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MIB grants 15 new MSO registrations in Jan

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The ministry of information and broadcasting (MIB) has granted 15 new multi-system operator (MSO) registrations in January.

Mumbai-based MSO Seven Star has also secured a fresh registration under a separate company called Seven Star Digital Networks. The MSO already has an MSO registration in the name of Seven Star Dot Com.

The MIB has granted a total of four registrations to MSOs in Maharashtra. These include Seven Star Digital Networks, Maxnet Communication, Barale Cable Network, and DNA Cable.

Two MSOs each from Rajsthan and Telangana have been granted registrations. From Rajasthan, Latiyal TV Club and Siddhi Cable Center have received MSO registrations while from Telangana AG Digital Communications and Jai Maa Vaishnavi Jai Mata Di Star Cable Network have been accorded the registration.

The remaining seven registrations have been granted to MSOs from Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Haryana, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, and Delhi.

As of 31st January, the total number of MSO registrations have jumped to 1630.




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#2
Digital cable industry is not succeeded as dth industry.
 
#3
reason is cable tv owners are thakela. they don't want to blink and innovate.
 

D_Major

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#4
LCOs are taking MSO registration.
 
#5
Yeah. Now every LCO wants to get bigger share
 

D_Major

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#6
Because MSOs are either struggling or getting closed.
 

scorpionking76

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#7
Many are opening up under the assumption that reliance will buy them off
 
#8
MSOs are not giving proper method to recharge or choose the packages.
 

D_Major

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#9
At the end of the day they're LCO basically.