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ZEE5 Global Expands Language Options


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ZEE Entertainment Enterprises’ international OTT platform ZEE5 Global is now available in 17 languages with the addition today of Malay, Thai, Bahasa, German and Russian.

Further language options are planned as the service targets both the Indian diaspora and mainstream audiences across the globe. “With the introduction of these new languages, ZEE5 further accelerates its drive to be a truly global player,” said Amit Goenka, CEO of ZEE International and ZEE5 Global. “As we move forward with our global expansion, we will continue to not only strengthen and expand our content catalog but also add on new languages as well. This will not only open up the platform to a much wider, mainstream audience but also enable us to quickly expand our partnerships across the globe.”

Archana Anand, chief business officer at ZEE5 Global, added, “India is extremely vibrant and colorful. Here, each emotion is lived and expressed to the fullest, and our movies and stories resonate this vibrancy. The best of these movies and stories is what we bring to you on ZEE5. As storytellers, it is our job to tell great stories and share them with audiences who will enjoy them, irrespective of where they are or what language they speak. With our content now also being available in Thai, Bahasa, Malay, Russian and German, we look forward to forging even deeper connects with our audiences in these markets.”

ZEE5 has been available in 190-plus markets since October 2018 in Hindi, English, Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Bhojpuri, Gujarati and Punjabi, delivering 100,000 hours of on-demand content and 60-plus live-TV channels.








About Mansha Daswani

Mansha Daswani is the editor and associate publisher of World Screen. She can be reached on mdaswani@worldscreen.com.

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