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Help We might have to go legal against ISRO
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Harit Nagpal, the managing director and CEO of Tata Sky, is upset. In a rapidly digitising television market, he is not able to offer more channels to
the company's 10 million subscribers because it
doesn't have satellite space. The Rs 1,590-crore
Tata Sky was the second operator to launch DTH or direct-to-home services, way back in 2006. At
that time, it decided to use an ISRO or Indian Space Research Organisation satellite as policy
favoured that. Since then, the market has grown
to a total of about 53 million homes or roughly
one-third of the total 153 million Indian TV
homes. Vanita Kohli-Khandekar spoke to him on
what holds back Tata Sky's growth in the Rs 39,000-crore television market. For full interview source www.business-standard.com/article/management/we-might-have-to-go-legal-against-isro-harit-nagpal-113061801000_1.html
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