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Neo Sports launches second channel Neo Sports Plus with focus on non-cricket sports

09-November-2006
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Neo Sports launches second channel Neo Sports Plus with focus on non-cricket sports

Neo Sports Broadcast Pvt Ltd, the television venture from Nimbus Sports, has advanced the launch of its second channel. Consequently, Neo Sports Plus has been launched nationwide on Wednesday, November 8, 2006.

Speaking on the launch, Shashi Kalathil, CEO, Neo Sports Broadcast, said, “We were highly encouraged by the performance of our first channel Neo Sports and we achieved a certain position in the market. We thought it perfect that on the back of this success, we launch the second channel.”

Unlike Neo Sports that was launched on October 1, 2006, and is a cricket centric channel including both international and domestic cricket, Neo Sports Plus will focus on other sporting events. These include tennis, football, motor racing and so on.

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