|WHAT ARE OUR VIEWERS WATCHING?|
To achieve our stated objective; that the viewing tourist perceives Holiday Guide Television to be an authoritative and reliable source of information, it follows that much of the programme content must focus on life on Tenerife, opening up new areas of interest to the tourist.
HGTV a division of Dragon Fire Communications SL
and its associated advertising is timed-tabled where at all possible to
cater to the requirements of the advertiser e.g. Excursion films will be
shown on appropriate days, giving enough leeway to allow the customers time
to choose and book prior to the event.
WINE MAKING IN TENERIFE View Video Clip
We follow the grapes from being hand-picked off the vines in the vineyards of the North-West of the Island to a modern processing and and production plant near Chio and learn a few interesting facts along the way.
HOW TO - PRODUCE A GOOD HOLIDAY VIDEO
This 20-minute programme is a step by step guide to producing a good video. It will include how to get the best results from your camera, capturing good footage, dealing with problems and tips on how to achieve interesting effects.
WELCOME TO YOUR RESORT
A "walk round" guide to the resort, detailing practical information that is essential to a good holiday.Types of material includes, Saftey Deposit Boxes, Medical Centres, Shopping Centres etc
This is a series of 20-minute programmes exploring hitherto undiscovered regions of all the Canary Islands, starting with Tenerife.Each programme includes a tour of the area in question, interesting facts, panoramic views and just enough information to pique the interest of the viewer.
A series of 20-minute programmes which provides the viewer with an overall picture of each island, taking in all the major sights and tourist attractions. This of course, initially focuses on Tenerife. Travel times and directions are included.
This programme takes the viewer into the depths of the Atlantic, which surrounds Tenerife.Using underwater cameras, many of the hidden beauties of the island are explored