Ikono (art democratization)

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ikono is a private television and internet broadcaster.

ikono's TV channels, ikonoTV and ikonoMenasa broadcast "works of art", ranging from a detailed examination of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Lady with an Ermine” to highlights of this year’s Venice Biennale. There is no narration and no captions, save for the work’s title and its artist.[1]

Television and Internet[edit]

The TV channels broadcast ikono's own productions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the playlist being punctuated by themed programmes.

Programmes[edit]

ikonoTV and ikonoMenasa broadcast the same programmes, although featuring a different content, depending on the channel it is broadcast on.

Reception[edit]

ikonoMenasa:

Arabsat: HD Satellite receiver: ArabSat BADR-6 Satellite. Frequency: 11785 MHz, Polarisation: V, SR: 27500 KS/s, FEC: 3⁄4

du: channel 410

Etisalat: channel 484

ikonoTV Germany:

Participating Artists[edit]

External links[edit]


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Vision On, Financial Times

References[edit]

  • Newman, Alex (11.2011). "Vision On," The Financial Times.
  • Collins, Laura (01.2011). "I take your eyes by the hand," The National.