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Dish TV adds Kannada channel Colors Super to its bouquet
MUMBAI: In yet another move to diversify its presence in the DTH market, Dish TV has added Kannada general entertainment channel Colors Super to its bouquet.
Dish TV claims to offer the widest range of regional-language channels and the widest overall content basket with a bouquet of 525+ channels and services.
Dish TV has added Colors Super to cater to the needs of Kannada viewers in the Karnataka market. The channel has content spanning mythology, fantasy and supernatural, romcoms, reality television and world satellite premieres of movies.
Colors Super will offer four hours of original programming with mainstream genres every day. Further to spice up the experience, there will be a movie premiere on Sundays.
Dish TV’s subscribers will be able to watch Colors Super on channel number 902.
Dish TV CEO Arun Kumar Kapoor said, “Dish TV has always taken the lead in enhancing the value proposition and believes in providing the maximum and the best in entertainment to its subscribers. Our endeavour is to increase affinity with our audiences by providing them the choice of content they would like to watch. Over the years, we have observed the trend of the viewer preferences prevailing in the Karnataka market. They have an inclination for regional content. This has inspired us to add Colors Super channel to the platform. The main aim is to create and establish a fantastic family viewing experience, wherein the subscribers can watch all the programmes covering various streams in their native language, at all hours.”