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Help Are You Still Watching TV On Analog Cable?
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Friday, March 02, 2012: The recent amendment to Section 4A of the Cable Regulation Act, 1995, legalizes an ordinance issued in October this year for implementing mandatory addressable digitization (MAD) throughout the country in phases starting June 30, 2012.

The bill mandates complete digitization in the four metros of Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai by June 30, 2012. Digitization means that there will not be any analog signals as these signals will be switched off after the cut off date. The local cable operator will not be able to beam any analog signals. The TV will be completely blacked out if the viewer is still on analog cable.

Speaking on the topic, Mr. Saurabh Dhoot, Director – Videocon d2h said, “The DTH industry is growing rapidly and it is only set to spiral upwards in the next few years with the government announcement of obligatory digitization of satellite transmission. As all the consumers currently on analog transmission will have to shift to the digital space, this essentially would lead to huge growth in the sector. Videocon d2h is vying for a good portion of this ‘crossover pie’ to create a dominant position during this transition phase.” »»»

Read full story at Indian DTH Blog

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I use Digital TV to watch programs. . It gives a great clarity of programs. . and enjoying watching the programs.
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