Discovery Science to have a contemporary and fresh look

Mumbai, June 21, 2013: Discovery Science, India’s only 24-hour channel dedicated to making science programming relevant, accessible and entertaining, will adorn a contemporary and fresh look from July 1, 2013. Besides launching a new vibrant logo, MORPHY, Discovery Science will present a younger on-air packaging along with the launch of multiple programme series that push the boundaries of human imagination.

Announcing the refresh, Rahul Johri, senior vice president and general manager – South Asia and Head of Revenue, Pan-Regional Ad Sales and Southeast Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific said, “Discovery Science has gone beyond the imagination to explore the unknown and present the greatest discoveries, inventions and scientific breakthroughs in a relatable format. With the refreshed look and a vibrant new logo, Discovery Science begins a new journey of making science even more entertaining and popular. It will add dimension to the engaging programing by introducing ground-breaking mega series.”

Discovery Science continues to examine the impact of science and technology on our everyday lives. Discovery Science, a leader in the search for answers to the questions that have eluded everyone for centuries and reveal life’s greatest mysteries and smallest wonders, from uncovering lost worlds to exploring the latest in scientific discoveries, will build on the same image and offer amazing programs for the viewers.

Upsizing the overall entertainment quotient, Discovery Science will not only be offering premiere series like Master Of The Universe: Stephen Hawking, 100 Things That Will Change Your Life, Beautiful Minds but also bring new seasons of popular shows like How It’s Made, When We Left Earth, Through The Wormhole, Science Of War – Anthology On Weapons’ Shows.

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