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NDTV launches channels in Malaysia

Malaysia is one of the largest pay TV markets in South East Asia

Gaurav Laghate  |  Mumbai 

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With an aim to expand its reach in the international markets, New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV), has now launched three of its channels – 24x7, and in the Malaysian market.

The channels are part of Asia Broadcast Network’s (ABN) new platform in and available in a combination of basic as well as dedicated NDTV branded packages. Malaysia is one of the largest pay in South East Asia.

Rahul Sood, head of NDTV Network Distribution & Affiliate Sales said: “We are delighted to be part of the ABN platform and reaching new viewers in Malaysia. NDTV has been serving the Indian Diaspora across 75 other countries worldwide and we are glad that the 2 million plus Indian community in Malaysia will now also get the chance to see some of the most iconic programs produced out of India.

We hope the viewers of Malaysia will be pleased to be informed and entertained like our viewers in the rest of the world.” NDTV channels have already been available in over 18 million homes in 75 countries internationally including in the UK, Europe, the USA and the Middle East and South Asia.

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NDTV launches channels in Malaysia

Malaysia is one of the largest pay TV markets in South East Asia

With an aim to expand its reach in the international markets, New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV), has now launched three of its channels – NDTV 24x7, NDTV India and NDTV Good Times in the Malaysian market.

With an aim to expand its reach in the international markets, New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV), has now launched three of its channels – 24x7, and in the Malaysian market.

The channels are part of Asia Broadcast Network’s (ABN) new platform in and available in a combination of basic as well as dedicated NDTV branded packages. Malaysia is one of the largest pay in South East Asia.

Rahul Sood, head of NDTV Network Distribution & Affiliate Sales said: “We are delighted to be part of the ABN platform and reaching new viewers in Malaysia. NDTV has been serving the Indian Diaspora across 75 other countries worldwide and we are glad that the 2 million plus Indian community in Malaysia will now also get the chance to see some of the most iconic programs produced out of India.

We hope the viewers of Malaysia will be pleased to be informed and entertained like our viewers in the rest of the world.” NDTV channels have already been available in over 18 million homes in 75 countries internationally including in the UK, Europe, the USA and the Middle East and South Asia.

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