Discovery Science to launch in Hindi

Discovery Science to launch in Hindi

Author | exchange4media News Service | Thursday, Sep 27,2012 6:42 PM

Discovery Science to launch in Hindi

Discovery Science has announced the launch of its Hindi language feed from October 1. It will now be available round-the-clock in Hindi and English on both, analogue and DTH platforms, including Tata Sky, Dish TV, Videocon D2H and Airtel Digital TV.

The launch of the Hindi language feed is fuelled by research and demand from Hindi-speaking markets who have appreciated Discovery Science’s differentiated content offering, shared an official release.

Commenting on the launch, Rahul Johri, Senior Vice President and General Manager, South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia Pacific said, “Since its launch, Discovery Science has successfully driven the mission to bring science back into the spotlight and showcase how indispensable it is in our daily lives. Discovery Science has gone beyond the imagination to explore the unknown and present the greatest discoveries, inventions and scientific breakthroughs in a relatable and refreshing format. We have received an encouraging response from our viewers, affiliates and advertisers across India and the launch of the Hindi feed will deliver an enriching viewing experience especially in the Hindi-speaking markets.”

Coinciding with the Hindi language feed launch, Discovery Science has announced five new series which will be aired over the next three months. Prophets of Science Fiction will present the stories of the strange lives of the visionaries and reveal the secrets of their uncanny ability to see the future; Dark Matters will expose some of history's most bizarre experiments; Alien Encounters will explore how alien life might communicate with Earth; How Tech Works features the latest and future technologies of the world and Combat Tech takes an in-depth look at the greatest military engineering accomplishments.

Additionally, Discovery Science will feature a special line-up titled Space Week with programmes that focus on space, the universe and astrophysics.

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