ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) with over 90 temples spread across the length and breadth of the country and millions of Krishna devotees all over the globe today went digital and announced a separate channel on Mobiles, in collaboration with Mobile TV leaders, Apalya Technologies and Neuron Mediatech, a content and software infrastructure company.
Irfan Khan, Co-founder, Neuron Mediatech opined “We have designed rich media spiritual content based on multimedia device experience and have produced the same in multiple languages like English, Hindi, Gujarati and Sindhi. We are producing 3-5 minutes discourses for masses and will be taking these On-Demand discourses to users all over the world using digital platforms. This ‘On-demand’ offering is custom made using very pertinent topics and questions that one seeks answers to.”
Vamshi Krishna Reddy, CEO and Co-founder, Apalya Technologies said, “Initially, this service will be on-demand, however, given its viewership pattern it can be provided as part of the standard package from Apalya, further on.”
Neuron Mediatech would soon be deploying their spiritual content offerings across other platforms, as well including Internet. They are also planning to launch a dedicated IVR for spiritual content.
Publish date: August 11, 2010 12:00 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 6:36 pm