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    Default Good News for DD Viewers


    DD will broadcast the 5 ODI live in INDIA...Enjoy..

    DD got rights only for Live Brodcasting in INDIA.

    But what about other countries ...will they encrypt the Signal for other

    countries like what PTV doing

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    PTV is not showing it through satellite even to PAK viewers.It shows terrestrially to PAK viewers.if DD shows it,then it will be through satellite which can also be viewed in pakistan like the matches in india they showing.
    but still i dont think so.
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    If these are on any Insat we can recieve these signals in Pakistan as these satellite covers Pakistan.Same was happen in last tour of indian team to Pakistan i watch matches on DD-National having logo of Tensports in some matches.So i believe we will receive these signals too.

    Ptv is showing matches on local Antenna Not on satellite..It can be watched freely througout Pakistan.Ary digital on Pas10 broadcast Highlites in Night free to air too. After Newzealand series of 2004 now its mandatory for every Pvt brodcaster in Pakistan to share its feed with PTV.As in 2004 Newzealand series ptv was unable to telecast live.So Pakistanis have not too much to worry after that time after this case.But I think Pvt broadcasters are blackmailing in India to state broadcaster except Zee network which is ready to share it with DD.I think it is right of everybody to watch Cricket matches so pakistan like law must be implemented there.

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    Dear,

    Yes DD national on both Insat2E and NSS6 is showing the match - LIVE

    as DD said for their millions of viewers.
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    DD National is avilable in Insat2E NSS6 & Insat3A. DD is sharing with TenSports. If you are having NSS6 ther is no dorp in signal level enjoy the matches.

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    What about the middleEast viewers
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