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Zee Anmol & Zee Anmol Cinema make a comeback on DD Free Dish

MUMBAI: With a view to consolidate its viewer base and reclaim its leadership position in the HSM rural market, Zee is all set to re-enter the FTA (free-to-air) space with its return to DD Free Dish from 10 June.

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Big four broadcasters come back on DD Free Dish

MUMBAI: All the big four broadcasters that pulled out of DD Free Dish in 2019 after the new tariff order was implemented have come back on Prasar Bharati’s free direct-to-home (DTH) platform. Star Utsav, Sony Pal, Zee Anmol, Colors Rishtey and Zee Anmol Cinema have successfully bid on the 45th e-...

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Major FTA channels to pull out of DD Free Dish as hope for carriage fee waiver dims

Businesses have been struggling to stay afloat since the Covid2019 pandemic has broken out in the country. A number of TV channels have since then been in dire straits as productions have paused, leading to a shortage of fresh content coupled with falling advertising revenue.

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Dangal TV grows on the back of mythological shows

Mythological shows have swept the country by storm in times when audiences are forced to be confined to homes. Leading Hindi GEC Dangal is ensuring they are providing the best mythological mix with shows like Anand Sagar’s Ramayan, Chandragupt Maurya, Mahima Shani Dev Ki and Dwarkadheesh: Bhagwan...

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FTA channels seek waiver of carriage fees

MUMBAI: A consortium of free-to-air (FTA) broadcasters whose channels are placed on Prasar Bharati’s DTH platform DD free dish has requested information and broadcasting minister Prakash Javadekar for a waiver of 100 per cent carriage fees for the first quarter (April-June) and 50 per cent for the...

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