ZeeQ now available on Dish TV and Videocon d2h

MUMBAI, November, 2012: ZeeQ, the new kids’ genre channel offering by Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. is now available on Dish TV – the DTH service division of Zee Network Enterprises (Essel Group Venture) and on Videocon d2h – the subsidiary of Videocon Group. Dish TV customers can watch the 24-hour channel, ZeeQ on channel no. 510, whereas Videocon d2h customers can watch it on channel no. 525, as a paid-for channel.

ZeeQ’s edutainment platform is set to foster curiosity among children through fun and entertainment.

The ZQ programming slate features programmes like ‘Teenovation’, a show in association with National Innovation Foundation about Children innovators who display brilliance and create utility items for problems they see around them, ‘Wordmatch’ a national Hindi game show, ‘BrainCafé’ a perfect hang out to learn about science theories, concepts and its applications and many more.

The Business Head of ZeeQ, Subhdarshi Tripathy said, “ZeeQ has researched programming content which is produced on the basis of experience of Indian kids.” He added, “We are committed to provide the unique viewing experience of learning through ZeeQ’s edutainment platform to Indian kids through wider network of Dish TV and Videocon d2h.”

In next couple of months, ZeeQ has plans to extend its presence on other DTH platforms too.

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