MEZZO IS AVAILABLE IN 60 COUNTRIES.
How can I watch Mezzo?
Mezzo and Mezzo Live HD are two Pay-TV channels, available from your cable and internet provider.
How to choose a provider
A provider is a company that sells TV channels and brings them to your home via satellite, cable or telephone wires. You can only watch Mezzo through a provider. If you do not yet have a provider, you must first take a subscription with one, and you will gain access to many TV channels, including Mezzo.
If you have the internet at home, your provider may offer TV via ADSL (through the same physical carrier as the internet), but check that Mezzo is included in its selection of channels.
The provider offers different kinds of "packages". You generally subscribe to a basic package, with a limited number of channels. You can then add your favourite channels (Mezzo and Mezzo Live HD) on their own, or as part of a larger package: if you are interested in the other channels, it can turn out to be cheaper.
To choose your provider, visit their websites (see our list to check which providers carry Mezzo), see which channels interest you, which packages include our own channels, make a choice, and follow the instructions on the website, call the provider directly, or visit one of its shops.
Please note: some providers only carry one or the other of our two channels – to enjoy all the variety of our programmes, choose a provider that carries Mezzo and Mezzo Live HD!
How can I subscribe to Mezzo?
Please fill out the following form
You do not know who your provider is?
Do you watch television:
via a standard antenna, or DTT (Digital Terrestrial Television)?
In this case you can only watch free TV channels. You cannot watch Mezzo. To subscribe, you must apply through a private provider: select your country in the list above and compare the providers' offers.
A few tips on how to choose a provider.
via cable, satellite or ADSL (internet)?
In this case you have a contract with a private provider (which can be the same as your telephone or internet provider). If you can find your provider in the list above, after you have selected your country, click on its name and follow the instructions to subscribe to Mezzo. If you cannot find the name of your provider, it may be that it does not yet carry Mezzo. Do not hesitate to contact its staff!
Mezzo is also available on VOD (Video-on-Demand)
You can watch some of our concerts, operas and ballets with our Video-on-Demand service, which means that you can view a given programme at any time, as if you were renting it. You do not need to be a Mezzo subscriber to have access to this service. You can pay for each programme individually, or take out a subscription allowing you to watch several programmes for a fixed fee.
Mezzo's VOD service is available:
From your TV provider’s VOD platform (you must be a client of this provider): it is a particular TV channel, which should appear in your list of channels, and is sometimes linked to a “VOD” key on your remote control. To check if your provider carries Mezzo's VOD service, use the form above.
From the www.pluzz.fr website (available only in selected locations)