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65 per cent of US net homes ready to switch to bundled services

MUMBAI: Over 60 per cent of Internet households in the US would be willing to consolidate their services under a single provider if that would save $20 per month. The report Bundled Services: Analysis and Forecasts, has been published by Parks Associates. The report notes that the prospect of...

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Eutelsat launches of Hispasat's Amazona satellite

MUMBAI: Eutelsat has successfully launched Hispasat's Amazona satellite, which marks the company's ongoing expansion in America and Iberian Peninsula. Eutelsat, a satellite operator and the largest shareholder in Hispasat, is based in Paris and provides coverage from North and South America to...

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Fox moves US programming to Panamsat's fleet

Panamsat has announced a multi-year, multi-satellite, multi-transponder agreement with the Fox Entertainment Group. Under the terms of the agreement, Fox will consolidate its entire suite of US programming onto Panamsats global fleet for 15 years and move a significant portion of its international...

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Star drops bouquet rate to Rs 27; History Channel to be billed separately

MUMBAI: If last year, Star India had linked a 25 per cent drop in subscription rates per subscriber (from Rs 40 to Rs 30) to a 100 per cent increase in declarations, this time round, it is taking a softer line with the cable fraternity.

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Pacenet moots open connectivity deals between LMOs, MSOs

MUMBAI: The implementation of the conditional access system (CAS) rollout could have created several opportunities for the cable trade and made life easier for the consumers.  

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