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Swaraj not to reconsider on DTH revenue sharing

03-March-2001
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Swaraj not to reconsider on DTH revenue sharing

Information and broadcasting minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday ruled out any reconsideration on the clause relating to 10 per cent annual revenue sharing between the government and would-be KU-band DTH TV platform operators.

Earlier, the Indian arm of various broadcasting companies had made representations to the I&B ministry expressing their apprehension on this clause. They had said that a DTH service anywhere round the globe takes between 5-7 years to become fully operational.

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