Smithsonian HD expands in Canada

The Canadian HD broadcaster High Fidelity HDTV Inc, has signed an exclusive agreement with Smithsonian Networks to broadcast on three of its four high-definition channels including Oasis HD, Equator HD and Treasure HD. The broadcasts are scheduled to start within weeks.

Smithsonian Channel HD covers all genres of programming including history, wildlife,
technology, culture and children’s programs. “Smithsonian Networks programming is a perfect fit for our suite of all-HD channels, and we are very proud to be able to offer it for the first time to Canadian viewers,” says John Panikkar, Partner and Co-Founder of
High Fidelity HDTV Inc.

Smithsonian Channel HD builds much of its programming from the assets of the Smithsonian Institution, which boasts being the world’s largest museum and research complex. Some of its documentaries include “World’s Finest Cars”, “America’s Treasures”, “Unbelievable Flying Objects”, “Batwomen of Panama”, and “Legendary Coins from the Smithsonian”.

High Fidelity HDTV is an all-HD broadcast and production house based in Canada. It broadcasts four high-definition channels that include Oasis HD, Equator HD, Treasure HD and Rush HD.

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