Discovery makes mobile TV move
India - Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific has struck a strategic partnership with mobile TV provider Apalya Technologies to expand its suite of channels on mobile platforms.
The paid content service will see programmes from DNAP's five India networks - Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Discovery Turbo, and Discovery Science - become available from 18 November.
Rahul Johri, senior vice president and general manager India at DNAP, said Discovery is continuously aiming to expand its content across diverse platforms.
"This tie-up to broadcast our channels on mobile TV is yet another step forward in the direction of leveraging new technologies to create additional touch points for our current and prospective viewers, who can now enjoy their favourite programmes on the go."
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