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Modi Entertainment obtains stay against DD Sports

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Modi Entertainment obtains stay against DD Sports

Modi Entertainment Ltd (MEL) has obtained a stay order from the Delhi High Court against any speculated unilateral move by Doordarshan (DD) to make DD Sports a free-to-air channel protecting its agreement with DD Sports and its subscribers.

Prasar Bharati has been planning to make its sports channel a free-to-air one. An arbitration panel has already been constituted to look into the concerns of both MEL and DD.


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