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INCablenet yet to sign an agreement with Zee TV

12-July-2001
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INCablenet yet to sign an agreement with Zee TV

The leading multi-system operator (MSO), INCablenet, has yet to sign the agreement with Zee Network for distributing its flagship channel Zee TV, a month after it went pay. Zee is asking INCablenet to agree on Star’s subscriber base, the Hindujas are not willing to give way. INCablenet pays for 1.35 lakh subscribers to Star in Mumbai.

Zee has not switched off its pay service to Mumbai’s largest cable network as of now. Price is not an issue of dispute. INCablenet is willing to pay Rs 26 per subscriber for the 15 channels. But Zee is demanding a substantial increase in the subscriber base as it has brought its flagship channel into the pay bouquet.

Zee and INCablenet may soon arrive at a settlement. Meanwhile, Hathway Cable & Datacom have signed up with Zee. SitiCable, another big operator, is part of the Zee group. Zee TV went pay on June 10 this year.

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