Sony YAY! began their journey with a promise to become a one stop destination of happiness for kids and they have stood true to their promise - be it through their home-grown, all desi content, relatable characters, or all their other endeavours. Now, giving kids from Maharashtra yet another reason to rejoice and a chance to be able to enjoy their on-screen best friends in their native language, the channel has introduced a Marathi feed too. With this launch,
Sony YAY! will now be available in Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, English, Telugu, Bengali, Malayalam - making it the first kids’ TV channel in India to be available in seven languages and the only national kids’ TV channel to have a Marathi, Bangla and Malayalam feed.
Radio Mirchi, India's No. 1 radio station, started operations in the US on Saturday with its first station going on-air in the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut with a frequency of 1600 AM.
With an eye on the South Asian diaspora, which forms a significant portion of the ‘immigrant’ population in these cities, the content promises to be a combination of the best in Bollywood music, infotainment and comedy.
ZEE5, the largest over-the-top (OTT) digital entertainment platform for language content, has entered into a partnership with Malaysia’s premier telecom operator Celcom. The partnership, according to a top company executive, will provide Celcom customers with a secure and convenient payment mode, through Apigate’s direct carrier billing API (application programming interface), to subscribe to ZEE5’s content bouquet.
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has issued a notice informing all broadcasters that the online module for submitting applications for new TV channels is now operational on web portal www.broadcastseva.gov.in dated 4 February 2019.