Small Screen Finds Kindred Spirit in New Partner Singlemalt TV

/ May 2, 2014

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Small Screen announced a new distribution partnership with Singlemalt TV, bringing more whisky to the cocktail-focused video platform. Founder of Singlemalt TV, Rob Draper, launched the channel back in 2006. Dedicated to showcasing the enjoyment of Scotch and American whiskies and Bourbon, the channel currently has nearly 8,000 subscribers on YouTube.

The first series to come from Singlemalt TV to Small Screen, “Whisky U(niversity),” explores whisky with industry advisor Charlie MacLean. Elected Master of the Quiach in 2009 (the industry’s highest accolade), well-known speaker and author MacClean will host the series with decided expertise.

Singlemalt TV’s founder Draper is also a globally recognized cinematographer and Australian Scoth-lover. His channel hosts hundred of videos centered around Draper’s passion for the barley spirit.

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