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DD Free Dish e-auction: Prasar Bharati invites applications from devotional channels

Applications from devotional (spiritual/AYUSH channels) have been invited by Prasar Bharati for allotment of slots of free direct to home (DTH) platform DD Free Dish for the period from 1 June 2019 to 29 February 2020 through the 40th online e-auction process, according to reports.

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How Doordarshan aims to fill void of GECs' exit from Free Dish, FTA space

Public broadcaster Prasar Bharati, during its 154th board meeting, gave Doordarshan a major shot in the arm as it approved, in principle, significant investment in new and quality content during the year 2019-2020. The meeting was chaired by Prasar Bharati chairman A. Surya Prakash in the presence...

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MIB mandates broadcasters to display ticker for games of 'national importance'

MUMBAI: On 25 April 2018, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) issued a notice mandating all TV channels broadcasting live sports of “national importance” to display a ticker with immediate effect. The ticker would have to state that the match was also available on DD Free Dish.

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Prasar Bharati's policy on DD Free Dish to be out soon

MUMBAI: The suspense surrounding Prasar Bharti's policy on its free direct-to-home (DTH) platform is likely to end soon. The pubcaster has told the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) that it will come out with a new policy for DD Free Dish in a few weeks. Prasar Bharti made...

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DD Free Dish looks at advertising for monetisation

MUMBAI: The government’s own direct-to-home (DTH) platform DD Free Dish has had a good run since launch because of its wide acceptance, especially in the rural areas where the reach of cable is limited and pay TV is expensive. Now, the government is drawing up plans to make money from the platform.

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