Moonbug and Thema launch channels on new streamer Eazie TV in Singapore

Candle Entertainment-owned Moonbug Entertainment and Canal+ owned Thema are among companies launching channels on the new Singaporean streamer Eazie TV.

Singaporean mobile operator M1 in partnership with Eazie TV launched the new live TV streaming app with over 75 channels earlier this week.

The Moonbug Channel is situated within the kids genre hub on M1 and will air in English to Eazie TV subscribers.

The children channel is also designed to support parents and carers throughout their daily routines, according to the CoComelon owner.

Moonbug IPs will be available to stream in Singapore which includes CoComelon, Blippi, Gecko’s Garage, Morphle, Arpo, Little Baby Bum, as well as recent acquisitions Little Angel and Oddbods.

While, Thema has launched five channels spanning across music, entertainment, cinema and dramas.

Mezzo, Qello Concerts by Stingray, Filmbox Arthouse, Dizi and Inplus are among the roll out of channels from Thema.

Mezzo Live is centered on classical music, ballet and opera. Qello Concerts by Stingray showcases live concert video experiences of artists in all popular genres. FilmBox Arthouse houses a selection of classic and independent cinema titles. With Turksih dramas from Dizi and adventure focused stories on Inplus.

CNN, FOX News Channel, CNBC, Bloomberg TV+, Discovery Channel, HISTORY, HITS NOW, AXN, Nickelodeon, Moonbug, CinemaWorld, ROCK Action, MOLA Golf, MOLA Sport, ONE, KBS KOREA, Phoenix Chinese Channel, TVBS Asia and CCTV-4  have also joined Eazie TV.

“Singapore is a significant market for us, as it is also Moonbug’s headquarter in APAC. We are continuing to roll-out our channel across Asia after we successfully launched in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia,” said Yasmin Zahid, head of distribution and brand Partnerships APAC, Moonbug Entertainment.

Eazie TV said, “Our aim for Eazie TV is to provide wholesome content for the whole family and Moonbug Channel delivers some of the favourite franchises for young children and a great addition to our kids channels offerings.”

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