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20 per cent sectoral cap in DTH dashes the hope of many potential players

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20 per cent sectoral cap in DTH dashes the hope of many potential players

The government clarification on 20 per cent sectoral cap for broadcasters in forming the Direct-to-home (DTH) television venture has dashed the hopes of many a potential players. Whether it’s Doordarshan, Star TV, Zee or Sony, none have envisaged a scenario of a sectoral cap of 20 per cent for broadcasters in DTH platform.


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