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Dish Asia Network in pact with Dish TV for distribution of three new Tamil channels

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Dish Asia Network in pact with Dish TV for distribution of three new Tamil channels

Tamil viewers in India have some more reason to cheer. Dish Asia Network from France, one of the first ones to broadcast Tamil channels from outside India, has partnered with Dish TV for distribution of its channels in the country. The three new channels from the bouquet comprise DAN Music, DAN Cinema and DAN Ozhi.

Ecstatic over the partnership, Sunil Khanna, CEO Dish TV, said, “We are pleased to broadcast these Tamil channels to consumers on Dish TV platform. The inclusion of these three channels from the DAN Network will strengthen the Tamil entertainment on Dish TV.”

Speaking on the tie-up, Dish Asia Network, Managing Director, Manivel Malone, said, “In a short span of time Dish TV has shown impressive growth in penetration and has emerged as the largest distribution platform in terms of number of channels carried as well. Thus, it is the best platform to reach out to the maximum viewers in the country.”

“Through our channels we are committed to provide best of entertainment in Tamil language, some of which is never seen before on the small screen”, he further said.

Dish TV, which provides a complete entertainment solution for the people of Tamil Nadu, is all set to re-define TV viewing experience in the country with upcoming services like movie-on-demand, personal video recorder, etc.


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