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Titanic Hotel Belfast strikes unique deal with Titanic Channel TV

Friday, 23 February 2018
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TitanicChannel.tv and Titanic Hotel Belfast will stream documentary and feature film content into bedrooms.

Titanic Hotel Belfast and US-based TitanicChannel.tv have reached a service agreement for a new venture which will broadcast original Titanic documentary programmes to guest bedrooms.

The TV schedule for the hotel has been carefully curated to appeal to both the casual viewer and also to Titanic enthusiasts. Documentaries include local features on Titanic Belfast and the Titanic Foundation with interviews with Belfast personalities Colin Cobb, Paul Louden Brown, and Kerrie Sweeney. Broader international subjects are covered including The Making of James Cameron's Titanic Movie, documentaries on the ship, the crew and passengers.. 

John Paul Doherty, creative director of Harcourt Group which owns seven hotels world-wide including the Titanic Hotels in Belfast and Liverpool, says the deal is unusual and provides guests with an unparalleled Titanic experience.

“This is a world-first for hotel entertainment options. TitanicChannel.tv has produced a schedule of unique and fascinating documentaries, especially curated for the hotel presented by world-renowned Titanic expert hosts,” says Mr Doherty. “This means that guests will experience something not available anywhere else.”

TitanicChannel.tv is a US-based production company creating original premium daily programming on all things Titanic presented by Channel hosts Ken Marschall, Bill Sauders, Charles Haas and others. The producers have 25 years of experience in documentary and reality TV programming. Credits include: NBC, CBS, Sony, Animal Planet, PBS, Hallmark & Lifetime.

“We are very pleased and proud to have the channel available in this wonderful hotel in the very heart of the Titanic world and appreciate the unique opportunity provided by Mr. Doherty.  We are looking forward to along association with Belfast and the Titanic Quarter”, says Titanic Channel co-founder and Executive Producer Don Baret.