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  • FYI TV18

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    FYI TV18 is a lifestyle-based network owned by a joint venture between A+E Networks and TV18.

  • DD Free Dish

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    DD Free Dish (previously known as DD Direct Plus) is an Indian free-to-air digital direct-broadcast satellite television service owned and operated by the state-controlled public service broadcaster Prasar Bharati (Doordarshan). It is the only free-to-air satellite television service in India. After upgradation, INSAT-4B satellite at 93.5° was used to broadcast 64 FTA MPEG-2 Channels and 29 radio channels. With the latest upgradation, to GSAT-15 at 93.5° on 1 February 2016, the present capacity is likely to be enhanced to 104 SDTV channels and 40 Radio channels in near future with the introduction of new MPEG-4, DVB-S2 stream. New logo for DD Free Dish was added on its transponders on 29 October 2014. At this time DD Freedish TV channels can be received by using simple free to air set-top boxes with DVB-S and DVB-S2 technology. Now a days many free to air set-top box available. Recently Prasar Bharati selected few Indian manufacturers to produce iCAS enabled set-top box with MPEG-4 technology. Free to air set-top box can be bought at online stores. There is no monthly charges to install DD Freedish DTH. This is India's only free DTH (Direct-to-home) service.

  • Tata Sky

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    Tata Sky is a Indian direct broadcast satellite television provider in India, using MPEG-4 digital compression technology, transmitting using INSAT-4A and GSAT-10 satellite. Incorporated in 2004, Tata Sky is a joint venture between the Tata Group, and 21st Century Fox. Its primary competitors in satellite television and other DTH (direct-to-home) service providers are Dish TV, Airtel Digital TV, Sun Direct, DD Free Dish and Videocon D2H. It currently offers total 601 channels, 495 SD channels and 99 HD channels and services, along with other many active services. Tata Sky entered into an agreement with French firm Technicolor to supply 4K set top boxes from early 2015.

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