The Social House Partners With Media Giant QYOU India To Showcase Select Videos on Tata Sky
India’s fastest growing poetry YouTube channel The Social House (TSH) seems to be breaking records when it comes to achieving milestones in a flash! TSH has partnered with Toronto based media giant QYOU Media for its newly launched service on Tata Sky, The Q India. The localized service will showcase digital content curated from popular content creators and broadcast it on TV.
The Q India Service will showcase best performances from the ‘The Social House’s vast collection on television.
“We are happy to partner with QYOU, the media giant, and expanding our content to the masses through Tata Sky’s vast viewers base. We are glad to take our content to the TV watching audience,” said Ravie Solanky, Founder of The Social House in a statement earlier today.
The Social House was curated by Mr. Ravie Solanky last year with the idea of creating a platform for celebrating art. From poetry to storytelling, rapping to comedy, films to – The Social House brings together the best of all forms of craft. The channel’s popularity rocketed withing few months and in less than half a year TSH was awarded with the Silver Button by YouTube.
Today, TSH stands at more than 300K subscribers. It would be a great encouragement for artists associated with this creative ecosystem as now they will be able to extend audience base among TV viewers as well.
A former TV Presenter at Doordarshan Delhi, Surabhi is the author of 'Nascent Wings' and 'Saturated Agitation'. She is a freelance journalist focused on Lifestyle and Social commentaries. She has been writing in this space for six years. Her work has appeared in numerous media outlets, including the Times of India, YP SG, Lifestyle Collective, Youth Ki Awaaz and Re:ad Poetry among others. She also writes Tech articles that have appeared on Tech Collective, Kr Asia, SBO.SG, SYNC PR, Entrepreneur and e27. She is the founder of The Vent Machine.
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