PAY TV / ENTERTAINMENT
MyZen TV, the international lifestyle channel that offers a range of programming alternatives that includes wellness, health, cooking, home, gardening, travel and real-life stories, announced today that the channel will be launched this moth of April in Mexico on Totalplay.
This is the first time MyZen TV is available in Latin America. The channel’s lifestyle programs will be available to Totalplay users on channel 222. The launch in Latin America is a continuation of the global expansion of MyZen TV, which has also been associated with several broadcasting platforms on more than 82 countries worldwide.
Nela Pavlouska, CEO of MyZen TV said: “Throughout the world, platforms continue to add linear offers in 4K to their grid to satisfy the growing interest of consumers for an immersive and more tangible experience when watching TV. We are delighted to partner with Totalplay, embarking on the MyZen TV foray into Latin America and showing native 4K lifestyle programs to Totalplay subscribers.”
Totalplay is the first platform to launch the 4K service in Mexico. Hugo Adrián Hernández, Director of Content Acquisition and Programming at Totalplay commented: “We are excited to collaborate with MyZenTV that allows us to expand our exclusive and unique content offering in 4K in Mexico.”
Totalplay subscribers will have full access to MyZen TV’s most popular general entertainment shows, from practical lifestyle tips to inspiring documentaries and fashion variety shows that feature, for example, wellness, health, home, gardening content , cooking and travel, produced exclusively in native 4K in the most amazing locations around the world. Holistic nature and beautiful views are always the background of the content of MyZen TV, programming that guarantees to keep the audience captivated.
Willie J. Hernández, general manager and partner of Condista International who manages the distribution sales of MyZen TV, added: “MyZen TV is a wonderful offer for the television viewer and an incredible opportunity for the television spectators in Mexico.”