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DishTV to provide live telecast of ICL matches with special features on Zee Sports

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DishTV to provide live telecast of ICL matches with special features on Zee Sports

DTH service provider DishTV DishTV will provide live telecast of all ICL matches being played from November 30 to December 16, 2007 in Chandigarh on Zee Sports. The DTH service provider will also offer a variety of ‘active’ sports features, including multi-camera feeds, commentary in English, Hindi, Bengali and Tamil, and match highlights on demand.

According to Arun Kumar Kapoor, COO, DishTV, “As a measure of solidarity to our parent group, we are proud to host the active version of the inaugural ICL league on DishTV. Not only will our subscribers enjoy an outstanding digital viewing experience of all the ICL matches, but they will also have an incredible line-up of active features on Zee Sports for this event.”

On DishTV ‘active’ sports services, subscribers can enjoy matches in multiple camera angles, which will include one main and one additional camera angle feed that will be exclusive to DishTV. The service will also enable subscribers to watch match highlights at a preferred time, independent of the channel.

Additionally, DishTV has also sponsored the Delhi Jets Team, one of the six teams participating in the League.


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