EUROWorldNetwork

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EURO-World Network, Inc.
Private company
Industry Media
Founded 2005
Headquarters San Diego, California
Key people
Chris Williams, President & CEO
Karina Getzlaff, Vice President & CFO
Products Ethnic broadcasting
Owner Chris Williams
Website EURO-World Network

EURO-World Network, Inc. (EWN) is an American-based media company that markets and distributes various international television and radio services to ethnic viewers in North America as well as Australia & New Zealand. It was founded in February 2005 and is based in San Diego, California. In establishing a strong foundation in these areas of business, EWN has teamed up with many of the world’s leading service providers, such as Ethnic Channels Group, STN - Satellite Telecommunication Network, Arqiva, Encompass and Globecast.

EURO-World Network currently owns & operates 24 television channels and 10 radio stations catering to the following ethnic groups: Croatian, Dutch, Hungarian, Macedonian and Serbian.

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Croatian[edit]

Dutch[edit]

Hungarian[edit]

Macedonian[edit]

Serbian[edit]

NOTE:

† - Available via Satellite & IPTV
‡ - Available via IPTV only

Availability[edit]

  • EURO-World Network channels are distributed via satellite on the following platforms: Galaxy-19 at 97°W (North America coverage) and Optus D2 at 152° East (Australia and New Zealand coverage). In addition, EURO-World Network operates its own IPTV platforms NEXTV America and NEXTV Australia, which was launched in partnership with Canadian ethnic broadcaster Ethnic Channels Group.

World Media International[edit]

On August 21, 2013, EURO World Network announced a partnership with Australian Pay-TV provider World Media International to create an IPTV platform for their services.[1] Through this agreement EWN will distribute the following channels for WMI via IPTV:

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