Thursday, 3 May 2018

Dish TV-d2h merged entity to launch their OTT service

The first big news post-merger of two big direct-to-home (DTH) operators (Dish TV&Videocon d2h), is a possible launch of over the top (OTT) service. The new initiative is aimed at allowing the subscribers of the two DTH brands to access content on the go.

Dish TV Group CEO Anil Dua said: “On the OTT side, we have plans in the near future to once again get into that space because already we were in that space and there was ditto TV which was available on that. We plan to come back with a new OTT service in future for both the brands. We will come out with a much bigger service with more content, more engagement, more investment from our side.”

Earlier, Dish TV had launched a mobile TV app Dish Online, however, the same was discontinued, while Videocon d2h has a mobile TV application which provides its subscribers access to 80+ Live TV channels and 1,000+ movies and videos.


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