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Turner adds three channels on YuppTV's platform in India

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NEW DELHI: Turner International India has joined hands with YuppTV to offer three of its channels namely CNN International, Cartoon Network and Pogo in India on the over the top (OTT) platform.

Under the partnership, CNN International is available live to YuppTV viewers with the latest news bulletins from across the globe and the best of features content through award winning programs including CNN Newsroom, Connect the World, International Desk, World Business Today, Amanpour, Business Traveler, Talk Asia and Culinary Journeys

YuppTV subscribers also get the best original productions from Turner?s kids? channels, Cartoon Network and Pogo. While Cartoon Network will offer a four-hour programming block on YuppTV with popular shows such as Ben 10, Johnny Bravo, Adventure Time and Dexter?s Laboratory, Pogo will provide a two-hour programming block with shows like M.A.D. (Music Art Dance), C.I.A. (Cambala Investigation Agency), Sunaina and F.A.Q.

YuppTV CEO Uday Reddy said, ?The partnership with Turner and launch of the three popular channels on YuppTV takes us to a new level in providing highest satisfaction to our viewers in India and now, even adding to the delight of the younger generation. The kids? channels Pogo and Cartoon Network in Hindi will reach out to an unimaginably wider audience than ever before. Launching CNN International on YuppTV is indeed a matter of pride. Our endeavour is to keep our viewers in India and across the globe, entertained, informed and thrilled; and our commitment to technology and innovation is always directed towards achieving this goal.?

Turner International India MD Siddharth Jain added, ?Turner has been the frontrunner in embracing content delivery innovations and we ensure that our popular brands are available wherever and whenever the consumer chooses to be entertained.We are happy to partner with YuppTV offering our world-class content to a wider audience in India.?

As was reported earlier by Indiantelevision.com, YuppTV, which recently launched its platform in India is planning to raise $50 million to fund its expansion plans.

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