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Worldspace starts Indian operations

23-November-2000
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Worldspace starts Indian operations

Worldspace, an audio and multimedia broadcast company, has launched its operations in India with satellite broadcasting service that will transmit a wide array of multilingual programmes in India. Claimed to be a pioneer in direct-to-receiver satellite audio and multimedia services, the company has tie up with BPL to market its products in India.

The Worldspace multilingual service offers a wide variety of programming with digital quality sound. Listeners in India can choose news from the best of international broadcasters like BBC, CNN or Bloomberg and global music formats and talk channels from Worldspace.

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