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Enjoy Channel One News channel FTA from Dish TV on your DD Free Dish (DD Direct Plus)


Good news for DD Free Dish (DD Direct Plus) users, now you can enjoy Channel One News channel which is temporarily FTA from Dish TV on your DD Free Dish (DD Direct Plus).

Channel One News is a 24 hour Hindi News channel.

It is available on Frequency – 11172, H, 30000.

The technical details of Channel One News channel is as below.

Satellite: NSS 6 / SES 8 at 95.0° East.
LNB Frequency: 9750 or Universal(9750-10600)
Frequency: 11172
Polarity: Horizontal
Symbol Rate: 30000
FEC: 7/8
22K: OFF or Auto
Compression: MPEG-2/SD
Resolution: 576i
Encryption: FTA
Video-PID: 3297
Audio-PID: 3298 – hin
PCR-PID: 3297
SID: 33334



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  1. chandramani kumar gupta

    add kijia zee classic

  2. No….no….no…..

    Please Not Add More News Chnel………

    Add Cartoon & Animal Chanel…..

  3. Dhamaal channel no more from 1/December 2015. because owner of dis channel poor. and scrambeled channels all from dish tv also poor.
    aub ageh daiko kiya hota hai.jitne bhi dish tv per pay channels weh sab poor hain.ies liyeh weh hum se paisa laite hain.kiya karain.

  4. Please addd any marathi channels, like jay Maharashtra, mi marthi, zakhass, & tv, utv movies, z classic, any one cartoon, any discovery or national geographic

    1. If these channels participate in Doordarshan’s e-auction, then only there is possibility of these channels getting added on DD Free Dish.

      1. Sir sub TV add karo Jo abhi aa rahe sabhi channel se badiya hai

  5. Plz add any discovery cannel

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