Zee fixes rates for DTO bouquet

Zee Telefilms Limited (ZTL) has fixed up rates for their upcoming Direct-to-Operator (DTO) package which will be unveiled somewhere between 15 May, 2000 to 15 June, 2000.

For a seven channel package (Zee Movies, Zee English, Zee Movies, Alpha Marathi, Alpha Gujrathi, Alpha Punjabi and Alpha Bengali), ZTL has decided to charge Rs 11.50 per subscriber. However, Zee is offering different rates for various subscriber slabs.

For a subscriber base of under 500 cable homes, Zee will charge Rs 11.50 per subscriber. For 501-2500, 2501-10,000 and 10,001 homes onwards, the price will be reduced by 50 paise each.

Other packages are also fixed up for combination of different channels. Zee will charge Rs 11 for a four channel package of Zee English, Zee Movies, Zee Cinema and any Alpha channel. The package consisting of Zee Movies, Zee English and Zee Cinema will be priced at Rs 10 while Zee Cinema and any Alpha channel would be priced at Rs 8.00.

The individual pricing of the channels from the Zee bouquet is:
Zee Cinema at Rs 6, Zee Movies at Rs 5 and Zee English, Alpha Marathi, Alpha Gujrathi, Alpha Punjabi, Alpha Bengali at RS 4 each.

Zee TV, Zee News and Music Asia will, however, remain free-to-air.

Latest Reads
Star Bharat leads Hindi GEC (U+R) in week 2 of BARC ratings

MUMBAI: Star Bharat emerged as the leader in the Hindi GEC (U+R) genre dethroning Zee Anmol according to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) all India data for week 2 of 2018.

Television TV Channels Viewership
BARC week 2: Aaj Tak leads Hindi News in all three markets

MUMBAI: Republic TV continues its leading streak in the second week of the year as well in BARC All India ratings. News Nation stays in the top five chart in week 2 of 2018 in Hindi News Rural market. Aaj Tak tops the chart again in Hindi News Urban market.

Television TV Channels Viewership
Dsport acquires India rights of tri-nation tournament in SL

Discovery’s sports channel Dsport has acquired the exclusive India broadcast rights of Nidahas Trophy 2018, a tri-nation international T20 tournament involving India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. The transaction was facilitated by Lagardère Sports, the global marketing consultant of Sri Lanka Cricket...

Television TV Channels Sports
Pittie Group launches news portal

Pittie Group has launched LatestLY its new portal for trending stories across categories like world news, politics, sports, entertainment, lifestyle,technology, automobile etc. It is being developed as the go-to platform for anybody wanting a complete understanding of trending stories.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
Catch Rekha's stellar performance in 'Biwi Ho Toh Aisi' on Sony MAX2

MUMBAI: Rekha’s fans are in for a sweet surprise this week as India’s iconic Hindi movie channel from Sony Pictures Networks, Sony MAX2 is all set to air classic movie Biwi Ho Toh Aisi. A light-hearted family drama stars Bollywood legends Farooq Sheikh and Rekha in lead roles and marks the debut...

Television TV Channels GECs
The seasonal show saga on Indian GECs

MUMBAI: Daily soap operas, with an infinite number of episodes, is the unique feature of India’s TV entertainment offering. From the era of a single national broadcaster to today where you can pick from a plethora of general entertainment channels (GECs), times have surely changed. What is slowly...

Television TV Channels GECs
Star ushers in IPL's new era with a bang

Star India is all set to reinvent the Vivo Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 by increasing fan-engagement levels and bringing the sporting spectacle even closer to cricket fans across the country. The broadcaster’s press conference in Delhi today started with Sophia, a robot, in conversation with...

Television TV Channels Sports
Zeel numbers up on higher ad revenue in third quarter

The Subhash Chandra led Indian television network Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited reported 11.5 percent and 28.3 percent increase in consolidated total revenue and profit after tax (PAT) respectively for the quarter ended 31 December 2017 (Q3-18, quarter under review) as compared to the...

Television TV Channels GECs
Ramdev wants telecast fees waived off for devotional channels

Baba Ramdev today took a shot at the government for imposing high tax on telecasting devotional TV channels.

Television TV Channels People

Latest News

Load More

Sign up for our Newsletter

subscribe for latest stories