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DishTV adds Gemporia TV to its platform

13-October-2015
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DishTV adds Gemporia TV to its platform

DishTV, has added Gemporia TV on its platform, taking its total channels and services count to 500+. Gemporia TV is an Indian shopping channel for gems and jewellery.

With the addition of Gemporia TV on its platform, DishTV has increased their shopping channel count to nine channels, which is highest amongst any DTH player and is available in all subscription packs, in all categories for its viewers.
Announcing this new development, Salil Kapoor, Chief Operating Officer, DishTV India said, “Being a pioneer and market leader DishTV has always stood up to its promise of providing unique content to its viewers. Gemporia TV is one such unique channel where people can buy gems and jewellery. Addition of Gemporia TV, ninth shopping channel on our platform also proves that due to undisputed leadership and popularity of DishTV platform amongst viewers, more and more shopping channels wants to get aligned with us.”

Manuj Goyal, Co-Founder, Gemporia TV, India said, “Gemporia manufactures the very best in stylish, affordable and responsibly made fine jewellery. Our unique business model involves using only genuine gemstones and precious metals to create beautiful timeless treasures. We make limited editions and bring them to you at Direct to Home prices, cutting out all the middlemen.”

Steve Bennet, Founder, Gemporia added, “An ever growing customer base across the globe, through our TV channels and website in the UK and US, Gemporia TV comes to our manufacturing home in India with the promise of being able to deliver even better deals. We are very happy to launch with DishTV in India, a leader in content and technology innovation.”
DishTV’s valued subscribers will be able to watch this new channel on LCN 116.

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