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Tata Sky to remove four channels from its platform
MUMBAI: Direct-to-home (DTH) operator Tata Sky will drop four channels from its platform due to breach of agreement by the broadcasters. The channels include Sahara One, Sahara Filmy, Insync and Ahsas.
While Sahara One and Sahara Filmy are owned by Sahara India Commercial Corporation, Ahsas is a socio-spiritual cultural channel owned by DMR Media International.
Insync is a classical music channel owned by Perfect Octave Media Projects. The channel was added by Tata Sky in April.
Tata Sky has issued a public notice stating that the four channels will cease to be carried on the DTH platform three weeks from the date of publication of the notice.