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Ten Sports goes pay with Sharjah Cup

02-April-2002
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Ten Sports goes pay with Sharjah Cup

Revising its earlier decision to stay free-to-air for some time, Ten Sports will go pay on day one of the Sharjah Cup beginning April 8.

HMA Udyog Ltd., a Modi group company, has recruited staff from Modi Entertainment Network. Cable Distribution Network, a division of HMA Udyog, has been created to handle the distribution of the sports channel. Ranjeev Kapur, who was working with MEN, has been appointed as the chief executive officer. Dilip Sharan, who was also in MEN, is the next in hierarchy.

According to sources, the channel may be priced anywhere between Rs 8 to Rs 12 per subscriber a month. An official announcement is expected today.

Source: Financial Express

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