Saturday, 3 January 2015

Care World TV goes global, launches in the US

Care World TV, the seven-year-old health and fitness television channel has been launched in the United States of America (USA) to become the world's largest global health care television channel. Top media professional, Lal Dadlaney has been roped in to set up and launch the channel in the US.
The Channel will deliver high quality credible content in holistic, ethical and professional manner integrating health and fitness for the mind, body and soul with the help of highly experienced practitioners specializing in various disciplines and well known Spiritual Leaders who share alternative remedies and ancient secrets. Care World TV has been launched as a Conventional and Complementary Medical ,Wellness and Life style Channel to serve South Asians in the US and Canada. The Channel will carry US produced content involving prominent US Doctors who seek to give back to the Community their knowledge and skills.
Lal Dadlaney, formerly Business and Operations head at TV Asia USA network, was primarily responsible for revamping and strengthening the infrastructure and operations of the channel. Based in New Jersey with over 20 years in Film and TV distribution, he will launch Care World TV USA the first 24x7.
Mr. Ajit Gupta, Managing Director of Care World TV, India is providing content, ideation and studio infrastructure; and along with Dadlaney and others is a Founding member of the new venture. “While there are many channels in the general entertainment space in the US and Canada in all languages for South Asians, there is not a single channel dedicated to providing quality health information in an engaging, exciting, and entertaining manner. Care World TV USA will occupy that space,” says Mr. Gupta.
The channel is in test mode and is available for free 24 x 7 on many of the digital devices. For further information on the channel visit:

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