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Travelxp launches in Romania's via Telekom Romania

The travel channel is shown on DTH and IPTV platforms in the European country

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MUMBAI: Expanding its footprint in Europe, Travelxp has launched its operations in Romania from 1 January 2020. The channel will be shown on DTH and IPTV platforms of Telekom Romania, which is an integrated telecommunications company.

As viewers in Romania enjoying global travel programmes from the comfort of their homes, Travelxp is becoming 100 per cent localised with subtitles in Romanian and keeping its commitment to connect with audiences in their own language.

Travelxp managing director - Europe Sumant Bahl said: “The year 2019 has been an excellent year for the channel, and 2020 begins with a crucial partnership with Telekom Romania. We are excited to showcase 100% original travel documentary programming to the viewers of Romania, and to have the experience and explore the world on their television screens.”

Meanwhile, Telekom Romania chief commercial officer, residential segment Andreas Elsner said: “By including Travel XP in our TV grids, we are providing our customers with exciting programmes, which will broaden their perspective on travel and will give them the opportunity to learn new things about different cultures and countries. Our partnership with Travel XP is valuable through the variety and quality of the broadcast content which we are certain that our customers will enjoy watching.”

Travelxp is already localised in nine European languages and distributed in over 18 countries across Europe.

Travelxp is an initiative of Celebrities Management Private Limited, India, and Media Worldwide Limited, UK with interests in broadcast, advertising, media consulting and other related services.

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