Legendary BeatClub Now

QTom TV is now free in the legendary beat-Club and allowing views of exciting music fans back into the history of music: Hamburg, 09.11.2011 dazzling live performances of full of energy, music legends and many artists, whose worth rediscovering! There now are the consequences of the television revolution of that time on its own music channel. Uber does not necessarily agree. Directly from the archive on the stage of a new specials in the program by QTom: the first rock-and pop music broadcast of German television, the legendary beat-Club of Radio Bremen, is back! Now exclusively in the smart TV, on the Web and on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The beat Club stands for a program concept, which was made especially for young people, who believed on the beat and on changes. Then as it is today. Connected TV is a strong, innovative partner for us as TV sales a key strategic area and QTom. We are pleased that the beat Club, which revolutionized the German music television in the 60s, now its way into the modern age of interactive television found Hat, “as Nina Peters, Studio Hamburg distribution and Marketing GmbH Deputy Director of online media. A total of 83 episodes, moderated by Uschi Nerke, were broadcast from 1965 to 1972. Each including wowed young audiences with live performances by The Jimi Hendrix experience, IKE & Tina Turner, Kraftwerk and B.B.

King. And in the German television of the sixties! Today, it can be hardly to understand how great was the break. QTom stands for music expertise and content diversity. As music lovers there is not be very important, the pearls of music history us forgotten to make. We have found the ideal partner with Studio Hamburg distribution and Marketing GmbH, with whose support we about a piece of German history of Musikfernseh exclusive smart TV can bring to our viewers. “We are proud with this unique repertoire once again can underline our role as a leading provider of music content in IP-TV.” (Jan cliches, head of music) With an exclusive special QTom revived the cult show again.