This latest development highlights the growing distribution of Da Vinci, with the family-friendly educational channel now broadcasting in 18 languages to more than 30 million homes across Asia, Africa and Central and Eastern Europe.
“Da Vinci turns TV viewing from passive observation into a meaningful experience, helping children develop various skills at an early age, while encouraging older viewers to continue asking questions and inviting families to take their life-long learning journeys togethe,” said Ferdinand Habsburg, the channel’s founder and managing director.
“We are thrilled to be aligning with Canal Plus Myanmar, as we share the same of vision of cultivating society through the promotion of education.”
Based in Berlin, Germany, Da Vinci Media offers fun educational programming for kids and families alike through its television channel, Da Vinci – comprised of Da Vinci Kids and Da Vinci Learning programming blocks – as well as its curated Da Vinci Kids video-on-demand app.
Featuring a range of programmes, Da Vinci creates a safe and positive environment for younger viewers, free of any violence or potentially unsuitable content.