Press Release

Star India to switch off channels on Hathway

10 July 2014

Issuing of public notices by companies, be it broadcasters or distribution platform (DTH operator or MSO), is getting common. In a fresh spat, a public notice has been issued by Star India which informs its viewers that they will not be able to watch the network’s channels on Hathway Cable and Datacom.

In the notice published in leading newspapers of Delhi NCR, the broadcaster has said that the consumers in the DAS notified areas of Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Agra will not get the signals of the Star India channels.“The signals are likely to be disconnected after three weeks from today by Star India to Hathway New Delhi, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh,” states the notice.
The reasons for deactivation as cited in the notice are: non-signing of subscription agreement; non-submission of subscriber report and non-payment of outstanding subscription fees.
With this, all the DAS areas serviced by Hathway and its franchisees will get affected.
The channels that will be switched off include: Star Plus, Life OK, Star Gold, Star Movies, Star Movies Action, Star World, Channel V, Movies OK, Star Pravah, Star Jalsa, Star Jalsa Movies, Star Utsav, Star Vijay, National Geographic, Fox Life, FX, Fox Crime, Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo People, Nat Geo Music, Baby TV, Asianet, Asianet Plus, Asianet Movies, Suvarna, Suvarna Plus, Star Plus HD, Life OK HD, Star Gold HD, Star Movies HD, Star World HD, Star World Premier HD, National Geographic Channel HD.
Source: Indiantelevision.com
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