Saturday, July 30, 2011

Star Vijay Nite, 30-07-2011

Star Vijay Night, Video
July 30, 2011


Thursday, July 28, 2011

Fiction, the main focus for Vijay TV

After successfully experimenting with various non-fiction shows during prime time and non-prime time, Vijay TV, the Tamil GEC from Star Network, has again set its eyes on fiction by launching an array of new shows during prime time.

The first show to be launched was ‘Maharani’, which captures the life of two orphans, who were best of friends once but turn bitter enemies later on. The show has been consistently delivering good numbers and has set the ball rolling for others to follow.

Post ‘Maharani’, Vijay TV had launched another show called ‘Yam irukka Bayam yean’, a spiritual thriller. Having stabilised the 7-8 pm weekday prime time, Vijay TV came up with its third fiction show, ‘Mahan’, a mythological serial that talks about the birth, the calling, the sacrifices, and the life of sages. The series covers the lives of saints like Guru Sri Ragavendrar and others. ‘Mahan’, being aired at 6.30 pm, is the follow-up to the successful mythological series ‘Saibaba’, which had a very good run.

The strengthening of the fiction band was completed with the launch of ‘Meera’ and ‘Yen peyar Meenatchi’ last week in the 8-9 pm band, thereby creating a good mix of genres like mythology, supernatural thriller and intense family drama. The weekday prime time now consists of five fiction shows that occupy the 6.30-9 pm block. That apart, Vijay TV is constantly exploring newer time bands in the afternoon and late prime time for positing fiction shows.

Speaking about the new launches K Sriram, General Manager, Vijay TV, said, “We have done a lot of groundwork in understanding the psychographic profiles of women across Tamil Nadu, conducted focus group studies and have discussed numerable storylines before launching the fiction shows, and it is very encouraging to note that the band is gaining momentum and we hope to keep building on the same.”

Qtel Adds Vijay TV to Pehla on Mozaic TV

Qtel’s Mozaic TV continues to offer the widest range of entertainment for customers across Qatar, with exciting new channels now available on its Pehla Variety and Pehla Prime packages.
For the first time, Baby TV will be available on Mozaic TV, bringing the world’s first commercial-free channel for infants and toddlers. The channel offers learning and interactive programmes, created by child development experts, to help young viewers discover shapes, colours and nature. At night, Baby TV screens soft noises and classical music, designed to help children settle and go to sleep. Baby TV is available on channel no. 15 on Mozaic TV.

Qtel is also adding Dawn News to Pehla packages. Dawn News is a Pakistani news and current affairs television channel, offering credible and balanced news programming from South Asia, as well as vital updates on business and current affairs. Dawn News is available on channel no. 138 on Mozaic TV. Qtel continues to add new channels to its Mozaic TV service, as part of its mission to ensure that it is providing the very best in home entertainment for all its customers.

Every month, Qtel adds new, Western, Indian, Pakistani and Filipino channels to the offering on Mozaic, to reflect the diverse tastes of its audience. Pehla Variety offers a bouquet of channels in a range of South Asian languages, including the very best in children’s entertainment, news, movies and children’s programmes. Among the most popular channels in the package are STAR Jalsha, SUN TV, Udaya TV, Vijay TV and Gemini TV. Available for just QR35 a month, the Pehla Variety pack brings the very best in South Asian entertainment directly to homes throughout the country.

For cricket fans, Qtel is also offering the incredible Pehla Prime package. As well as the full range of channels in the Pehla Variety pack, the Pehla Prime package offers Cricone, Neo Cricket, Ten Cricket and Star Gold. For just QR145 per month, the Pehla Prime package screens the very best in international and Asian cricket, along with the full range of Pehla Variety channels. Existing customers can apply for the Pehla channel packages by dialling 111 and asking to upgrade. New customers can add the packages to their subscription when they sign-up  for Mozaic TV services at any Qtel Shop or Starlink store. With the roll-out of Qtel’s advanced fibre network across Qatar, an increasing number of residences soon have the option of crystal clear, high definition television with Mozaic TV.
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