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"Our strategy is clear, we are ready to associate with everybody but we won't compromise with our transparency:" Tony D'Silva

For Hinduja's Headend In The Sky (HITS) platform - NXT Digital, which was launched earlier this year, the journey so far has been about tussling it out. From procuring the requisite license from the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB) to getting broadcasters on board, for NXT Digital,...

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NXT Digital signs RIO deal with Taj Television

MUMBAI: The Hinduja Group’s Headend In The Sky (HITS) service under the brand name NXT Digital has finally struck a reference interconnect offer (RIO) deal with Zee Entertainment’s distribution subsidiary Taj Television India, by virtue of which it will be able to include Zee Entertainment...

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Taj TV to supply signals to Grant Investrade after signing ICA

NEW DELHI: Grant Investrade, which operates the headend-in-the-sky (HITS) brand NXT Digital, and Taj Television have arrived at an agreement.   Taj Television will provide its signals to Grant Investrade as soon as an inter-connect agreement is signed.   Stating this, the Telecom Disputes...

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MSOs, LCOs upbeat about Hinduja’s NXT Digital HITS platform

MUMBAI: The Indian television industry is bracing itself for the third phase of digitisation as the deadline for Digital Addressable System (DAS) ends on 31 December, 2015.

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HITS to be treated at par with pan-India MSOs; TDSAT advises TRAI to frame consolidated Broadcasting Code

NEW DELHI: In a judgment expected to have far reaching consequences on the Indian broadcasting industry, the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) today said that headend-in-the-sky (HITS) players should be treated on the same level as pan-India multi-system operators (MSOs)...

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