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YuppTV launches SET Asia, Sony MAX and Sony SAB for Singapore

04-August-2015
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 YuppTV launches SET Asia, Sony MAX and Sony SAB for Singapore

YuppTV today announced the leading Indian television channels Sony Entertainment TV, SET Max and SAB, for Singapore.  These leading General Entertainment Channel will be available in Hindi in Singapore, known to have one of the largest overseas Indian populations.

With this move, YuppTV’s offering has become stronger in the Singapore region. As one of the largest internet TV providers of South Asian Content, YuppTV delivers 200+ Indian TV channels worldwide in 13 Indian languages, as Live TV, and 10 days of revolutionary Catch-up TV, along with Movies from various production houses. Languages in Singapore region include Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Gujarati, Sinhala and Kannada.

“Meeting the high demand for Indian television offerings, we are pleased to take three of India’s most popular channels to the TV viewers in Singapore. We are confident that the Indian Diaspora will be delighted to watch their favourite shows on Sony Entertainment Television, SET Max and SAB. The Premium content that YuppTV is offering to the viewers across the world continues to grow and expand its scope as we add leading channels to our catalogue. This launch we trust will be the source of much pleasure to viewers across Singapore,” said  Uday Reddy, CEO of YuppTV.

Neeraj Arora, EVP and International Business Head, said, “With an aim to offer the finest entertainment to viewers in markets across the world, we are excited to extend our partnership with YuppTV to offer SET Asia, Sony MAX and Sony SAB to subscribers in Singapore. We trust that viewers of South Asian content will enjoy the channels’ wide variety of offerings, innovative programs and light-hearted content dedicated to promoting an enjoyable ‘family-viewing’ experience.

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