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World Space to expand its operations in India

26-June-2001
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World Space to expand its operations in India

The US-based satellite audio and multi-media service provider, World Space plans to expand its operations in India soon. Apart from the already existing languages, the company is planning to offer its services in other Indian languages and also start data communication services.

The company plans to launch services in Punjabi, Bengali and is entering into alliance with various content companies for sourcing content in these languages. World Space currently offers satellite radio services in Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada and Telugu. The company will soon start broadcasting services in countries like Bangaladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Maldives.

In India, World Space clients include Mid-Day, Millennium Broadcast Corp, BPL Indigo and Asianet.

For data services, the company has entered into global alliances with 44 content providers, including companies like Apollo On-line and icricket.com.

As part of the diversified services, the company is planning medical and educational broadcasting services.

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