UK rail and coach passengers can now watch premium international documentaries from global membership V0D streaming service DocuBay, thanks to a partnership with onbaord infotainment provider GoMedia.
Available on Avanti West Coast, TransPennine Express, South Western Railway, National Express and West Midlands Railway services in the UK, passengers will now have access to a range of complimentary documentaries via the onboard GoMedia platform.
D Girish, Vice President of Strategy at DocuBay, said: “We’re thrilled to partner with GoMedia to bring DocuBay’s broad catalogue of premium international documentary features to passengers traveling across the UK. With films from all over the world and a wide variety of genres — including but not limited to sports, science, culture, history and true crime — these fascinating and relevant stories will appeal to a large segment of audience wherever they may be heading. We look forward to continuing to grow DocuBay’s global OneTribe community.”
Roger Matthews, Managing Director at GoMedia adds: “In a world of social media and fake news it’s safe to say that the documentary genre is at the forefront of viewer demand. That’s why we’re excited to partner with DocuBay to showcase its range of international documentary films on our onboard platform. The longer length offers great entertainment for leisure and business travellers, allowing viewers to explore a different world, dive into history or learn something new on their daily commute.”
Passengers can access documentary content via the GoMedia platform by logging onto their rail or coach operator’s complimentary WiFi via their smartphone or tablet and opening the web browser.