Adding another channel to its kitty, Amagi Media Labs will now sell airtime on Zee TV to the advertisers who want to target specific geographies. Zee Entertainment Enterprises (ZEEL) has partnered with the company to bring geo-targeting on its Hindi general entertainment channel, Zee TV.
It already partners with at least 15 TV channels including Times Now/ET Now, Zee News/Zee Business, Ten Sports/Ten Cricket, IBN7, CNBC Awaaz, CNN-IBN, Nick, UTV Movies, Zoom, Maa Group and Udaya Group.
In an official communiqué, Ashish Sehgal, chief sales officer, Zee TV, says, "This partnership will make available a whole new set of targeting options for advertisers. Zee TV is also looking to increase its client base through geo targeting, which will help local clients target their specific markets on a large GEC and shift monies from print to Zee TV."
In July, Amagi partnered with Zee News and Zee Business for geo-targeting of ad-sales. Zee TV's programming includes fiction and non-fiction shows, movies, specials and award shows.
L S Krishnan, business head, Amagi, says, "Our advertisers have always been on the lookout for targeted offering on a large GEC."
For the record, Amagi currently boasts of over 1500 clients across 100+ cities, with 10 million ad seconds.