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Reality TV sibling might come to India

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NEW DELHI: UK-based Zone Vision, which has brought Reality TV to India in association with Zee Turner, is open to bringing a sibling of the action channel too.

Some initial discussions were held, Zone Vision marketing manager Flecka Picardo admitted during a chat with indiantelevision.com when asked whether the company was contemplating introducing some other channels from the stable to India.

The other TV channels controlled by Zone Vision include Romantica and Europa Europa.

However, Picardo added that she would not be in a position to divulge any further information on other Zone Vision channels as nothing firm exists at the moment.

Romantica is home to the world of world of passion, intrigue, glamour and high drama. The programming line-up is somewhat similar to what upmarket Hindi language mass entertainment channels dish out.

On offer on Romantica are some of the best romantic dramas from around the world, including the US, Mexico, Italy, Argentina, Canada and Venezuela; music and entertainment from star performers; travelogues from exotic locations; and revolutionary interactive series. Romantica programmes are fully localised to cater to its vast audience that spreads across 20 territories in Central and Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

The channel's current reach is six million subscribers, with growth of 1 million homes recorded in the last six months.

Europa Europa is the home of European cinema and with a diverse range of genres and styles, it showcases some of the finest talent in Europe.

Europa Europa brings together the most significant filmmaking nations and presents the productions of its best directors and actors ranging from Truffaut, Von Trier, Almodovar, Loach, Polanski and Bertolucci, Hopkins,
Belucci, Loren and Depardieu.

Europa Europa's 14-hour schedule extends to 20 hours on weekends. The channel is seen in 15 territories across Europe and the Americas by over eight million subscribers.

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