Popular Pakistani television channel SEE TV, today announced that Evolution Media Network will be handling its Europe sales.
SEE TV had its soft launch on 30th March 2017 on Sky 862 and began its regular programming on 3rd April 2017, amidst reports of widespread viewer anticipation. SEE TV is confident to stand out in the UK market due to its high end production values and all programs telecast with English subtitling.
In a press statement to BizAsiaLive.com , the channel said, “From its start SEE TV stayed clear of any typical trends of Pakistan set by previous channels. In fact it has set its own trend by making itself the first entertainment channel suitable for the entire family. The reason it is the first entertainment channel is because unlike other channels the parents do not have to keep the remote control in their hand ready to switch due to inappropriate content. People are saying its the first Family Entertainment channel in Pakistan.
Not only has SEE TV focused on dramas like every other Pakistani channel but they have also brought sitcoms, kids segments, reality shows and a brand new format morning show. SEE TV is the only Pakistani based channel which has not aired Indian content. SEE TV’s content has been produced to be meaningful and promote positive family messages to society.
SEE TV launched a brand new morning show format ‘Sunrise from Istanbul’ which was an instant hit in Pakistan. On ‘SFI’s launch it was instantly iconic for SEE TV because it attracted all the biggest celebrities of Pakistan to its stunning boat set on the Bosphorus in Istanbul.
SEE TV’s blockbuster cartoon ‘Jan’ proved a huge success not only with children but their parents too as it is culturally relevant to Pakistan unlike what was previously available. Now what happens in Pakistan if the kids dont turn Jan on themselves the parents will turn it on for them as they are happy for the Urdu language and culture to be provided to their children.
SEE TV launched the first reality show to be created and widely acclaimed and appreciated in Pakistan ‘Mehman Nawwaz’.”
SEE TV has also subscribed to BARB for official viewing figures from today.