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Da Vinci Learning debuts on DTH with Tata Sky
MUMBAI: HD kids educational channel Da Vinci Learning (DVL), which is currently available only on multi-system operator (MSO) Hathway Cable & Datacom, has launched on direct-to-home (DTH) operator Tata Sky.
This is the second distribution deal by the channel since it launched in November last year. Tata Sky is the first DTH platform on which the channel has launched.
DVL will be available on Tata Sky channel no. 632 starting 5 April. The launch will allow DVL to reach a larger audience base and create a stronger foothold in the market.
DVL is the product of a 50: 50 joint venture between Da Vinci Media GmbH and The Quint for a complete horizontal digital multimedia educational platform.
Commenting on the development, Da Vinci Learning India MD Mohit Anand said, “We are extremely excited with our partnership with Tata Sky, India’s leading and premier DTH platform. This is a logical next step for Da Vinci Learning in order to strengthen our distribution and to reach to an even larger audience. We will continue strive to make our content available to a wide cross section of Indian viewers to enable them to participate with us in the lifelong journey of learning.”