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DD 24×7 north-east channel starts on 25 December; Rs 7 crore allocated

Pubcaster Prasar Bharati is geared up to launch a 24×7 satellite television channel in northeast India on 25 December catering to the region’s cultural ethos. Prasar Bharati runs Doordarshan and All India Radio.

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Digital India: IITians to coach students via free DTH

MUMBAI: It is not just for entertainment. It's for education too. Professors from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) will be giving coaching classes to engineering aspirants through four DTH channels from January 1, taking the concept of Digital India to another level and reducing the...

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DD relaxes norms for prime time slot bidders as incentive

In a third attempt to attract producers to bid for prime time slots, Doordarshan has announced a series of concessions once the programmers come on board, including lowering base price for a 30-minute slot to Rs. 150,000.

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Share all World Cup, T-20 feeds with Prasar Bharati, rights holder told

The telecast of all official one-day and Twenty-20 matches played by the Indian Men’s Cricket Team will henceforth have to be shared by the rights holder with the public broadcaster Prasar Bharati under the Sports Broadcasting Signals (Mandatory Sharing with Prasar Bharati) Act 2007.

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Broadcasters not opposed to DTT, but want safeguards

Views were sharply divided particularly on the issue of sharing infrastructure during an open house discussion today on a Consultation Paper on "Opening Up Digital Terrestrial Transmission" organised by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.

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