Kochi, May 11 (IANS) BVJS Communications Wednesday announced the launch of Malayalam IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) for non-resident Keralites (NRKs).
The new IPTV will distribute most of the Malayalam channels from Kerala through the largest and fastest growing platform for media delivery, company officials said.
BVJS Communications is the first distributor to offer high-quality streaming via IPTV and all Kerala channels under one online platform.
Currently, it will deliver the content in North America and then expand to Europe, Australia, Germany and other parts of the world.
'Malayalam IPTV will enrich the state's culture and spread its virtues across the world,' said Varkey Abraham, chairman of BVJS Communications.
Baby Uralil, chief executive officer of BVJS Communications, said: 'Malayalam IPTV offers highest quality Roku-HD Set-Box free to consumers. BVJS has over 11 channels on its platform and will add more later.'
The newly-launched BVJS Communications aims to connect Malayalam and Kerala to the world and bring young generations closer to Kerala culture and traditions through the medium of television.