vinci Learning in Korea, together with KT. I believe that the channel will help turn passive observation into a meaningful and fun experience, inviting both young and older Korean audiences to take the lifelong journey of learning together.”
Head of Distribution at LYD Networks, who secured carriage of the channel, Ari Park comments on the launch: “LYD is delighted that KT has decided to launch the Da Vinci Learning linear channel for the first time in Korea. The unique educational approach of Da Vinci Learning is something that has been missing in the market and we think the response will be great.”