JungoTV was founded by four business and broadcasting leaders: Dr. Mehmet Oz, the Emmy Award winning television personality, renown cardio-thoracic surgeon and host of the international hit The Dr. Oz Show, the Chairman of NJK Holdings, Nasser J. Kazeminy, an entrepreneur, business leader and philanthropist, Sandy Climan, CEO of Entertainment Media Ventures, and longtime Hollywood dealmaker and international content expert and entrepreneur, George Chung, who will serve as Chief Executive Officer.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, a co-founder of JungoTV says, "It is time that television started serving the global multi-lingual community that is our world today and this launch represents the globalization of television. In addition to this being the wave of the future, it is the seminal opportunity for those living away from their homeland to reconnect with their culture and lifestyle."
George Chung, CEO of JungoTV explains, "Today, underserved ethnic communities looking for high-quality television entertainment can now subscribe to Omai TV, which will connect them to their culture for an affordable subscription on an easy-to-use platform. This is truly a disrupter in the global television industry and makes the entire world the marketplace for any television network."
Competitively priced lower than cable or satellite TV, Omai TV content providers include: YanTV, KVLA, Vietnam Films & Music (Viet-Pho TV), KBS, MBC, JTBC, BlueMax, Huace and ETTV. Omai TV content providers for 24/7 live streaming includes five channels currently unavailable on cable including: Viet TV24, KVLA, Viet Fun TV and V-Music. Subscriptions can be purchased by going to OmaiTV.com or by downloading the Omai TV app. Subscriptions are now available in the U.S. and Canada, and will soon be available in Europe, the UK, and Vietnam.
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