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India’s first Real Estate TV signs agreements with cable networks across major cities

03-April-2008
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India’s first Real Estate TV signs agreements with cable networks across major cities

Real Estate Television, the country’s first 24x7 channel dedicated to real estate and infrastructure, is now available in all metros and major cities across the country. Among the major distribution platforms, Real Estate Television has signed agreements with Hathway and Amogh in Bangalore, Hathway and SCV in Chennai, InCable and Seven Star in Mumbai and InCable in Delhi. It is also available across leading cable networks in Tier 2 cities.

Announcing this, Manoj Namburu, CMD, Alliance Group, said, “The English language, pan-India channel, being distributed over the digital networks of the main MSOs, would be a virtual one-stop shop for any information on real estate and infrastructure. Real Estate TV will also be very shortly available on all major DTH platforms of the country. It has been designed to provide comprehensive, latest and authentic updates on all aspects of real estate to viewers all over the country, the South and South-East Asian regions and the Gulf states, where there is a strong NRI presence.”

Real Estate TV has been put together by well-known media personality Sashi Kumar, and its COO, TK Vibhaker, leads a team of seasoned media professionals. The Network’s state-of-the art studios in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Chennai and Hyderabad continually feed news related to real estate and infrastructure from their respective regions to its hourly Realty Check bulletins.

Timely perspectives to major developments in this burgeoning sector are provided by Real Estate TV’s dedicated real estate and infrastructure research team on an on-going basis. The channel has a variety of programmes ranging from a game-show and property and realty stock prices to celebrity homes, architecture, interior design, furniture and furnishings, and from Indian habitats to Vaastu, Feng-Shui and home makeovers.

A Rs 100-crore investment outlay has been made for running the channel by Alliance Broadcasting Pvt Ltd, the group company.

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