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New chairman for Indian communications regulator

... broadcasting industry. The first phase of the mandatory digitisation of India's cable networks will see the metros of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai digitised by 1 July 2012, with the whole country ...

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Dish TV launches regional DTH bouquets

... comes mid-way through India's mandatory drive to digitise its vast cable TV network. "There is huge opportunity as the third and fourth phase of digitisation will see roughly 90 million viewers moving ...

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Indian regulator to issue digital directive soon

... their coverage area. The mandatory digitisation of India's cable TV network is to be completed nationwide by 31 December 2014, with the first phase – in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai - completed ...

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Indian regulator slammed for ‘legitimising’ high TV carriage fees

... digital television. The first phase of the cable digitisation programme will see analogue signals switched off in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata on 1 July 2012. "Keeping in view the fact that substantial ...

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Indian DTH growth slows further

... in the country's digitisation rollout, which was pushed back four months. One big positive development however has been the reduction in churn rates as active-to-net-subscriber ratios improved. For the ...

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... the self-regulating mechanism in the form of Broadcasting Content Complaints Council [BCCC]." Singh said that digitisation was the industry's biggest challenge at present. "With very little time left ...

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Indian pay-TV industry hits back at regulator’s ad cap proposal

... channels currently rely more on advertising revenue than they do on subscription fees, with some putting the ratio at 70:30. TRAI argues, however, that with the advent of mandatory cable digitisation across ...

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Dish TV launches SD recorder

With India's cable TV digitisation deadline looming, Dish TV has launched India's first SD recorder aimed at non-HD TVs. It is priced competitively at Rs 1590. The Dish+ is a standard set-top box with ...

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Half of Mumbai homes now have set-top boxes

A review by the I&B Ministry has revealed that about 50% of Mumbai's TV households have switched to set-top boxes (STBs), indicating the pace at which digitisation of cable services has picked up over ...

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Indian Government extends deadline for digital cable TV

... necessary set top boxes. Announcing the extension just ten days before the 30 June deadline was due to take effect, the first phase of mandatory digitisation of India's cable TV network will now be ...

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Opera Software eyes Indian STB partnership

... big opportunities as India's cable digitisation means that every cable TV household will need a new STB by 2014 in order to access channels. Kamath added: "India is a strategic market for us. We support ...

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India’s DTH subscribers soar above 44 million

... digitisation is required by 1 July 2012, ahead of the national deadline of 31 December 2014. The total number of set top boxes installed increased to 853,737 in the quarter ended 31 December 2011, compared ...

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Hathway becomes first Indian MSO to offer HD IPL

The fifth season of the DLF Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket tournament, which starts on 4 April, is available in high definition (HD) to Hathway digital cable subscribers in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad ...

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New Intelsat headend in the sky for Jain TV Group

Jain TV Group's Noida Software Technology Park (NSTPL) has picked Intelsat to provide satellite capacity for a new Indian digital cable television distribution platform, otherwise known as a 'headend in ...

135

Mix music channel now on Dish TV India

Hindi music channel Mix is to carried by India's Dish TV, following a deal between the direct to home (DTH) operator and the channel owner Multi Screen Media (MSM). Mix is already available on Tata ...

136

Government rolls out Arasu Cable TV in Chennai

State-run Arasu Cable TV has started broadcasting from Chennai, with the aim to ‘break the monopoly’ in the cable business. Arasu Cable TV will offer 155 digital and analogue channels as part of its ...

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Mumbai MSO opts for Verimatrix content security

YOU SCOD 18 Networking, the multi system operating venture between YOU Broadband and Cable India, has selected Verimatrix video content authority system architecture to provide revenue security for its ...

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DigiCable wins first MSO license for digital cable in metros

Multi system operator DigiCable Networks (India) has been awarded a license from the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to provide digital cable television services in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. DigiCable ...

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Only 20% of homes in India's metros of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai have been issued with digital set top boxes ahead of the mandatory switch off of their analogue cable TV networks at the end of ...

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Verimatrix announces Mumbai workshop to help secure digital TV revenue

The next instalment of the Verimatrix 'Multi-Network Solutions in the Real World' forum series is to focus on addressable digital video security systems during the forthcoming SCaT Workshops in Mumbai. ...