English Club TV on PostTV in Luxembourg
December 21, 2018
Alteox media consulting has the pleasure to announce that English Club TV, the famous channel for English learning, is coming to PostTV in Luxembourg.
From beginner to advanced, every English learner can find the best-suitable material for his or her language level! With a variety of programmes all developed by teachers and methodologists, learning the foreign language is an audio-visual adventure.
This market entry will benefit many people in Luxembourg, as the country is becoming increasingly international, with English as the main connecting language. Communicative approaches foster learning, so the audience can improve their knowledge and skills.
PostTV, the IPTV product of POST, offers the largest extent of IPTV in Luxembourg with over 400 channels. English Club TV will be available to customers via TV or through the companion app, which makes access easier – wherever the user is. Learning English has never been so easy, fun, and entertaining.
Alteox is the exclusive content aggregator for POST Luxembourg. The consulting company played a crucial role in establishing relations between the channel and the distributor. The pioneering offer of POST Luxembourg consists of only the most popular and high-quality channels, now at last including the English Club TV channel.
“It’s a pleasure to welcome English Club TV in Luxembourg, and it’s an honour that we were able to connect the channel with the biggest distributor in Luxembourg,” said Sven Breckler, CEO of Alteox. “From now on, every individual eager to learn or improve their skills in English, can easily achieve that goal.”
Andrew Semchenko, CEO of the English Club TV channel, says: “The recent studies show that 40% of people living in Luxembourg consider English as one of the two most useful languages in the country, 71% think their children should learn it. As far as I know English is not taught at primary schools in Luxembourg. So, watching English Club TV channel will help children take their first steps in learning English and encourage them to develop their creativity.”