January 26, 2021

YuppTV Launches International News Channel DW In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal & Bhutan

YuppTV, a world leader in providing converged OTT (over YuppTVthe top) live TV and video on-demand solutions, launches Germany’s premier international news channel Deutsche Welle (DW) in English for viewers in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan.

DW has been a trusted source of reliable, unbiased news and information for more than 60 years. Viewers of YuppTV will now be able to enjoy news, features and award-winning documentaries covering topics from breaking news to science, politics, arts, culture and sports.

YuppTV continuously enriches and enhances the viewers experience with 5000 hours of new on-demand content being added to YuppTV platform everyday with 24×7, customer-centric support. The company’s vision is to make it seamless for broadcasters to deliver news, information and entertainment in as many countries as possible across the world. With this endeavor, YuppTV has been able to accomplish its goal of being one of the world’s fastest growing OTT content players.

Commenting on this launch, Mr. Uday Reddy, CEO of YuppTV, said “The launch of DW channel adds incredible value to the customer viewing experience. Our viewers in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bhutan will now have access to reliable international news from a channel that is trusted for its veracity and unbiased coverage. It’s a welcome addition to YuppTV catalogue and the association aligns with the German broadcaster’s growth plan in South Asia.”

According to a spokesperson from DW “We have already seen a major shift in the television industry over the past couple of years towards increased viewer engagement and attention. While attention spans switch to the second screen, it will also be important to create a seamless viewer experience that goes from television to mobile to PC and back again. Therefore we are very happy with this new cooperation as it strengthens our course of future development in Asia.”