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For over 60 years, DW has built a tradition of success around the world with quality programming and reliable journalism. Our distributional philosophy is "think globally, act locally" – and this means that everything we produce, whether it is a regional segment on Asian business or educational radio for Africa, provides local audiences with valuable global insights.
To implement this strategy we rely on a global network of over 4000 partners that carry and rebroadcast our quality content. DW produces an exceptional variety of television programming broadcast around the world on five channels via satellite and a network of selected partners. DW's radio programming is broadcast on shortwave, satellite and with regional partners. DW also produces editorial content in 30 languages available online and on the DW app. All of our content and programming consistently provides our target audience of opinion leaders and decision makers with unbiased, reliable news and information.
DW partners are presented with world of possibilities for cooperation – from developing and adapting new formats to organizing joint events and promotional activities. If you would like more information about our programming, or want to include DW in your lineup, please don’t hesitate to contact a distribution representative for your region. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
DW’s popular Indonesian science magazine, Inovator, is being broadcast by even more Indonesian partners. TV9 Nusantara in Surabaya, TirtaTV in Tangerang, JayaTV in Papua and JakTV in Jakarta und Medan are including a weekly episode of the popular show in their lineup. Select episodes are also available on-demand.
Iflix, Asia’s largest OTT provider, is a new DW partner with on-demand content from DW in English being provided to 15 million households in 30 Asian countries, including India, Pakistan and Indonesia. Along with linear TV, Iflix also includes series from DW’s documentary catalogue, DW Transtel.
The Singapore-based OTT platform HOOQ is now carrying a DW English HD livestream that is available in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, India and the Philippines. The service also includes a subtitle function for DocFilm documentaries. The HOOQ app has around 30 million downloads and in Indonesia alone, it has 2 million users.
The Karachi-based cable providers Lucky Seven and Luvis Cable, along with New Grand Dera Ghazi, New Links Peshawar, New Eagle Rawalpindi will broadcast DW’s English TV channel as part of their basic packages. Together the partners reach 60,000 households in Pakistan.
Starting in October, Telenor Norway will include DW in its TV lineup. Based in Fornebu near Olso, the broadcaster reaches 520,000 households.
The largest streaming service in Europe, Zattoo, is streaming all four of DW’s television channels. Zattoo has over 20 million subscribers.