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Government to stick to its original DTH guidelines

04-January-2001
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Government to stick to its original DTH guidelines

Even as broadcasters have formally urged the government to life the sectoral cap of 20 per cent in setting up a Direct-To-Home (DTH) TV platform, the government is determine to stick to its original DTH guidelines.

Although broadcasters are optimistic that their plea would be heard, I&B Minister, Sushma Swaraj said: “We will not revise the guidelines. It’s a conscious decision taken by the government, and there’s no reason for us to change it.”

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