Cable operator Wired Entertainment last week told the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) that it will submit a change of name certificate with TVCH Distribution within 2 weeks.
The operator had earlier this year secured a stay order against the disconnection notice issued by TCVH Distribution Services. The latter submitted in front of TDSAT that the necessary details of the change of name had not been received by it in the form of a certificate to be issued by the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (MIB).
The operator has to obtain the certificate from MIB and supply it to TVCH Distribution. Wired Entertainment submitted that it will obtain the certificate within two weeks and supply the same to TVCH Distribution.
The operator earlier named VKK Super Digital Cables has apparently changed its name to Wired Entertainment. MIB’s list of registered MSOs as of 4th July 2022 continues to list the name of the Virudhunagar-based MSO as ‘VKK Super Digital Cables’.
Wired Entertainment had moved TDSAT against TVCH Distribution in April 2022 seeking relief against the disconnection notice. The tribunal had back then observed that prima facie there was a view and balance of convenience in favour of the petitioner looking into the facts and circumstances of the case and also to the annexures of the petition.
The tribunal had back then ordered TVCH Distribution to not disconnect the supply of signal of its channels to the operator till the next hearing on the condition that the operator will make the payments of legally payable amount regularly for the signals received from TVCH Distribution. The tribunal had observed that if stay, as prayed in the petition, was not granted, it would lead to irreparable loss to the operator.
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