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Caltiger to launch Web TV service, woos TV firms with movies

01-June-2001
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Caltiger to launch Web TV service, woos TV firms with movies

Caltiger.com plans to launch its Web TV service next month, allowing television channels to show movies and cricket matches on the Internet. The company has been talking to several private Indian and foreign television channels to allow them to use its streaming video service or Web TV.

Caltiger.com is also setting up servers across the country to provide local video streaming to subscribers so that they could get TV-quality reception. In February, Caltiger.com announced it would be setting up 10 gateways to provide faster access to its subscribers at a cost of Rs 24 crore ($5.11 million).

The gateways in Kolkata, Bangalore and Ahmedabad have been set up while gateways in Mumbai and the Chennai are yet to be established.

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