eMedia Network

eMedia Network, Inc.
Private company
Industry Media
Founded 2005
Headquarters San Diego, California
Key people
Chris Williams, President & CEO
Karina Getzlaff, Vice President & CFO
Products Ethnic broadcasting
Owner Chris Williams
Website eMedia Network

eMedia Network, Inc. (EWN) is an American-based media company that markets and distributes various international television and radio services to ethnic viewers in North America as well as Australia & New Zealand. It was founded in February 2005 and is based in San Diego, California.

In 2015, EuroWorld Network underwent a corporate re-branding, the company was renamed eMedia Network.[1]

eMedia Network currently distributes over 20 television channels and 2 radio stations catering to the following ethnic groups: Croatian, Hungarian, Macedonian and Serbian.

Offices

Headquarters

Sales offices

Channels

Croatian

Hungarian

Macedonian

Serbian

NOTE:

† - Available via Satellite & IPTV
‡ - Available via IPTV only

Availability

eMedia Network channels are distributed via satellite on the following platforms: Galaxy-19 at 97°W (North America coverage) and Optus D2 at 152° East (Australia and New Zealand coverage). In addition, eMedia Network operate its own IPTV platform iON, which is available in North America and Australia. The IPTV service originally launched in partnership with Canadian ethnic broadcaster Ethnic Channels Group as NEXTV America & NEXTV Australia. However, in 2015 the service was re-launched as iON with eMedia Network taking over full control alongside new broadcast partner GSS Media.

World Media International

On August 21, 2013, eMedia Network announced a partnership with Australian Pay-TV provider World Media International to create an IPTV platform for their services.[2] Through this agreement EWN distributed the following channels for WMI via IPTV:

As of 2017, these channels are no longer distributed by eMedia Network.

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