English Club TV: Watch In Thailand

Saturday, 25 April 2015

On April 25, 2015 ECTV NETWORK LIMITED and MCOT PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED signed a two-year agreement to bring English Club TV educational programmes to the TV audience in Thailand.

English Club TV Channel provides exclusive rights for broadcasting the City Grammar and Art Land programmes on the network of MCOT. Also English Club TV programmes will be distributed for viewers in Thailand through the Social Media Platforms, IPTV, FTA and Pay TV.

Andrew Semchenko, CEO of the English Club TV Group, announced:

“We are glad that people in Thailand will have an opportunity to watch some of our programmes and hope our TV shows are interesting and useful for the TV viewers. City Grammar will be helpful for Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate level students who want to improve their English grammar. The idea of this programme is to learn basic grammar rules in the environment around us. Art Land is another programme which is targeted at kids. Watching Art Land children can develop their artistic skills as well as enrich their English vocabulary. Thus, English Club TV programmes are aimed at people of different ages, interests and needs, so I am sure we will find an audience in Thailand”.

ECTV Network is a part of English Club TV Group. The English Club TV Group is a group of production, education and distribution companies that operates worldwide in the field of English language teaching under the brands of “ENGLISH CLUB TV” and “ECTV”. English Club TV is an educational channel for those who study English. It is broadcast in more than 94 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and Middle East. For more information please visit our website http://english-club.tv/news/.

MCOT Public Company Limited is a state enterprise under the supervision of the Office of the Prime Minister. It was registered as a public company limited on August 17, 2004 through privatization of the Mass Communication Organization of Thailand. The core businesses fully operated by MCOT Plc. are Modernine TV, MCOT Radio Network and the Thai News Agency.