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Cisco providing pay TV to 150 million viewers in India

NEW DELHI: Cisco today claimed it was now enabling a rich and advanced TV experience for over 150 million viewers in India, using the industry estimated average of five people per household.

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Real Madrid sells TV rights in $1.4 billion deal

MUMBAI: Real Madrid, soccer's richest club by sales, has sold its television rights to its games through 2013 to production company Grupo Mediapro for $1.4 billion, in what it called a record deal for a sports team.

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The Third Indian Television Revolution CAS & its impact in Indian Market Place - Part I

Indian television takes a leap forward once every decade. While television entered into our country in the early seventies, the first major television revolution took place in 1982. The IXth Asian games in New Delhi was telecast by Doordarshan National Network using satellite up-link and low power...

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ESPN, Star Sports targeted by the Mumbai cable community

ESPN-Star Sports is facing a bit of a hiccup in Mumbai. The reason: Brisca, an association of leading Mumbai cable operators, has started an agitation against what it terms the "bullying tactics of pay services such as ESPN-Star Sports, which raise subscripion rates when they deem fit before...

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Motorola will help Spanish access Net through the tube

Retecal, The largest cable operator in Castillay Leon, one of Spain's largest regions has signed a deal with Motorala to offer end to end, high speed data access solutions to its subscribers.

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