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UTV Network’s World Movies & UTV Movies to launch on Dialog TV in Sri Lanka

09-August-2008
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UTV Network’s World Movies & UTV Movies to launch on Dialog TV in Sri Lanka

UTV Global Broadcasting Ltd (UGBL), the broadcasting arm of UTV Software Communications Ltd, is launching two of its movie channels – World Movies and UTV Movies – on the Dialog TV DTH platform in Sri Lanka.

In a span of six months, UGBL has launched five channels under its bouquet. The company now plans to expand footprint to overseas markets as well.

Shantonu Aditya, Executive Director, UGBL, said, “Sri Lanka is a very key market for media consumption in South Asia, and with Dialog TV as our partner, we are confident of taking our content to the right audiences. The Sri Lankan viewer has a taste for quality entertainment and we are sure our content will surpass their expectations.”

On the collaboration with UGBL, Nushad Perera, CEO, Dialog TV, said, “At Dialog TV, we are always looking for new channels that will enhance our existing bouquet through good content, thereby, providing our customer with a superior entertainment experience. As a Sri Lankan DTH television service provider, we have found a huge need for good quality entertainment, which will give our viewers hours of the very best in films and programmes. I believe that our partnership with UTV Broadcasting will enhance our infotainment platform through its high quality entertainment.”

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