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Kalaignar TV responds to media reports on MIB licence

02-June-2011
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Kalaignar TV responds to media reports on MIB licence

Kalaignar TV group has responded to reports that had appeared in media that it had got licence for new channels ‘fearing that MIB can cancel Kalaignar TV’s licence’. In an official note, the group clarified that “there is no proposal nor necessity to change the title of any of the existing channels”.

The note further stated that “Kalaignar TV group has five channels on air and these will continue to be on air. We have obtained the licence to launch another channel in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting”.

It was also mentioned that the 2G case was currently sub judice and any comments on the merits of the matter was liable to invite contempt of court proceedings.

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