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Dish TV adds 32 new channels to its bouquet

06-July-2004
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Dish TV adds 32 new channels to its bouquet

DTH service provider, Dish TV, a subsidiary of Essel Group promoted Agrani Satellite Communication Enterprises Limited (ASCEL), has added 32 new channels to its existing kitty of 48 channels. Viewers using the service will now have a choice of 100 channels. The list of new broadcasters includes Turner TV, ESPN, Star Sports, NDTV, TV Today, India TV, among others.

Jawahar Goel, Additional Vice-Chairman, Essel Group, said in order to provide the best in entertainment to customers spread across the length and breadth of the country, the number of channels has been increased to 100. Dish TV signals are now available on a new satellite, NSS-6, which allows for good quality signal and greater reach even during monsoons, he said.

Dish TV also provides value-added services like radio channels, teletext, dual audio for channels, parental control and Electronic Program Guide (EPG). More features to the existing service will be added soon.

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