Sahara TV

Chauhan, R. S.
November 2005
IBE: International Broadcast Engineer;Nov/Dec2005, p22
Trade Publication
The article explains the transition of Sahara TV into a digital system of news production. Two domains support Sahara's five news channel. Each domain comprises 10 NEXI0 servers, each domain also features two InstantOnline conforming engines. The news channels reach close to 70 million cable and satellite households across India and extend into more than 66 countries. The company's new facility with its digital workflow, has demonstrated the complete integration that they had sought to achieve.


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