Access to Health Information is now just a Click away Medibiz TV joins hands with Air TV
Medibiz TV, the world’s first health satellite channel, has teamed up with ‘Air TV,’ a “Live” Television state-of-the-art streaming application. Users can access Medibiz TV live through the mobile application ‘Air TV Lite.’ The official launch event was organized on May 3 at Aries Plex, Thiruvananthapuram. Dr. Sohan Roy switched on the channel, and Brahmashree Swami Vidyananda, Chairman of Sreenarayana World Research and Peace Center, Narayana TV, and Air TV, inaugurated the event.
Other special guests present at the inaugural function included Padma Shri Marthanda Pillai, Managing Director, Ananthapuri Hospital, Thiruvananthapuram; Former National President of the Indian Medical Association, P. Gopikumar; Renowned musician, Pandit Ramesh Narayanan, and Anjali Devi, Managing Director, Kollam Mehndi’s Fashions.
Medibiz TV is the only international TV channel dedicated solely to the healthcare industry. Since its launch, the channel has been garnering international attention through its best news-based programs. The channel has aired interviews with more than 500 doctors, including international celebrities, and several programs on lifestyle diseases. Medibiz TV was also the event partner in India for the American Association of Indian Origin, an organization of Indian doctors in the United States.
On this occasion, Dr. Sohan Roy, chairman of Medibiz TV, quoted, “With the spread of coronavirus worldwide, we have now decided to join hands with Air TV. Our channel will act as a medium for people to realize the importance of health and spread awareness on healthy living.”
Biju Devraj, vice-chairman of the Sreenarayana World Research and Peace Center, mentioned that the OTT platform ‘Air TV Lite’ was launched after years of extensive research. “The platform has a user interface based on artificial intelligence. It currently has a presence in 56 countries and aims to reach 120 in the next two months. We are expecting the number of channels to cross 300 in the next 60 days,” he added.
Channels like Asianet News, 24News, News18, MediaOne, TimesNow, NDTV, India Today, and more can be watched free on Air TV. The platform’s uniqueness lies in the fact that you can enjoy it hassle-free even with low internet access. It is also very easy to navigate from one channel to another, and the user does not need any special registration.
‘AirTV Lite’ is now available on the Play Store for Android mobiles. It will be made available on iOS platforms soon.