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Pvt b'casters also to gain from new DTT model by Feb; Rs 320 cr budgeted

MUMBAI: Pubcaster Doordarshan is making strategic plans to expand its digital terrestrial transmission (DTT) service across India. The public broadcaster, which runs the service in 16 cities at present, will be expanding it to three more cities by March 2017. Plans are afoot to further expand DTT...

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DD non-prime time slots programmes invited; FCTs specified

NEW DELHI: After facing partial success in a third try for the e-auction for prime time slots, Doordarshan has now invited programmes in sponsored category for serials, game shows and musical programmes in the non-prime time slots on DD National.

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Rs 100 million added to DD & N-E regional units' allocation

NEW DELHI: Doordarshan News and 30 regional news units (RNU) have been allocated an additional Rs 100.8 million for the current year, taking the total allocation to about Rs 474 million for expenses that include payment to stringers and to the news agencies -- United News of India and Press Trust...

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DD Sports invites fresh content under two categories

NEW DELHI: Doordarshan has invited proposals for sports programmes in live/ deferred live/ recorded formats from reputed production houses/ sports management agencies with appropriate rights under Acquisition and Sponsored categories.

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DD, AIR covers most naxal-hit areas too

NEW DELHI: The entire state of Chhattisgarh, including its rural and naxal-affected areas, has been provided with multichannel TV coverage through Doordarshan’s free to air DTH service DD FreeDish while 13 AIR stations are operating in Chhattisgarh including eight of 100 W FM relay transmitters for...

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