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YuppTV Launches ETV Telugu for viewers in the US

TV viewers in the United States will now have further reason to rejoice - YuppTV has outdone itself once again, by bringing the most popular and prestigious Telugu Channel ETV on YuppTV.

As a favorite channel of the Telugu diaspora in the US, it had an enormous fan following when available on YuppTV earlier. ETV is back again and is one of the most sought after paid channels included in the Telugu package offered to US customers by YuppTV. With ETV in the bouquet, YuppTV becomes the most dominant provider of Telugu content to the US region.

TV viewers in the United States can now have the benefit of watching ETV with its most comprehensive coverage on current affairs and its host of entertainment programmes. YuppTV has endeavored to bring this channel once again to US viewers, thus enabling them to opt for a comprehensive Telugu package that covers all the important Telugu channels being aired in India today. Now US viewers can stay completely updated, without feeling deprived of any key coverage, news bulletins or entertainment. It is one more step towards bringing the world onto one platform, another commendable move by a global leader, in proving their commitment to the customer.

Talking about the launch, Uday Reddy, CEO, YuppTV said, “By offering ETV, we have become the dominant provider of Telugu content in the US Region. It is for the benefit and pleasure of thousands of Telugu viewers in the US that we have gone this extra mile to bring ETV back on YuppTV. Our aim is to give viewers a 360-degree experience and we will not compromise on any front, to deliver on our promise. We are sure that TV viewers in the US will welcome this new launch with enthusiasm. We are happy to give them the channels of their choice and trust that they enjoy every viewing moment.”

A leader, pioneer and innovator, Yupp TV recently launched its very own streaming player. Using the compact and portable Wi-Fi enabled player, viewers will now be able to access more than 180 channels worldwide in 10+ languages apart from a library of unlimited movies. Content will be made available as Live TV, Catch-up TV, TV Shows, and movies in 1080p High Definition (HD) quality to subscribers, turning normal TVs to smart TVs. Bidding goodbye to commitments users can enjoy hassle-free services backed by easy registration and high quality 24/7 customer service.

YuppTV continues to be among the world’s leading Over-the-top (OTT) content players, delivering more than 180 Indian television channels worldwide in 11 languages that comprise Hindi, Tamil, Bengali, Punjabi, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Bhojpuri, Oriya and Assamese to its viewers.

About YuppTV

YuppTV has grown into the world’s leading over-the-top (OTT) content player for South Asian Content, live TV, Catch-up TV, and on-demand Movie Solutions. It is a six-year-old company with its headquarters in Atlanta, GA, and having branch offices in the USA and India.

YuppTV delivers more than 180 TV Channels, more than 4500 videos (daily), Movies, Live Events and a lot more, to the six screens for Video content consumption i.e. Connected TVs, Internet STBs, Smart Blu-ray players, PCs, Smart Phones and Tablets. The service currently has one of the industry’s highest content usages per subscriber.

The mission of the company is to make it simple and instant for Broadcasters to deliver live TV and Catch-up TV anytime and anywhere in the world to any internet enabled device.

To know more, please visit www.yupptv.com

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