Turner International India

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Turner International India Pvt. Ltd.
Subsidiary
Industry Entertainment
Cable Television
Interactive Media
Headquarters Mahipalpur, New Delhi, India
Area served
South Asia
Key people
Siddharth Jain (MD - Turner, South Asia)
Parent Time Warner
Divisions Cartoon Network
Pogo
CNN-News18
WB Channel
Toonami (India)
Website www.turner.com

Turner International India Pvt. Ltd. is the Indian subsidiary of Turner Broadcasting System and one of Turner's international divisions. It manages the sales and marketing of Turner’s news and entertainment services in India and other South Asian countries.

Services

The company offers the Indianized version of the Turner's content, across multiple genres and partnerships that including

Turner also has several successful partnerships in India, including:

  • CNN-IBN, a 24-hour English news channel in partnership with GBN (a TV18 company)
  • Zee Turner Limited, a TV distribution company, in partnership with Zee Entertainment Enterprises
  • Media Pro Enterprise India Pvt. Ltd., in partnership with Star Den Media Services Pvt. Ltd. Formed in May 2011, the company distributes the largest channel bouquet covering a total of 65 channels.

In 2010, Turner India took over the Imagine TV channel from NDTV for $117 million.[1] This channel was later shut down in 2012.[2]

References

  1. ^ Dibeyendu Ganguly (7 May 2010). "Turner International India just got married". The Economic Times. Retrieved 27 June 2010. 
  2. ^ Reporter, B. S. "Turner shuts down Imagine TV". Retrieved 2016-08-03. 

External links

  • Turner.com: Turner Broadcasting System subsidiaries, brands, and locations



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