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Animax India launches three new shows

17-April-2007
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Animax India launches three new shows

Animax India is all geared for the month of April with three new shows: ‘Initial D’, ‘Press Play’ and ‘TechnoMax’. These shows will showcase the latest information on gizmos, gadgets and music.

Supriya Bambawale, Marketing Manager, Animax India, said, “With the increased interest of our Indian viewers in gaming, music, fashion and animation, and our endeavour to make Animax the coolest destination for our wired generation, our line-up is spot-on in catering to their demand.”

Kickstarting the new shows on the channel is ‘Initial D’ that premieres on April 25. It will be telecast every Monday to Friday in the 7.30 pm time band. ‘TechnoMax’, which follows in the subsequent week, will be a show giving updates on gadgets, games and animation. This show will be air on every Monday to Friday in the 7 pm time slot. ‘Press Play’ will showcase new videos from international artistes like Avril Lavigne, Evanescence and Fatboy Slim. It will be telecast every Sunday at 8.30 pm.

An official communiqué quoted: “Animation lovers can log on to the Animax blog and be updated on the latest news in animation, and share their views with cult followers across the world. The Animax blog is another unique initiative to increase interactivity with the viewers directly and give them a chance to express themselves.”

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