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In10 Media Network launches kids’ channel ‘Gubbare’ on Children’s Day

For kids from 2 to 14 years of age, the Hindi channel will deliver non-stop entertainment and fun-learning through animation series and movies. With Masti Ke Phuwarre as its tagline, the programming celebrates magic, mischief and merrymaking

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Media and entertainment company In10 Media Network ventured into the kids’ entertainment space on Children’s Day with the launch of new premium Hindi channel, Gubbare — Masti Ke Phuwarre.

The network runs channels such as Epic TV – India Ka Apna Infotainment, ShowBox – Apna Music, Apna Swag and Filamchi – Filman Ka Laalchi.

For young viewers between the ages 2 and 14, Gubbare delivers non-stop entertainment and fun-learning through exciting animation series and movies. With Masti Ke Phuwarre as its brand tagline, the programming celebrates magic, mischief and merrymaking — elements that promise endless joy and cheer in the lives of kids.


Aditya Pittie, Managing Director, In10 Media Network, said, “At In10 Media Network, we are focused on building scalable businesses and strategically expanding our footprint in the industry. In our country, television continues to be a primary viewing platform for kids’ entertainment among most households. We are excited to launch Gubbare on Children’s Day and build an affinity with kids through the channel’s distinctive and exciting programming.”

Gubbare offers wholesome entertainment for kids and provides a platform for brands to associate with and reach out to their target audience. The content line-up along with engagement synergies through marketing initiatives such as the ‘Gubbare Kids Club’ provides innovative ways for brands to engage with kids and create a level of interactivity. Fresh approach to content gives advertisers an opportunity to align with new characters and shows.

A 24-hour kids’ channel, Gubbare’s library offers an eclectic mix of innovatively-told stories and fascinating characters, spinning tales of adventure, thrill, comedy, learning, etc. Transcending cultures and countries, the current programming includes a mix of Indian animation such as Appu – The Yogic Elephant, Love U Ganesha, Chhota Hatim and Seven Monsters as well as introduces Billa Jasoos, Marcus Khiladi, My Bhoot Friends, Leo and Tig, The Dabangg Girls, Atchoo to the Indian audience on the channel. Apart from series, the channel will telecast animated movies on weekends.

Gubbare, a pay channel, will be a part of the ‘Apna Epic Value Pack’. It would be available on all major DTH and cable operators across India.

Viewers can watch Gubbare on Airtel Digital DTH at Channel Number 465, on Fastway Transformers Private Ltd. at channel number 386, on GTPL Hathway at channel number 371, on GTPL KCBPL at channel number 312, on Indian Cable Net at channel number 717, on SITI Network at channel number 453, on UCN at channel number 195, on SITI Maurya Cable at channel number 716, on Digiana at channel number 570 and soon on Tata Sky.


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