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Now, NDTV Imagine available in Canada on Bell TV

09-April-2010
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Now, NDTV Imagine available in Canada on Bell TV

After making its presence felt in international markets such as the US, the UK, the Middle East and North Africa, NDTV Imagine has now announced that it will be available in Canada as well. NDTV Imagine will be available on Bell TV channel 726 for $5 per month as an add-on to its South Asian combo theme pack.

Commenting on this development, Tharun Rai, Vice President - Distribution & New Ventures, NDTV Imagine, said, “We are very pleased to be partnering with Bell TV to offer the best of diverse Hindi programming to the ever-increasing, Hindi-speaking Diaspora in the region.”

He further said, “With the addition of the Canadian market, NDTV Imagine’s presence now extends to all the key markets in the world – USA, UK, Middle East & North Africa, as well as India and some of the neighbouring South Asian countries.”

NDTV Imagine airs popular shows such as ‘Jyoti’, ‘Kashi’, ‘Jamunia’, ‘Palkon Ki Chaaon Mein’, ‘Do Hanson Ka Jodaa’, ‘Devi’ and ‘Bandini’, among others.

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