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Unlicensed Pune cable TV operators get warning from entertainment department

Mumbai: Pune city authorities are cracking the whip on errant cable TV operators. According to reports, teh Maharashtra state entertainment department has warned cable operators to renew their annual licences with the post office within the next month. Failing this, they would be penalized and...

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DAS Phase II: Karnataka HC extends hearing to 5 April, stay to continue in Bengaluru

BENGALURU: Bengaluru will have to wait for DAS (Digital Addressable System) for another four days in the least, with the Karnataka High Court extending the interim stay till 5 April.

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ESS announces executive appointments; Vijay Rajput made COO

ESPN Software India, today announced the appointment of Vijay Rajput as COO, Sricharan Iyengar as vice president and business head of the consumer business group and emerging technologies and Rajesh Kaul as vice president, affiliate sales.

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Trai moots Rs 50 million entry fee for convergence licence

Cable TV operators will have much to cheer with this recommendation from the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai). The broadcast and telecom regulator has suggested a much lower levy of Rs 50 million as entry fee for national and international long distance licence (NLD/ILD) in the...

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Star, CODA meet over Tata Sky push in colonies

MUMBAI: Senior Star India executives and representatives from Cable Operators and Distributors Association (CODA) met today to resolve issues relating to Star One and direct-to-home (DTH) marketing methods of Tata Sky.

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