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News 24 channel added on DD Free Dish (DD Direct Plus)

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DD Free Dish has added channel “News 24” to its channel line up. News 24 has replaced TV Test 502 channel. News 24 is a 24-hour Hindi news television channel owned by B.A.G. Films and Media Limited. It is owned by Anurradha Prasad (wife of former IPL chairman, Rajeev Shukla), Anuradha Mishra and Ajit Anjum. News 24 is free-to-air channel in India.

The technical details of the News 24 channel is as below.

Satellite: Insat 4B at 93.5° East.
Frequency: 11490
Polarity: Vertical
Symbol Rate: 27500
FEC: 3/4
Compression: MPEG-2/SD
Resolution: 576i
Encryption: FTA
Video-PID: 572
Audio-PID: 672
PCR-PID: 572
SID: 1720

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  1. sir please add telugu channels there are so many fta chanels in hindhi but not in other reginl languges*so kindly please add any telugu chanels

  2. pls add telugu news channels

  3. plz sir ji punjab balo ko happy karo & punjabi channel add karo ji?

  4. punjabi channel add kayo nahi kar te?

  5. DADA BENGALA CHANNEL KOBE PACHEY?(BENGALI CHANNEL KOB ADD HOGA ?)

  6. What is the use of south dd direct plus for tamil people? DD direct free dish only use for hindi speaking peoples. TSouth peoples are boycott from free dish. Tamil,Malayalam,Telugu and Kannada peoples are doubt about the citizens of india? Because dd free dish available only hindi private channels. No south private channels. We doubt, we are live in india?

  7. Sir…!
    I request you… Pls.. Pls.. Pls…
    Add zee tv channel

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