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Videocon d2h adds two new Malayalam channels

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MUMBAI: In celebration of Onam, direct to home (DTH) operator Videocon d2h has added two new Malayalam channels, Flowers TV and People TV on its platform.

The Malayalam general entertainment channel Flowers TV will be available on LCN 606, whereas Malayalam news channel People TV is available on LCN 641. With the addition of these new channels, Videocon d2h now offers 28 Malayalam channels and services.

“This Onam, we are looking forward to strengthening our market share in Kerala, as we continue to expand our already-wide array of Malayalam channels and services. The addition of two new Malayalam channels will help bolster our leadership position in this market while showing Kerala consumers that we are committed to serving their entertainment needs,” said Videocon d2h executive chairman Saurabh Dhoot.

Videocon d2h CEO Anil Khera added, “We are proud to demonstrate our consumer-centric approach by adding Flowers TV and People TV to our platform on such a fitting and joyous occasion. A large number of our subscribers will celebrate Onam and Kerala is a very important region for us, so we are focusing on delivering them the best.”

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