Channel 4 says it will once again broadcast highlights from this September’s iTunes Festival.
The broadcaster first televised the event in 2007 before it moved to ITV2.
Coverage will be produced by Princess Productions for the third year.
The month-long festival tales place at London’s Roundhouse and will feature live performances from a wide field of acts including Jack White, Usher, Norah Jones, One Direction and Emeli Sandé.
Channel 4 says coverage will be broadcast across its portfolio of channels and strands including T4, E4 and C4.
Output will include of 1 x 30′ preview show – late night C4, 4 x 60′ live shows – E4, 4 x 30′ shows – T4, 4 x 60′ live shows – 4Music 15’/30 artist specials as well as on-line content.
Neil McCallum, Head of T4 & Music said; “We’re pleased to confirm that the iTunes Festival finally returns to Channel 4, its original home, for what looks set to be its strongest year yet.
“This September we’ll be bringing our extended coverage to C4, E4 and 4Music for its greatest volume of output, which combined with the exceptional A-List talent that iTunes delivers makes for a memorable September for music fans.”