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Market roundup: February 2017
DW’s English channel will be available to 1.25 million households in Bangladesh after 30 new contracts were successfully negotiated with cable networks at the Cable TV Equipments Traders & Manufacturers Association (CTMA) trade fair in Calcutta. Additionally, RTV, Bangladesh’s private broadcaster with the widest nationawide coverage at 42 million households, is now showing DW’s Bengali science program Onneshon.
The Chinese website Tencent is showing 150 locally adapted episodes of Euromaxx. The adaptation was accomplished in cooperation with China DTV. In November 2016, content on Tencent received 118 million clicks.
A new DW partner in Pakistan, ATV, is broadcasting DW’s Urdu magazine Sawal. ATV is one of the country’s most-popular television channels, providing audiences with a full range of programming including news broadcasts, entertainment and educational programming. A weekly segment from DW’s Urdu department will also be included.
Thanks to a new partnership with Amazon, news content in English and German from DW is now available on the new class of devices using Amazon’s Alexa voice technology, which include Echo and Echo Dot. DW content will be read aloud by the device.
Date2017-02-03 | 2:46
Market roundup: November 2016
Eco@Africa, DW’s program covering environmental innovation in Africa and Europe has a new coproduction partner in Africa. KTN, the second-largest channel in the Kenya is joining Nigerian broadcaster Channels TV as a coproduction partner. Now with pan-African coverage, the show will be hosted by anchors from both channels.
DW has started a partnership with Globo, the largest media company in Brazil and the second-largest media conglomerate in the world. Since late October, DW articles have been featured on Globo’s news website, G1, and have already generated thousands of page views.
Leading Turkish telecommunications provider Turkcell is now carrying the programming lineup from DW and DW (Deutsch) for its IPTV and OTT platform, Turkcell TV Plus. Over 1 million users subscribe to the service on Smart TV, Web TV, IPTV and mobile devices.
DW’s science program in Indonesia, Inovator, is being broadcast by the terrestrial broadcaster Satelit TV. The latest episode of the show will be broadcast twice weekly in the region around Purkowtero on the island of Java to around 100,000 households.
DW has two new partners in Pakistan. City Entertainment Cable in Wah and Crystal Cable in Rawalpindi near Islamabad have made DW a part of their basic packages. Both partners have a combined 45,000 subscribers.
The Australian pay TV provider Puma TV is broadcasting DW and DW (Deutsch) on the popular Optus B D2 satellite. DW’s channels will be available alongside 30 other free-to-air broadcasters offered to European immigrants in the region.
Date2016-11-02 | 3:24
TagsBrazil, Channels TV, DW, DW (Deutsch), Eco@Africa, G1, Globo, Inovator, KTN, Puma TV, Satelit TV, Turkcell
DW building new partnerships at MIPCOM 2016
One of the world’s largest entertainment conferences, MIPCOM brings together media professionals from around the world for four days of sharing ideas about the future of the industry. Representatives from DW and DW Transtel are currently at the 2016 conference to meet with partners, create new connections and showcase the best of DW’s programming.
“At events like MIPCOM we can showcase the best of DW’s programming while creating the basis for long-lasting partnerships,” said Petra Schneider, DW’s Director of Distribution.
At this year’s MIPCOM, DW Transtel is featuring two highlights. Need to Compete gives a rare glimpse at the spirit of competition celebrated in communities and cultures around the world with exciting and unique games, contests and sports go beyond ordinary entertainment. Composers of Genius lets music lovers discover the lives of musical masters through the cities, people and places that touched their lives and helped them shape their genius.
If you are interested in learning more about partnership opportunities with DW, please contact us today.
Date2016-10-19 | 7:49
Market roundup: October 2016
DW’s popular lifestyle magazine Euromaxx will soon be adapted for Malaysian audiences after a coproduction agreement between DW and Malaysia’s largest media group, TM Net. In 2016 and 2017, 52 regionally adapted episodes of Euromaxx will be broadcast across Malaysia on Hypp Sensasi, a network operated by TM Net.
In Pakistan, DW television and radio content is now being carried on two newly aquired partners. Three Star Cable is broadcasting DW’s English-language channel to more than 60,000 subscribers. Radio partner Highway FM is broadcasting DW news bulletins in Urdu at 6:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. local time.
DW and DW (Deutsch) are now available via Optus B D2 satellite on Puma TV, an international TV channel broadcasting in Oceania.
DW is increasing its reach in Latin America with a new broadcasting partnership. New DW partner IntiNetwork broadcasts health, lifestyle and cultural programming to 12 Latin American countries and is received by around 6.1 million households. The Spanish-language DW programs En Forma, ¡Aquí Estoy!, Visión Futuro and Escápate, will make a valuable contribution to increasing the diversity of IntiNetwork’s programming.
Radio Kledu in Mali is including DW articles in French with daily posts on its app and Facebook site. And the online news site Cameroun24 now features a content box and a live stream of DW’s English-language channel. The site reaches an estimated 400,000 visitors every month.
DW Innovation partners InVID and REVEAL have joined the First Draft News Network, a international group of media outlets and organizations dedicated to exchanging ideas and topics about social newsgathering and social media as a news source.
Date2016-10-06 | 1:22
Tags¡Aquí Estoy!, Cameroun24, DW, DW (Deutsch), DW Urdu, En forma, Escápate, euromaxx, First Draft News, Highway FM, IntiNetwork, InVID, Pakistan, Radio Kledu, Reveal, Three Star Cable, Vision Futuro
Market roundup: September 2016
The news aggregation app, Smartnews, now includes English-language content from DW. The product of a Japanese startup, Smartnews has 13 million monthly users and was nominated this year for the Google Play Awards in the innovation category.
After expanding cooperation with the censorship circumvention specialists, Psiphon, DW’s Farsi news content is reaching more people in Iran. In one month, more than 85,000 daily users have been able to access DW’s independent and accurate global news coverage using Psiphon’s desktop and mobile technology. DW has worked with Psiphon for several years to deliver content to places where local sensors block international news.
The most advanced IPTV provider in India has acquired DW’s English-language channel, DW, for its channel package. Bangalore-based LukUp Media operates a “light stream” network that keeps transmission costs low and makes LukUp content more affordable for a wider group of consumers. In its first year of operation LukUp has added 150,000 subscribers.
The second-largest cable provider in Pakistan is carrying DW. Tri Star cable in Lahore broadcasts the DW’s English language channel, DW, to more than 100,000 subscribers. And DW is being carried by a new cable partner in Mardan, Pakistan. Mardan Cable Network is the largest provider in the city with 35,000 subscribers.
Date2016-09-01 | 2:31
TagsDW, DW Farsi, Iran, LukUp Media, Mardan Cable, My Super TV, Psiphon, Smartnews, Tri Star Cable, TVB