Omusic TV

oMusic TV
Launched 17 December 2007
Closed 1 September 2010
Owned by Open Access Group
Audience share 0.0% (December 2007, BARB)
Country United Kingdom
Broadcast area United Kingdom
Replaced Classic FM TV
Replaced by Vintage TV
Website Open Access
(at time of closure)
Sky Channel 369

oMusic TV was a British music television channel. It replaced Classic FM TV on 17 December 2007. It was a classical/chill out music channel, and was available free-to-air on satellite. On 1 September 2010, OMusic TV was replaced by Vintage TV, a channel that plays music from the 1940s to the 1980s.

The selection of the music videos played on oMusic were aided by the interactive service (via the Green Button) technology and an SMS polling system.[1]

Some oMusic programming later reappeared as a programming block within Open Access 3 before the channel's closure on 4 April 2011.


External links

  • Open Access

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