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Zee demerger scheme for Dish TV gets nod

MUMBAI: Subhash Chandra is all set to list the direct-to-home (DTH) business of Zee Group after having got the demerger scheme approval from the court. Already listed are the other entities - Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL), Wire & Wireless India Ltd (WWIL) and Zee News Ltd (ZNL).

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MSOs on prowl, Incablenet to support Home Cable in Delhi

MUMBAI: Conditional access system (Cas) is forcing multi-system operators (MSOs) to strike alliances as they take up the challenge of expanding their digital subscribers.

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WWIL, Zee News begin trading; price range as per market expectations

MUMBAI: The debut performance of Wire & Wireless India Ltd (WWIL) and Zee News Ltd (ZNL), Zee Group's demerged entities, on the boursess was along market expectation lines.

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SC reserves order in Sea vs Star case

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court today completed hearing arguments from both sides, Star TV and Sea TV, a franchise of WWIL, on the question of whether an a broadcaster's agent could also be an MSO, and reserved its orders.

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FTA subscription sharing: TDSAT for expanded review by Trai

NEW DELHI: The Telecom Disputes Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) has sent back the case related to MSO?s demanding a share of the Rs 77 for FTAs to be paid by consumers under the Cas regime, for an expanded review by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai).

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