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TMG Enter to launch programmes in Chennai

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TMG Enter to launch programmes in Chennai

TMG Enter plans to introduce programmes in Tamil. The channel will be made available to Chennai viewers through a tie-up with Sumangali Vision, the city’s leading cable operators. The free to air, digital channel, uplinked from Delhi, was also planning to introduce several interactive contents throughout the programming to help customise the content according to the viewers’ needs and wish.

Launched first in Bangalore last April, TMG Enter is available across 45 major towns in the country with a total viewership of nearly eight million. The programmes of the Channel range from information on technology and IT news to Internet-focussed programmes such as Zindagi Online, updates on technological issues, a helpline show and a city diary.


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