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CMM Broadcasting in webcasting tie with US co

08-November-2000
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CMM Broadcasting in webcasting tie with US co

CMM Broadcasting Networks’ 24-hour socio-spiritual satellite channel Aastha, which began beaming from August 27 this year, is going on the net in the next few days. CMM has tied up with Homeland Networks, based in San Jose, US, for the webcasting operations. With Aastha sailing into cyberspace shortly, CMM’s second TV face, the CMM Music channel is headed to join its religious counterpart in the higher stratosphere by end-November. Aastha’s programming is steeped in Indian religious and spiritual ethos and culture, major events in this sphere and focuses on the variegated shades of ancient vedic sciences. Homeland will webcast Aastha, and subsequently the music channel, on two platforms. They will be seen on tvofindia.com and heard through net radio on radioofindia.com. The spread of strategic alliances linked to extending webstreaming infrastructure, include BBC, Ibeam, Akamai and RBN.

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