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EPTV takes the Pacific to viewers around the world

EPTV takes the Pacific to viewers around the world.

Source: Event Polynesia


Event Polynesia this week launched its new service, EPTV with three designated online channels, three YouTube Community channels and another three to be fully operational in the next few months.

According to Mr. Edwin Puni, Managing Director of Event Polynesia, “Online utilities such as YouTube plus ongoing growth in internet connection access have opened up the Pacific to a whole new audience. EPTV offers a good selection of online footage that promotes and celebrate the successes of Pacific people all over the world.”

“Tagata Pasefika channel and TV Samoa channel are definitely a popular choice, bringing the sounds and a glimpse of ‘home’ to the many Pacific people now residing in countries like New Zealand, Australia, USA and Europe,” Puni added.

EPTV Boxing channel is destined to build a huge international following with free viewing of Event Polynesia Boxing fight nights covering its grassroots all guts and flair boxing, entertaining fa’afafine boxing, and international title fights.  Event Polynesia Boxing is leading the resurgence of Pacific professional boxing in New Zealand by providing the much needed tournaments.

Travel and a Business designated channel are the next two to go live on EPTV to promote Pacific destinations and trade. The new channels will offer Tourist operations and Pacific businesses the opportunity to advertise on EPTV with an average traffic of 1.2 million a month. For more information about EPTV service, contact

“Media evolution with online publication and streaming has established the Internet as today’s media choice and Event Polynesia as the most popular Pacific online portal,” said Mr. Puni.


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