MUTV Relaunched In High Definition
Tue 15th Jul 2014 | Television & Broadcasting
MUTV, Manchester United’s in-house TV channel, is today celebrating a landmark moment as it starts transmitting in High Definition (HD) for the first time.
As part of the launch, which has seen the channel undergo a full brand refresh, supporters will have the exclusive opportunity to watch every one of Louis Van Gaal’s first four games in charge in HD during Tour 2014, presented by Aon in the United States.
To cater for the new format, the Club has invested significantly in new facilities, with brand new studios at Old Trafford and the Aon Training Complex, as well as new programming and graphic suites constructed for the new format.
Manchester United’s Group Managing Director, Richard Arnold, said: “This is a landmark day for Manchester United, and we’re delighted that MUTV has made the move into a high definition format.
“The growth of MUTV across the globe has been truly remarkable, and this significant investment shows our on-going commitment to the channel and its subscribers.”
“It is fitting then, that the first games in the new exciting era under Louis Van Gaal during Tour 2014, presented by Aon, should be the first on the new HD format.”
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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