Thursday, July 31, 2014

UTV Movies International reaches out to Canadian movie enthusiasts through Asian Television Network

UTV Movies International, the 24 hour Hindi movie destination providing an instant dose of movie entertainment for viewers, is now distributed in Canada by one of the largest licensed television broadcasters - Asian Television Network (ATN). The channel, which draws audiences together to share in the universal passion for Bollywood, is available across key leading platforms in Canada, starting with the launch on Bell Fibe from July 17, 2014.

“UTV Movies has been consistently engaging with audiences in India and internationally. With the UTV Movies International channel launch in Canada, we are further expanding our footprint in the international markets and are extremely excited to work with Canada’s largest television broadcaster – Asian Television Network. Canada is a very important market for us as it has a large South Asian diaspora who are looking for fresh and distinctive Hindi movie content,” said Nikhil Gandhi, Vice President - Revenue, Media Networks, Disney India.

“We are very pleased to be associated with UTV Movies International,” said Dr. Shan Chandrasekar, President and CEO of ATN. “Bollywood is one of the most loved genres in the country and the audiences here have a special connect with Hindi films. ATN has been responsible in bringing a range of specialty channels to the diverse audiences in Canada and UTV Movies International is a great addition to our network.” he added.

Over the past 5 years, UTV Movies International has addressed the viewer’s approach of looking to television for uninhibited entertainment, instantly gratifying them with a direct experience of the spirit of Bollywood. The channel, currently present in 26 countries, has been engaging with audiences in key regions such as USA, Middle East & Africa along with countries such as Nepal, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. UTV Movies International also has a presence in the United Kingdom under the name of UMP Movies.

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