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Market roundup: October 2018
DW’s popular Indonesian science magazine, Inovator, is being broadcast by even more Indonesian partners. TV9 Nusantara in Surabaya, TirtaTV in Tangerang, JayaTV in Papua and JakTV in Jakarta und Medan are including a weekly episode of the popular show in their lineup. Select episodes are also available on-demand.
Iflix, Asia’s largest OTT provider, is a new DW partner with on-demand content from DW in English being provided to 15 million households in 30 Asian countries, including India, Pakistan and Indonesia. Along with linear TV, Iflix also includes series from DW’s documentary catalogue, DW Transtel.
The Singapore-based OTT platform HOOQ is now carrying a DW English HD livestream that is available in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, India and the Philippines. The service also includes a subtitle function for DocFilm documentaries. The HOOQ app has around 30 million downloads and in Indonesia alone, it has 2 million users.
The Karachi-based cable providers Lucky Seven and Luvis Cable, along with New Grand Dera Ghazi, New Links Peshawar, New Eagle Rawalpindi will broadcast DW’s English TV channel as part of their basic packages. Together the partners reach 60,000 households in Pakistan.
Date2018-10-17 | 7:02
Market roundup: July 2018
Eco@Afrique, the French-language edition of DW’s popular environmental conservation show is expanding its presence in Africa with new broadcasting partnerships in countries including Mali and Burkina Faso.
On the radio, DW’s educational radio soap opera Crime Fighters has been picked up by new broadcasting partners in Burkina Faso, the Ivory Coast and Mali. And in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, one of the country’s largest stations, Top Congo FM, will soon be broadcasting one hour of DW’s French radio programming and two hours in Swahili, along with DW’s Bundesliga coverage.
IDX Channel is Indonesia’s largest bilingual markets and finance channel. They recently acquired the DW English-language magazines Arts21, CheckIn and Made in Germany. IDX Channel reaches a combined audience of 20 million on satellite, IPTV and online.
Charoen Cable TV Network in Thailand will soon include DW’s flagship English channel in its basic programming package. The cable network reaches 600,000 households.
A new cooperation with DW partners in Mexico is focused on enhancing cultural content from Europe for local audiences. Every Monday, a culture expert in Berlin is appearing in live segments broadcast on the Mexican public broadcaster, Canal 22 and the private broadcaster El Financiero.
Date2018-07-19 | 10:24
TagsAfrica, Arts21, Canal 22, Charoen Cable TV Network, CheckIn, Crime Fighters, Eco@Afrique, El Financiero, IDX Channel, Indonesia, made in Germany, Mexico, Thailand, Top Congo FM
Market roundup: May 2018
One of Vietnam’s top DTH providers has expanded its partnership with DW. Premium subscribers of the broadcaster K+ can now register for the new OTT bouquet My K+, which provides content on tablet, smartphone or desktop. DW’s complete English television program is available on this new service, which features over 850,000 subscribers.
Jak TV in Jakarta and Medan, Indonesia is broadcasting DW’s Indonesian science program Inovator. JakTV reaches an estimated audience of 12 million on UHF, VHF and cable.
Nan Kuo Cable, a cable provider based in Taiwan’s second-largest city Kaoshiung, now carries DW’s English channel in its entirety.
DW’s Ecuadorian partner, Ecuador TV, will now broadcast the Spanish-language version of DW’s environmental program, Global 3000. Ecuador TV is available via cable and satellite to 3 million households across the country.
A new Puerto Rican news website with over 10 million monthly page views, El Nuevo Día, is featuring DW’s Spanish-language articles for users in the USA and Puerto Rico.
Date2018-05-07 | 11:48
TagsEcuador TV, GLOBAL 3000, Indonesia, Inovator, Jak TV, K+, Nan Kuo Cable, Pakistan, Super FM, Taiwan, Vietnam
Market roundup: January 2017
In December, DW organized a blogging event for “Digital Influencers” in Mozambique. The goal of the event in Maputo was to get to know the digital scene in Mozambique better, to form a network of likeminded thinkers and to meet new potential partners. The most important topics from the event were social networks, citizen journalism and the pros and cons of digital platforms. The event was broadcast on Facebook Live.
In Congo, Afrika TV and Canal Numérique Télévision will be broadcasting DW radio programming in French and Kiswahili.
The newly formed Community Radio Association in Cameroon, which was supported by DW, has also led to 10 new radio partners.
The television channels First Digital, GHone, EBN (Eclipse Broadcasting Network) and NET2 TV are now broadcasting DW programs in Ghana.
DW has five new partners in Pakistan for its English channel: Systak Cable Network and Shaheen Tel Cable Network in Islamabad, Sky Vision International Cable Network in Multan, Showtime CATV Network in Karachi und Rose Plus Communications in Hasanabdal.
Topas TV is now broadcasting DW’s science program for the Indonesian-speaking market, Inovator.
The Chilean broadcaster TVU has integrated several DW programs into its lineup, including Euromaxx, Todo gol, Global 3000, Visión futuro und Patrimonio mundial. TVU is a terrestrial broadcaster with a technical reach of 1.5 million viewers.
Date2017-01-02 | 1:03
Market roundup: November 2015
The news websites Focus Guinée und Guinée Signal are now DW partners for online content in French. The radio stations RTCT, Radio Télévision Communautaire Oasis and Radio Télévision Communautaire Ondese are now DW partners in Congo. They are broadcasting DW’s radio program daily in French and Kiswahili.
R2A Radio Azur in Togo is now broadcasting Learning by Ear, as well as the morning and evening shows in French and the evening show in Hausa.
In Cameroon, DW has three new partners for TV and radio. TV+ Cameroun will be including DW’s English channel in its portfolio, Canal2 will be broadcasting select programs like Made in Germany and Conflict Zone and CBS will broadcasting radio programs like Learning by Ear and AfricaLink.
UTV Ghana and Light TV are now DW partners as well, broadcasting programs like Kick Off! and Business Brief. Also in Ghana, Vision 1 is now broadcasting DW’s radio program AfricaLink as part of its lineup.
DW is now working with MHz Networks in North America to distribute the English channel DW. MHz will now be broadcasting a three-hour block of DW from 15:00 to 18:00 (Eastern Time), which is picked up by DirectTV, more than 31 PBS stations and many other cable networks. It’s available in markets like New York, Los Angeles and Chicago and reaches more than 40 million households.
DW will be one of the first media companies to be included in Apple News with its own channel. The app has been included in the iOS9 launch.
The Indonesian website kompas.com is a new DW partner. Kompas will be integrated DW’s online content in Indonesian to its portfolio. It’s the 11th most popular website in Indonesia with 20 million active users and 40 million page impressions per month.
As part of a new coproduction, DW’s award-winning lifestyle program Euromaxx is now available in Lithuanian and broadcast on the public broadcaster LRT. DW’s Arts.21 is also being produced and broadcast by LRT in Lithuanian.
Date2015-11-03 | 10:23
TagsAfricaLink, Cameroon, Conflict Zone, DW, euromaxx, Ghana, Indonesia, Kiswahili, Kompas, Lithuania, LRT, Tim Sebastian, Togo