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Market roundup: November 2018
DW’s daily news magazine, The Day, is now available in the United States on the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). From Monday to Friday, DW’s The Day is broadcast in a regular PBS time slot with world news coverage with in-depth reporting and insight. The program is available via satellite and is broadcast on more than 100 PBS stations nationwide to more than 70 million households in the USA.
DW has been available since October in Malaysia and is gaining popularity with the 8.5 million subscribers of Malaysia’s leading OTT provider tonton.
In Pakistan, cable partners KhyberCable, FrontierCable, WorldCall Lahore, NewTech Gujranwala, LuckyComm Karachi and Jhelum Vision have all agreed to include DW’s English TV programming in their basic packages. Together the new partners reach more than 200,000 households.
Thailand’s mobile video service LOOX is carrying DW programming in English 24/7 on the LOOX-app. The OTT service reaches over 250,000 subscribers nationwide and is operated by the telecom company Thaicom.
Vietnam’s largest English-language news website, VNExpress is including DW articles and videos covering culture, science, sports, business and world news. VNExpress records over 162 million monthly visits and is Vietnam’s most-visited website.
Date2018-11-13 | 3:20
TagsDW News, DW Premium, FrontierCable, KhyberCable, LuckyComm Karachi, NewTech Gujranwala, PBS, The Day, TonTon, VNExpress, WorldCall Lahore
Market roundup: May 2016
DW news content in English, German, French and Polish is now available on Samsung’s news aggregator app Upday. The app is a personalized news service developed by Axel Springer for Samsung phones in Europe. Full DW articles are now available on the service along with content from 1,200 major publications in Germany, France, Great Britain and Poland such as Spiegel, Le Figaro, The Telegraph and Onet.pl.
TonTon, the largest OTT platform in Malaysia now includes DW’s English-language channel TonTon currently has over 5 million subscribers with on-demand and live programming via DSL. DW is available on TonTon along with a small selection of other international broadcasters.
DW has a new cable partner in India. Maa Tara Cable Network is now broadcasting DW’s English-language channel to 50,000 household in the eastern Bihar region.
The Chilean cable provider Mundo Pacífico now includes DW (Latinoamérica) in its digital TV package. Mundo Pacífico has a large share of the pay TV market in Chile and will help increase DW’s technical reach in the region.
Date2016-05-04 | 6:19
TagsAxel Springer, City FM, DW (Latinoamerica), Flash TV, Maa Tara Cable Network, Mundo Pacífico, Radio Flash FM, Radio Habari Njema, Samsung, TonTon, Upday, Ushindi Radio