Great Wall TV package on KylinTV debuts in Singapore

20:31, October 18, 2010      

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Chinese-speaking residents in Singapore will have a new choice of another 31 Chinese channels package from KyLinTV -- a new IPTV service provider, making its entrance into Singapore market following a proven success in North America and Europe.

Singapore also marks KyLinTV's debut as the first country in Asia to tune in to this Chinese channels package -- Great Wall TV package. It includes the line-up of CCTV-4, CCTV-News, CCTV-Opera, China Movie, Beijing TV, Dragon TV, Hunan TV, JiangSu TV and ZTV ( ZheJiang TV), among others.

Great Wall TV package is the flagship product of China International Television Corporation's (CITVC) in its effort to reach out to Chinese overseas in Chinese language.

The channels below includes CCTV-4, featuring up-to-minute news and current affairs programs from China and around the world; Chinese Movie Channel, offering the best selection of films from China's prolific movie industry; CCTV-Opera, with a non-stop panoply of Beijing and other first class operas to satisfy the tastes of Chinese opera buffs; and CCTV-Entertainment, a variety channel allowing Singaporean subscribers to keep up with the latest developments in Chinese culture with its wide line-up of superb variety shows.

Other than Great Wall TV Package, Singapore's Chinese residents can also look forward to more channels on KyLinTV's offering which includes 24-hour Chinese soap opera on KunLun TV and YangTze Drama; edutainment & kids programme on KyLin Kids and Chinese Culture; the business news & current affairs programme on Trading Day, and lifestyle programme on KyLinTV Leisure.

KyLinTV customers can enjoy a simple plug-and-play setup with any broadband network connection, set-top box (STB) and TV.

CITVC vice president Wei Ping spoke enthusiastically of the cooperation, saying, "As the most important Chinese TV channel platform outside of China, the Great Wall TV package is a window connecting the latest members of the Chinese diaspora with their home countries. The latest partnership between CITVC and KyLinTV will provide them access to the best in Chinese television programming, enabling viewers to keep a close eye on what is going on in their hometown."

Meanwhile, We said, the release of Great Wall TV on KyLinTV Singapore will provide all Chinese residents here who are interested in China with a better way to study the Chinese language and discover Chinese culture.

KyLinTV president Duan Jianbing shared "Singapore has both high ethnic Chinese population and good broadband infrastructure provides KyLinTV a good platform. As a new pay TV provider in town to reach out our target audience fast, through the use of IPTV technology and strong Chinese contents."

"I believe KyLinTV's many advantages, including its advanced technology, the professional team, the excellent customer service and mature marketing strategy, all combine to ensure that this same high quality of service will be delivered to its new Singapore subscribers just like how we delighted the North American and European, while providing a bridge linking the members of the Chinese diaspora to their hometowns."

Duan said KyLinTV would continue to bring in new innovations and work with more channel partners to offer more contents relevant for the multi-racial society like Singapore.

Source: Xinhua


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