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YuppTV India to carry BBC World News Channel

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YuppTV India to carry BBC World News Channel

YuppTV has announced it will be carrying the BBC’s international commercial new channel BBC World News. In the deal signed between YuppTV and BBC, YuppTV will now be offering BBC World News – the BBC’s international 24 Hr English language news channel, to its Indian audiences.

YuppTV the Over-The-Top (OTT) provider for Indian content has 200+ Channels in 13 languages, more than 5000 Movies and hundreds of TV Shows at the click of a button. Apart from the Live TV experience, YuppTV offers Catch-Up TV feature whereby viewers can watch TV content from past 7 days and never miss their favorite Shows.

Speaking about the deal Uday Reddy, CEO, YuppTV said. “With BBC World News becoming available on YuppTV, our viewers in India will now have instant access to an endless source of information, knowledge and updates of happenings around the world from a channel that is unparalleled in analysis, unbiased views and insights in news coverage. YuppTV is constantly geared to satisfy and exceed the expectations of our viewers and we have taken a giant stride in the right direction”

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