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nexGTv join hands with Reliance Broadcast Network to expand its entertainment quotient

05-May-2016
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nexGTv join hands with Reliance Broadcast Network to expand its entertainment quotient

nexGTv has announced its partnership with Reliance Broadcast Network to gain worldwide digital rights to the network’s popular channels BIG Magic and BIG Magic Ganga. The channels will be available for viewing through nexGTv’s platform for viewers around the world, except North America, as a part of nexGTv’s paid packages.

Talking about the collaboration, Abhesh Verma, COO, nexGTV, said, “We, at nexGTv, have always endeavoured to provide the most personalised entertainment options to our viewership across the globe. Our partnership with Reliance Broadcast Network, which is one of the leading television networks in the country, further highlights our commitment to keep expanding the already extensive library of India-centric content available on our platform. We are confident that the Indian expat population will appreciate this latest addition of even more tailored regional and genre-specific content to their entertainment options.”

With the move, nexGTv will also widen its viewership amongst children and teens by engaging them with shows like ‘Baal Krishna’, ‘Naya Akbar Birbal’ and ‘Vikram aur Munja’. Both BIG Magic and BIG Magic Ganga can be enjoyed by nexGTv users on all platforms, including mobile and web.

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