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YuppTV takes ‘Colors, MTV and News 18’ to Singapore and Malaysia

08-January-2015
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YuppTV takes ‘Colors, MTV and News 18’ to Singapore and Malaysia

Colors feature a number of popular shows such as Comedy Nights with Kapil, Balika Vadhu, Shastri Sisters, Meri Aashiqui Tumse Hi, and Bigg Boss 8. MTV on the other hand, aims to entertain, reflect, lead and educate young people through its innovative content. With this move, YuppTV’s offerings have become stronger in Singapore and Malaysia regions, delivering 200+ Indian TV Channels worldwide in 12 Indian languages, as Live TV, 10 days of Catch-up TV, along with unlimited Movies.

Gaurav Gandhi, Group Chief Operating Officer IndiaCast said, “ With the launch of COLORS, MTV India and News 18 on YuppTV in  Singapore and Malaysia we have further strengthened our partnership with YuppTV . We are committed to deliver high quality Entertainment and News services to South Asian audiences across the globe and are confident that our engaging content will be enjoyed by audiences in Singapore and Malaysia.”

“Meeting the high demand for Indian television in Singapore and Malaysia, we are pleased to take popular channels, Colors, MTV and News 18 to TV viewers in these regions. We are confident that TV viewers from Singapore and Malaysia will be delighted to watch their favourite shows in the comfort of their home,” said  Uday Reddy, CEO of YuppTV.

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