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In a new twist in the tale, Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications (RCom) has entered into a binding Memorandum of Understanding with Delhi-based Veecon Media and Television for sale of its subsidiary Reliance BIG TV (RBTV), engaged in the business of Direct to Home (DTH) services across India.
Chennai-based dish antenna manufacturer for DTH operators Nucleus Satellite Communications is eyeing big growth from the Indian market as DTH operators have started sourcing dish antennas locally.
Reliance Communications-owned direct to home (DTH) platform Reliance Digital TV, which is shutting down on 18 November, has tied-up with Tata Sky to provide migration to its customers.
Anil Ambani-led telecom operator Reliance Communications is shutting down its direct to home (DTH) business Reliance Digital TV with effect from 18 November due to the expiry of its DTH licence.
The direct to home (DTH) sector in India heading for a consolidation phase. After Dish TV-Videocon d2h merger, Tata Group and Bharti Enterprises are exploring merger of their DTH businesses.
DTH platform Videocon d2h has partnered Skoda to offer its subscribers a chance to have a detailed view of the newly launched Skoda Monte Carlo & Kodiaq through its HD Set Top Box (STB).
The ministry of information and broadcasting’s (MIB) earnings from the licence fee paid by the private direct to home (DTH) operators has fallen 17.71% to Rs 879.38 crore in FY17.
Dish TV’s share of total active DTH subscriber base fell by a percentage point to 24% while Sun Direct’s share increased by the same percentage to end quarter at 10%. The share of other four DTH operators remained unchanged.
TDSAT posts Dish TV–Videocon d2h vs Star India case on issue of launch of pay GEC Star Bharat on DD Freedish on 12 Oct. In earlier hearing, Star had placed a chart before the tribunal containing the list of 8 channels that are available on Freedish while continuing to remain pay channels as carried by Videocon d2h or Dish.