MIB drops Maharashtra 1, Surya Sajanwa, Surya Bhojpuri, and Surya Cinema from permitted satellite TV channels

Eight TV channels recently dropped from MIB’s publicly available permitted satellite TV channels repository.

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The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) recently dropped Maharashtra 1, Surya Sajanwa, Surya Bhojpuri, and Surya Cinema from its permitted satellite TV channels database available publicly.

The TV licenses have been probably cancelled although MIB’s cancelled TV channels database available publicly remains un-updated since January 2022. The Ministry had cancelled 2 TV channels in March and April 2022 apart from the surrendering of 5 TV channels in May 2022.

Sharpe Eye Advertising Private Limited was granted ‘MAHARASHTRA 1’ TV license on 15th September 2009. The TV license was initially granted under the name ‘SADHANA NEWS-UTTARAKHAND/HIMACHAL PRADESH’ before being renamed as ‘MAHARASHTRA 1’. The TV license had permission to broadcast in Hindi. The TV license was authorized for uplinking and downlinking and operated from GSAT-17, an Indian satellite.

Surya Sagar Communication Private Limited was granted ‘SURYA BHOJPURI’ TV license on 31st March 2017. The TV license was initially granted under the name ‘Surya Sagar Entertainment’ before being subsequently renamed as ‘SURYA BHOJPURI’. The TV license had permission to broadcast in all Indian scheduled languages including English and Hindi. The TV license was authorized for uplinking and dowlinking and operated from GSAT-30, an Indian satellite.

Surya Sagar Communication Private Limited was granted ‘Surya Cinema’ TV license on 14th June 2018. The TV license had permission to broadcast in all Indian scheduled languages including English and Hindi. The TV license was authorised for uplinking and downlinking and operated from GSAT-30, an Indian satellite.

Surya Sagar Communication Private Limited was granted ‘Surya Sajanwa’ TV license on 14th June 2018. The TV license was initially granted under the name ‘Surya Bhakti’ before being renamed as ‘Surya Sajanwa’. The TV license had permission to broadcast in all Indian scheduled languages including English and Hindi. The TV license was authorised for uplinking and downlinking and operated from GSAT-30, an Indian satellite.

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Eight TV channels recently dropped from MIB's publicly available permitted satellite TV channels repository.

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