Airtel Digital TV Launched Exclusive CuriosityStream Channel
News Desk, News Nation 360 : Bharti Airtel (Airtel) and CuriosityStream announced that they have deepened their groundbreaking content partnership to bring premium content from CuriosityStream to TV homes in India. Airtel Digital TV, the DTH unit of Airtel, has launched an exclusive Free to Airtel channel with the full catalogue of CuriosityStream’s award-winning factual entertainment films and series. This is the first time that TV homes (DTH) in India will have direct access to globally renowned content from CuriosityStream, which was launched by John Hendricks, the visionary founder of Discovery Channel. CuriosityStream lets viewers explore their passions and discover new ones with thousands of films and series covering space, art, volcanoes, history, travel, cars, architecture, dinosaurs and so much more. Sunil Taldar, CEO – DTH, Bharti Airtel said that they brought CuriosityStream content to India about six months back on the mobile platform offering their customers the exciting array of exclusive content. They are further strengthening this partnership to become the first and only DTH provider in India to offer the content to customers on their television via the set-top-box enabling easy access to all the exclusive content to the entire family. As a brand, they are always innovating to expand their offerings with a discerning array of specially curated content to fulfil the preferences of each of the customers and they promise to continue to delight their customers. The CuriosityStream TV channel (419) will be available to all the 16.5 million-plus customers of Airtel Digital TV and offer massive distribution reach to CuriosityStream. There will be CuriosityStream’s ongoing program, Breakthrough, featuring the special coronavirus series, The Emmy Award-winning Stephen Hawking’s Favorite Places Buttssserfly Effect: Gandhi-The Force of Willpower, The Emmy and BAFTA-nominated David Attenborough’s Light on Earth, Asia’s Monarchies: Nepal, Age of Big Cats and many more.
Report : Anustup Kundu