Love Nature Launches On Vodafone TV In New Zealand

By December 4, 2017Press Releases

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Singapore (December 4, 2017) – Love Nature, a joint venture between Blue Ant Media and Smithsonian Networks, announced today that its premium wildlife and nature streaming video service, available in 65+ countries, has launched on Vodafone TV in 4K and HD in New Zealand.

All Vodafone TV subscribers in New Zealand have Love Nature’s premium natural history SVOD service bundled in with their Vodafone TV subscription. Viewers in this region will have exclusive access to an extensive library of programming which includes hundreds of hours of natural history content in 4K and HD. Subscribers can enjoy Alaska Spirit of the Wild, an Oscar-nominated 4K IMAX feature film narrated by Charlton Heston; and The Living Sea, narrated by Meryl Streep and music composed by Sting, examines the world’s oceans and their importance to life on Earth.

“Love Nature’s platform partnership with Vodafone TV brings us the opportunity to connect highly engaged wildlife and nature fans in New Zealand with our extensive library of stunning natural history programming,” said Beatrice Lee, CEO, Blue Ant Media Asia-Pacific.

Vodafone TV is available via its new TV consoles in New Zealand. Vodafone TV gives subscribers the freedom and control over content by bringing SKY TV, free-to-air and a range of online and app-based entertainment together in one easy to use system.

Love Nature is available for Samsung Smart TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, iOS and Android mobile and tablet devices, XBox One and at  In addition, Love Nature is available on Amazon Channels in the UK, Germany and Austria.  The ad-free Love Nature streaming service offers a $4.99 monthly subscription with a one-month free trial in 65+ territories.

Love Nature, a Blue Ant Media and Smithsonian Networks joint venture, creates and distributes the world’s largest library of 4K wildlife and nature content in the world. Love Nature is available via linear television in Canada and Singapore and streaming video in 65+ countries worldwide.