Turner International India

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Turner International India Pvt Ltd
Type 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 (India)
POGO
CNN-IBN
WB India
Website turner.com

Turner International India Pvt. Ltd. is the Indian arm of the Turner Broadcasting System, a Time Warner company. It manages the sales and marketing of Turner’s news and entertainment services in India and other South Asian countries.

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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]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Dibeyendu Ganguly (7 May 2010). "Turner International India just got married". The Economic Times. Retrieved 27 June 2010. 
  2. ^ "Turner shuts down Imagine TV". Business Standard. 13 April 2010. Retrieved 27 June 2010. 

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