Jazz Up Your Holidays
Qwest TV is offering IMZ Newsletter subscribers a promotional code to any Qwest TV subscription, from 1 month of Standard to 1 year of Premium.
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This fall, Quincy Jones will launch Qwest TV, the world's first subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) platform dedicated to jazz and jazz-inspired eclectic music from around the world.
Qwest TV is offering IMZ Newsletter subscribers 30% OFF any Qwest TV subscription, from 1 month of Standard to 1 year of Premium.
Just enter the promotional code BFIMZQTV when subscribing and 'jazz up' your year-end celebrations at a discounted price!
Over 1,000 jazz and music lovers have already subscribed to Qwest TV thanks to its highly successful pre-launch campaign on Kickstarter.
At launch in a few weeks, you and other subscribers will enjoy:
- A hand-picked selection of concerts, documentaries, interviews, short films - all available in high-resolution video and all without ads - featuring the talents of Al Jarreau, Gregory Porter, Michel Petrucciani, Paco de Lucia, George Benson, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Jacob Collier, Oumou Sangare, Bilal, Lee Konitz & Bill Evans, Manu Dibango, Sonny Rollins, Milton Nascimento, and dozens more
- The ability to watch anytime, anywhere on all your mobile devices and computers
- Detailed liner notes written by professional journalists and jazz experts
- New playlists created every month by guest curators (jazz musicians, journalists, scholars…)
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