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Nov 06, 2017
Reliance Communications to sell its DTH subsidiary BIG TV to Veecon MediaRBTV's 1.2 million customers will continue to enjoy uninterrupted services.
Apr 13, 2017
I&B ministry of India will take an ‘informed decision’ on Trai's suggestion to share TV broadcastThe Information and Broadcasting ministry has said it would take an "informed decision" on Trai's suggestion on sharing of infrastructure in television broadcasting sector.
Apr 02, 2015
Trai facilitates easy migration from one service provider to anotherTrai today prescribed a framework of norms which will make it easier for consumers to migrate from one Direct-To-Home (DTH) service provider to another
Aug 27, 2014
RCom on debt-reduction drive, real estate divestment can fetch Rs 6000 crArray
Oct 08, 2013
You could soon be able to surf YouTube through a DTH serviceHow would you like to be able to see YouTube videos on your TV? You won’t need to bother with plugging in your laptop and dealing with wires if Google
Jun 17, 2013
Bigflix's to beef up movie library sizeWith the number of registered users on its website touching around one million and Internet connectivity increasing in tier-two cities, Big Flicks Pvt. Ltd. is planning to increase the number of movie titles...
Jan 07, 2013
DTH face-off deepens, Kamal to premier Vishwaroop in LATo avoid a direct confrontation with the multiplex chains in north India, which are up in arms against Kamal Haasan's decision to hold a Direct To Home (DTH) premiere, Vishwaroop would be premiered in Los Angeles Jan 10.
May 24, 2011
Airtel Announces Upscaling of All Their Channels to 1080iAirtel's not going to charge you for these 'HD' channels, either.
May 21, 2011
Reliance Big TV HD DVR: There are Better Options AvailablePoor interface and high-priced channels, makes small fry of the Big TV.
Oct 23, 2008
Growth Period Ahead For Indian Satellite Market: NSRThe overall demand for Ku-band and C-band bandwidth is expected to grow at a healthy rate of about 1.5 to 2 percent and maintain levels that will not be met by domestic supply alone.