Times Network, India’s premium broadcast community, has introduced a strategic partnership with
Airtel TV to launch
zoOm in Nigeria.
Offering leisure to its viewers for greater than a decade,
zoOm brings partaking, interactive and premium leisure content material via a widespread of providing together with Bollywood music, Bollywood information, unique exhibits, developments, way of life, and style.
Packing actual, conversational and multi-lingual leisure, the community caters to the content material preferences of younger Indian and South Asian viewers with the launch of
zoOm in the area. The channel might be obtainable to all of the subscribers of Airtel Nigeria on Airtel TV app. The Airtel TV app is obtainable on iOS and Android.
Jagdish Mulchandani, COO and Executive President, Times Network,
“We are very excited for our maiden launch on Airtel Nigeria via Airtel TV. A pioneer in providing one of the best of Bollywood leisure, zoOm is a legacy model that has risen to change into India’s one-stop youth leisure vacation spot. I’m assured with this launch, we’ll cater to the preferences of younger Indian diaspora in Africa and provide them an unique alternative to expertise one of the best in class Bollywood and Indian leisure content material”.
Commenting on the partnership, Dinesh Balsingh, Chief Commercial Officer, Airtel Nigeria, stated: “Airtel is dedicated to enriching and enhancing the Airtel TV platform in order that it continues to ship on its mandate of making laughter, enjoyable, happiness and pleasure to our valued clients. This partnership with Times Network is one more glowing testimony that we are going to not relaxation on our laurels at the same time as we proceed to implement our plans of constructing Airtel TV the one-stop platform for all the things leisure, sports activities and information in Nigeria.”
Bringing a vast entry to a various content material library together with music movies, LIVE TV, sports activities, information and extra for its registered customers, Airtel TV has over 1,000,000 subscribers and is the quickest rising OTT platform in Africa.