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Videocon d2h adds two J&K channels to its platform on Eid

28-June-2017
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Videocon d2h adds two J&K channels to its platform on Eid



Videocon d2h now offers two news channels, JK 24x7 News and Gulistan News, for its subscribers in Jammu & Kashmir. JK 24x7 is a Hindi news channel while Gulistan News is an Urdu channel. These channels will be available on promotional Hindi Top-up for flexi pack on channel No 335 and 790 respectively. The 24-hour news channels will deliver the day’s top stories, both national and international.



Saurabh Dhoot, Executive Chairman, Videocon d2h, said, “We at Videocon d2h have always kept ahead of what our consumers require. Whether it is innovating in our set top boxes or by continuously adding the best channels or in service, we have always led from the front. Content has been a key driver of our leadership; this calendar year, we have already added 71 new channels in regional languages. With JK 24X7 News and Gulistan, our subscribers will have even more choice to stay informed with the latest news.”



Anil Khera, CEO, Videocon d2h, added, “As DAS-4 nears an end, we are seeing a significant appeal of state specific and regional language channels. Adding two channels specifically for J&K underlines our commitment to provide holistic family entertainment to the state.”

Tags Videocon d2h Jammu & Kashmir Eid JK 24x7 News Gulistan News

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