TataSky which recently hiked its tariffs is all set to make Diwali festivities sweeter for its regional subscribers with the mass addition of 10 new channels including Tamil, Gujarati and Hindi regional channels.
TataSky currently has a lot of vacant transponders which it is gradually using to add new channels on its platform. The Direct-to-Home service provider is currently showcasing a handpicked array of critically acclaimed films from recent editions of Mumbai Film Festival. These films are exclusively available to all Tata Sky subscribers on the new service — ‘Tata Sky Mumbai Film Festival’. The company has collaborated with ‘Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star’ team to pick films based on their excellence in various aspects of film-making that makes it a must-watch for viewers. The service is available on Channel 302 & 303, in both SD & HD, at no additional cost to all subscribers since October 7.
The details of the newly added channels on the TataSky platform is given in the table below.
|Channel name||Genre||Location no.||A-la-carte price / month||SMS code|
|1||ABP Asmita||Gujarati Regional||1717||10||ABAS|
|2||VTV News||Gujarati Regional||1718||10||VTNE|
|4||Bhojpuri cinema||Hindi Regional||1115||10||BHCI|
|5||Bigflix Movies||Hindi Movies||345||10||BFMO|
|6||Big Ganga||Hindi Regional||1116||10||BIGA|
|7||MK Tv||Tamil Regional||1563||10||MKTV|
|8||Vaanavil TV||Tamil Regional||1567||10||VACH|
|9||Captain News||Tamil Regional||1566||10||TACA|
|10||Super Tv||Tamil Regional||1568||10||TASU|
Tata Sky has partnered with the digital entertainment company Hungama.com to launch a new music service ‘Music+’ that will feature music videos, concerts, artist interviews, on-ground music events and festivals across the country. The company will not charge the consumer for the new service for the first five days but it will be subsequently priced at Rs3 per day. The service will offer music in different genres and will be co-curated by music composer trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. Currently, Tata Sky has 16 interactive services on its platform.