History has launched in Hungary on cable operator FiberNet, covering all 77 headends with a fully localised version in Hungarian.
“We are extremely excited that FiberNet’s analogue subscribers can now access History as part of the extended basic tier,” said Christina Foley, commercial director, AETN UK, in a statement. “No matter if our audience is watching the barbarian battles of the past or exploring the world after human life ceases to exist; History offers compelling programming that makes the past relevant to a contemporary audience”
Mihály Müller, media director, FiberNet, said “History is one of the most interesting channels we have added to our offer in 2010. It is our strategic goal to deliver best quality programming to our customers. I’m pleased with our new partnership with AETN UK, as it enables us to expand our offer by new valuable additions such as History.”
In addition to FiberNet, the channel is also available in Hungary via cable operators UPC, T-Kabel, PR Telecom, Tarr, Zelka, Antenna Digital, Rubicom and Vidanet; and DTH platform T-Sat.