Digitisation in India


As a viewer of television you must be hearing and reading a lot on the government’s move to shift the entire country to digital cable from analogue which is currently the popular way to deliver channels to your homes. If you are already a direct-to-home (DTH) customer of companies such as Dish TV, Tata Sky or others, your life will not change much. But for the remaining 126 million cable and satellite homes, a transformation is in the offing.

By and large, the change will be good even though you may end up paying slightly more for your entertainment. For starters, cable TV customers in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai will have to install a set-top box to ensure an uninterrupted supply of television channels once analogue signals are turned off on 30 June. Though the government reiterated its intention to meet the sunset date, hectic lobbying is currently…

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