Zenga TV and 9X Jalwa team up to offer mobile content

Zenga TV has teamed up with 9X Jalwa to bring timeless Bollywood hits to users. With this partnership, 9X Jalwa will be made available to users on Zenga TV’s seamless, non-buffering mobile and Web TV service. This ensures that Bollywood fans can view their favourite tunes and other content on web and also on mobile. 9X Jalwa claims to be India’s first Music Channel completely dedicated to timeless Bollywood hits. It airs melodious, romantic and most rocking music from Hindi movies touting to cover melodies ranging from mid-60s to the early 2000.

Bollywood hits on the go

Bollywood hits on-the-go



9X Jalwa is already available through cable and satellite in Indian homes and has now taken a step further, as it can be accessed even on-the-go with the Zenga Media platform. Vibha Gosher, Vice President Digital, 9X Media Group, says that with one sixth the bandwidth requirement and non-buffering streaming, Zenga TV was the automatic choice to best serve our audience. 


Moreover, it also airs short format humour and trivia led shows to keep you entertained. Some of the shows on 9X Jalwa are Kassette Kahaniyan, Bolly Brands and more. Keeping in view the trending and common devices, the company allows viewers to conveniently watch 9X Jalwa round the clock on their mobile phones, tablets and computers. Zenga TV services are available across all leading mobile networks like Idea, Vodafone, Airtel, Aircel, BSNL, MTNL, Reliance, Docomo and also web. 


Commenting on the partnership, Shabir Momiin, CEO- Zenga TV said “We are pleased to partner with 9X Jalwa, Indian’s First Music Channel completely dedicated to Timeless Bollywood Hits. 9X Jalwa will be available PAN India and internationally on our advanced live digital streaming platform. Our partnership with 9X Jalwa underscores Zenga’s commitment in bringing rich and differentiated TV content to mobile and web users across India. With 9X Jalwa content going live on Zenga, I am sure its unprecedented reach and popularity will be further strengthened."

Published Date: Mar 13, 2012 10:28 am | Updated Date: Mar 13, 2012 10:28 am