Jaya govt to nationalise cable TV network
Jun 3, 2011
Tamil Nadu News | Press Trust of India | Monday September 14, 2015
Tamil Nadu government today said it will provide internet services, including IPTV, through the state-run cable TV operator TACTV and implement the Centre's broadband project "BharatNet" linking more than 12,500 rural local bodies in the state at an investment of Rs 3,000 crore.
South | Press Trust of India | Tuesday December 9, 2014
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam today urged Union Finance and Information and Broadcasting Minister Arun Jaitley to take steps to issue the "Digital Addressable System" licence to the Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation without any further loss of time.
Thursday January 3, 2013
An inter ministerial group has been set up to examine recommendations made by Telecom Regulatory Authority of India on whether the Centre or state governments should be allowed to enter broadcasting.
Tuesday July 31, 2012
Sun TV was suffering a loss of Rs 10 crore per month because it was not available on Arasu Cable.
Wednesday July 4, 2012
There has been no update on Arasu Cable deal and subscription revenue, Kotak said.
Friday June 8, 2012
Shares of media company Sun TV rose over 7 per cent in intra-day trade on Friday after analysts met with company executives to discuss declining revenue and deterioration in working capital.
NDTV Correspondent | Saturday November 26, 2011
From an election promise to a state policy. The J Jayalalitha led AIADMK government in Tamil Nadu spelled out its policy framework on Friday, with a string of initiatives including a decision to revive the government-run Arasu Cable TV Corporation and the roll out of freebies that were announced in the run-up to the elections. The Governor'...
India News | Sam Daniel, Stalin | Friday September 2, 2011
Jayalalithaa has made good on one of the major promises of her election campaign - she has made cable television available in Tamil Nadu through a government service. For Rs 70, customers will be able to get 90 channels. Most private operators charge double that for similar services.