The deal includes 117x30 programs, co-produced with European, Canadian and U.S. partners such as "Casper's Scare School," "Benjamin Bear," "Leonardo" and "Pet Pals."
DQE, controls exclusive audio, visual, licensing and merchandising rights for India and other countries, and this will now be expanded to include commercial opportunities created through the Sun TV agreement.
Sun TV has the rights to broadcast these programs in four languages, including Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam, across its network in India, Sri Lanka and other countries within the Indian Diaspora.
"Our strategy has always been to provide great content and this agreement will help prove our stronghold as a buyer in the Indian market," says Kavitha Jaubin, channel head of Chutti TV, Sun TV Network, India. "The titles will create a good viewing base and will attract new
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