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Discovery Channel celebrates 20 years in India on August 15

14-August-2015
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Discovery Channel celebrates 20 years in India on August 15

Discovery Channel will celebrate the completion of its 20 years in India with a line-up of its most iconic programmes on August 15 and 16, from 8 AM to 6 PM.

The weekend 20-Year Celebration Marathon will cover a wide spectrum of Discovery genres such as natural history, science, technology, adventure, wildlife, survival and engineering. The special line-up will also feature the popular India stories.

Rahul Johri, EVP and GM-South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific said, “Discovery Channel has had a life changing impact on millions of viewers in India. The tremendous affection that it enjoys in India continues to fuel our passion to relentlessly push the boundaries of factual entertainment and uncover the finest stories from across the world. On this occasion of completing 20 great years in India, on behalf of the entire team, I would like to express our gratitude to the viewers and clients who have expressed their admiration through this remarkable 20-year journey.”

Since its launch in India on August 15, 1995, Discovery has expanded to be available in five languages in India including Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu and Bangla, across digital and analogue platforms.

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