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Wednesday, 26 December 2018

MRP of pay channels , offered by broadcasters to subscriber as reported to TRAI

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MRP of pay channels , offered by broadcasters to subscriber as reported to
TRAI

With the December 29 deadline for the implementation of the new TRAI rules drawing near, an analysis of the 332 channels that have already declared their prices indicates that Star India is the most expensive, followed by Zee and Sony.

Out of the estimated 800 or so TV channels in India, around 332 have already declared their prices.

The remaining 470 or so channels can be assumed to be free, also known as free-to-air or FTA.

Within the 332 pay channels, 232 are transmitting in standard definition or SD, while the remaining 100 are HD channels.

Out of the 232 SD channels, 57 are priced at Rs 10 or more, while the remaining 175 channels are priced at Rs 9 or lower.

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