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Taj TV and Dubai’s City 7 TV sign deal for transmission

26-May-2007
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Taj TV and Dubai’s City 7 TV sign deal for transmission

Taj TV and Dubai’s local English language channel City 7 TV have entered into a partnership. City 7 TV has decided to base its transmission at the Taj TV headquarters in Dubai. Taj TV also provides infrastructure to Ten Sports, Direct TV’s Cricket Plus, Showtime Sports 1 and 2, Prime Sports and the Arabic channel Citruss TV.

City 7 TV will film their daily show ‘Good Morning Dubai’ at the Taj TV studios, as well as will entrust its transmission to the Taj TV facility. “This facility has enabled City 7 TV to include more live content within its line-up of programmes, as well as move to the hi-tech server based transmission,” said an official communiqué from the channel.

Taj TV owns Ten Sports, which is currently available in India, the Middle East and Pakistan. Taj TV produces the daily 24-hour channel Cricket Plus, which is commissioned by American pay TV operator Direct TV, and the leading Middle East pay-TV operator Art to produce the daily 24-hour sports channel Prime Sports.

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