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CNBC India plans to enter the DTH market

19-February-2001
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CNBC India plans to enter the DTH market

CNBC India plans to enter the DTH market. This is likely to happen when CNBC ceases to be a free-to-air channel. No time frame has been set up this venture.

CNBC India, at this stage, is working towards improving the quality of uplink. It plans to invest about half a million dollars for the direct uplink from New Delhi to Singapore. This is expected to improve the quality of telecast for the channel.

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