Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Cartoon Network, Nick feeds changed

It seems that Dialog TV has changed the feeds for Cartoon Network and Nick with effect from yesterday. Until yesterday Dialog TV have been relaying Nick India and Cartoon Network India the only difference being that Cartoon Network Asia was available for a few weeks several months ago and then Cartoon Network India was reintroduced. However on Dialog Mobiles Cartoon Network Asia has been available for the past several years. In a move that would bring smiles to faces of many children and parents alike Dialog TV is now relaying Cartoon Network Asia and we believe that the Nick feed is that of Nick Pakistan which is available via Ary Digital Network.

Cartoon Network Asia is 100% English but most programmes on Nick Pakistan is available in English with some programmes being available in Hindi. However this version of Nick is much better since Nick India was almost 100% Hindi. According to unconfirmed information Pogo is also said to be in English but we are unable to confirm this since Pogo has some non dual language which means that Pogo will continue to carry full Hindi as well as some English programming. There is nothing much Dialog TV can do about Pogo since this channel does not have any other feed and is available only in the subcontinent. The best Dialog TV can do is to introduce the Asian feeds of the Disney channels.

We hope that this change on Dialog TV is permanent and viewers will welcome this change which is long overdue on Dialog TV.

Please keep us updated on the latest on Dialog TV as the days progress.


99 comments:

Priyantha De Silva said...

Hope it'll not changed.

After a long time. A good news to hear about DTV.

I liked those channels. But with Hindi stream, I've forgot to watch those channels in the past.

Transporter said...

CN clarity is good & but Nick india quality sucks. hope Dialog tv will lok in to this.

LANKA INFO said...

Dialog Cup | Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe

Transporter said...

Seems the bloggers threads & customer complains r working. Many tks to Dialog TV.

@ Lanka info: great. Pls provide some more info…

619 said...

WOW ! Its good to see this change. We were looking for this for a long time. Nice move DTV !!Keep up !!

AMD said...

Yes! Finally DTV has heard our voices ! Thank u DTV.

Nokia said...

Good news to all!!!

Thanks DTV

alf said...

619 (JESIKA,RUKMAL,FREEMAN,RUKSHAN,RANAWEERA)

YOU JUST SUPPOSE TO HAVE BOUGHT "DISH TV" UNDER YOUR ALIAS "RUKMAL",SO WHAT ARE ARE YOU SO EXITED ABOUT AND WHO ARE YOU TRYING TO FOOL?

don said...

Thanks DTV for the new change.We always appreciate your good work.keep it up

AMD said...

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka ODI Series
Starts Thu 20th Nov,
LIVE ON TEN SPORTS
13.30 SL TIME.

LANKA INFO said...

The five ODIs are sponsored by Dialog Telekom.

AMD said...

Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka ODI Series
Also LIVE ON CHANNEL EYE

Thanura said...

very happy that DTV changed the feeds...

But picture quality of NICK is not dat good,, but better than hindi crap........

gama said...

@ thanura & others
DTV picture quality cant match even dish tv. see the quality of big tv and tata sky! those are very cheap and have super quality. no point in keeping this DTV shit as dialog wont spend a cent to improve picture quality!

Detroit Tigers said...

@ Gama... Its oke. tks for ur comment. seems Dialog TV start working on Cx's point. we dnt need ur indian craps. u always welcome to DTV or keep ur hand away.

Prasanna said...

Next can we get asian/orginal feeds for

Discovery, Nat Geo and History.

Some times there is indian tele marketing crap running for several hours (every morning and noon)

Deshal said...

Yep Prasnna is right!

Now we need the original feeds of Discovery, Net Geo and History.

If DTV is planning to add more channels (which it should), super sports series is wonderful. I know it is expensive, but they can at least make it available at an extra cost even.

BBC entertainment is another good channel.

We don't have to be euphoric about these changes as I still think DTV needs a long way to go in order to really serve the customers.

But on CN and Nick, this is a very good move and we appreciate it.

Transporter said...

@ Prasanna/Deshal -
before that u should check wether the channles are avalable for south asian reagion. (footprint).

Deshal said...

@ transporter
If DTV can negotiate with the companies who broadcast the cannels, I should not think that there is a problem. It is a matter of whether you have the real business need.

I personally know that you can take Multichoice package here in SL with original feeds on Discovery, History and Nat Geo.

So it is matter of business negotiation ability. Not technicality.

Transporter said...

@ Deshal:

It is a Technical problem. Most of the Europe channels available for Singapore, Thailand & Philip and not for south Asian region. Still u can get the pay per view.

IPTV said...

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#1 FX Broker - Shares Mag 2007 (Adds details, quotes, quarterly loss) By Shihar Aneez COLOMBO, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's top mobile phone
operator, Dialog Telekom DIAL.CM, a unit of Telekom Malaysia
(TLMM.KL: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz), on Thursday posted its first quarterly loss since
going public in 2005. The company lost 192.5 million Sri Lanka rupees ($1.75
million) in the quarter ended Sept. 30, compared with 2.43
billion net profit in the same period last year. January-September group net profit slid 86 percent to 1.03
billion rupees ($9.36 million) from 7.3 billion rupees in the
same period a year ago. Overall group turnover for the period
rose 9 percent to 27.4 billion rupees. The company's shares, which make up more than 9 percent or
57 billion rupees ($517.8 million) of the market capitalisation,
ended flat at 7.25 rupees, before the release. The company said results were hit by a rise in costs, driven
mainly by inflation, up 24 percent year on year. Energy and
network costs also rose 48 percent from a year ago. "The cost structure of the company is very high," Mohandas
Thangarajah, an analyst from First Guardian Equities in Colombo
said. "Its telecom sector is not making profits, while its pay
TV and broadband will need more time to make profits." Net profit plummeted 78 percent in the April-June quarter,
while it fell 54 percent in the January-March quarter. Shares in Dialog Telekom hit a life low of 6.50 rupees on
Oct. 8, a drop in half of its value since it reported the
second-quarter fall in profits in August. It had already lost its status as the biggest company on the
exchange by market capitalisation on Sept. 18. The company cut tariffs and introduced low-cost mobile phone
packages to encourage customers to talk more amid high inflation
and declining consumer spending power. Chief Executive Officer Hans Wijayasuriya said in October
the firm had no plans for a share buyback. He blamed high interest rates, high inflation and a global
credit crunch for the share's fall, as well as squeezed profit
margins. The company had earlier said renewed fighting between the
state and Tamil Tiger rebels has led to a drop in tourism, which
in turn had affected roaming revenues. Business has also suffered from the military switching off
sections of the network in conflict areas from time to time. With more than 5 million subscribers, Dialog still has the
largest share of Sri Lanka's mobile market. Rivals include Sri Lanka Telecom Ltd.'s SLTL.CM Mobitel,
Hutchison Telecommunications International Ltd. (2332.HK: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) and
Millicom International Cellular SA (MICC.O: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz), while Bharti Airtel
(BRTI.NS: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) is to start operation by the end of this year. (Edited by Bryson Hull and David Cowell)

JfK said...

Well it took a long time but now it's finally here CN & Nick in english.. hope it's stay's on... Some good from DTV after all this time.. Can we say well done yet?????

sattvmania said...

Dialog set plans needs changing as not everybody will upgrade to now available pkgs. I think nobody will as there is nothing to gain.

hush said...

@transporter,

discovery original feed to europe is available on IS12, good thing about that satellite which DTV also uses is that it can intermix all uplinks within satellite transponders itself without a downlink. so negiotiate even HD version is available in the same satellite.

Transporter said...

True.

also during the Infotel exb'tion they said 2 HD TV channels coming to the linup on Jan with new setup box. i dnt knw how this is going to happend.

If is it true, defa we can expect Discovery HD.

star said...

Sri Lanka's top mobile phone operator, Dialog Telekom, a unit of Telekom Malaysia, on Thursday posted its first quarterly loss since going public in 2005.

The company lost 192.5 million Sri Lanka rupees (RM6.28 million) in the quarter ended Sept 30, compared with 2.43 billion net profit in the same period last year.

January-September group net profit slid 86% to 1.03 billion rupees from 7.3 billion rupees in the same period a year ago. Overall group turnover for the period rose 9% to 27.4 billion rupees.

The company's shares, which make up more than 9% or 57 billion rupees of the market capitalisation, ended flat at 7.25 rupees, before the release.

The company said results were hit by a rise in costs, driven mainly by inflation, up 24% year on year. Energy and network costs also rose 48% from a year ago.

"The cost structure of the company is very high," Mohandas Thangarajah, an analyst from First Guardian Equities in Colombo said. "Its telecom sector is not making profits, while its pay TV and broadband will need more time to make profits."

Net profit plummeted 78% in the April-June quarter, while it fell 54% in the January-March quarter.

Shares in Dialog Telekom hit a life low of 6.50 rupees on Oct 8, a drop in half of its value since it reported the second-quarter fall in profits in August.

It had already lost its status as the biggest company on the exchange by market capitalisation on Sept 18.

The company cut tariffs and introduced low-cost mobile phone packages to encourage customers to talk more amid high inflation and declining consumer spending power.

Chief executive officer Hans Wijayasuriya said in October the firm had no plans for a share buyback.

He blamed high interest rates, high inflation and a global credit crunch for the share's fall, as well as squeezed profit margins.

The company had earlier said renewed fighting between the state and Tamil Tiger rebels has led to a drop in tourism, which in turn had affected roaming revenues.

Business has also suffered from the military switching off sections of the network in conflict areas from time to time.

With more than five million subscribers, Dialog still has the largest share of Sri Lanka's mobile market.

Rivals include Sri Lanka Telecom Ltd's Mobitel, Hutchison Telecommunications International Ltd and Millicom International Cellular SA, while Bharti Airtel is to start operation by the end of this year.

-- Reuters

Jinath said...

Did you guys hear about TataSky+ (plus)
http://www.tataskyplus.com

There we can record satellite TV.
Upto 45 hours..

The price of the setup-box is Rs.8999(indian rupees)

I think this is a good way to fight with SLT IP TV if DialogTV also introduce this method to SL....

What do you think ?

dritte said...

SET MAX won't be removed because of cricket broadcasts.

If they remove Zee TV for a long time, they may lose contracts for ALL Zee channels, zee cafe download reaper very nice.

Prasanna said...

Nick is not the asian feed. It is still in hindi (today 1t 5.30 am)

Transporter said...

Pakistan Feed - less hindi programmes.

IPTV said...

Inside infromation is that DTV cannot receive Nick Asian sat feed. If its true, it will be adream to receive Aisan Feed Nick

Looser said...

Who cares the feed as long as it is in English?

IPTV said...

Looser,

Just Check it whether Hindi or English. I dont have DTV. Pl. see comment of Prasanna.

Transporter said...

@ IPTV:

I checked, channel is available on English (99%). less adds.

Looser said...

Now we can clearly see who are real DTV bloggers and Paid bloggers.

Api DTV ekata baninakota meke pinum gahapu un DTV eka appreciate karanakota pennawath ne.

Anyway DTV has to go long way still we are not totally happy with it.

neilw said...

Finally DTV has done something good. Thank You.
No doubt that DTV should have new set plans for every channel they introduce at a reasonable price. For instance not many would pay even 50/- each to get UTV or Bloomberg !
They could have easily added Bloomberg free to all if not for PREMIUM customers.
Quality of pictures of local channels is still poor.
Whats bad about all this is DTV does not seem to care a bit about the problems of its customers.

IPTV said...

NeilW,

The problem with Local Channels is that almost all operators receive Local Channels on VHF / UHF and from that to covert to the Digital signals will go through multiple encoding /decoding of the signal adding noice to the signal that leads to poor video quality. Operators will have to use some other technology may be with extra cost.

::DENIZ:: said...

Really glad to see this move from DTV. Hindi feeds on some cartoon channels caused so much frustration and I'm so relieved to see the improvement...Well done DTV!! Keep up the good work..!

About local channels quality.. Most of the time 'Derana' & 'ITN' got very good quality on DTV.

ish said...

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Detroit Tigers said...

cant trust anyone...

sanjan said...

@ transporter
dialog group experienced net loos during september quarter! whwre are your 5 million customers?

@ others
this is very significant. before this their profit was in billions, not even millions. losses are mainly due to broadband and DTV. mobile profit is also small. this will affect DTV and they may sell it if this continue in the 4th quarter.

Transporter said...

@ Sanjan,

We know & saw da press report. As u (or the report) said the losses are mainly due to broadband and DTV & nothing wrong with GSM & all 5 million users are fine, include me.

This happened because of the inflation of share market & the country/world economic & Business has also suffered from the military switching off sections of the network in conflict areas from time to time. Pls go through the article still if ur confused.

Why ur not talking about ur IPTV?

Millions lost to SLT in IPTV project & the main reason is several officials involved in the fraud have been given transfers, while the fraud company and its local agent have been blacklisted.

Make sure Dialog loss NOT because of F-R-A-U-D… hahaha….

sanjan said...

@ transporter
if dialog to have 5 million customers you should have atleast 2 million sims with you!
reasons like inflation, high interest rates and millitory swithing off of towers affect only dialog? what a joke! compared to previous 3 months was there a big change in either broadband or DTV for dialog to loose profits? no, my friend compared to last 3 months only number of mobile customers reduced significantly! thats why there is a net loss. eventhough BB and DTV is loosing the reason behiend net loss is the reduction in mobile customer base. its the reality, not any other economic theory!
thats why SLT with all the above problems plus big fraud in iptv, is still profitable.

janaka said...

This will never be a eye opener to dialog. We can undersatnd it easily from the coments from Hans on sunday papers (and also from attitude of DTV guys like transporter and indi).

We have repeatedly tried to convince DTV that their policy is unfair and they have cheated us with the introduction of super premium package. But they never understood. Now that there is a good option (IPTV 2 for one), it is payback time to DTV.

Way to go guys, next quarter you will be able to post figures in billions (not millions). Ofcourse not profit.

Looser said...

Ha ha ha

sanjan said...

@ janaka
you are 100% correct.
management of a company should be able to find out reasons when going is tough. but what dialog management does is giving several outside reasons for their slide. and some of their loyal fools beleive those reasons like switching off of towers because of security reasons! if this is correct it means dialog is getting profits from terorists!

Thilina said...

finally those hindhi crap is gone....tnx a lot Dialog for this

hope they wont change this back to indian shitty feed

Transporter said...

@ Janaka – by any chance did I told u or the bloggers tat I am working for Dialog Telecom any of the Tele or any other Satellite networks. Mind it, since CBN I am a regular visitor of this blog. (user id – “CRAP” I guess…) more than that I am a CBN customer & I am very loyal to Mr. Mugunthan & his CBN team.

For the beginning I am posting threads against Dialog TV & not against Dialog GSM, since I am getting a good service form GSM Group.

For your information I am working for a NGO as an IT -----. Hope I don’t need to explain everything.
@ Sanjan – Its oke man, keep quiet. We know that ur a PAID MASTER from SLT to promote IPTV stuffs.

sanjan said...

@ transporter
show where i promoted iptv.

Transporter said...

@ Sanjan - u always promoting Mobitel & IPTV here...

sanjan said...

@transporter
if you can promote sinking dialog why blaming me! but show where i promoted iptv, i challenge you. dont just post comments with out proof.

Transporter said...

@ Sanajan: Pls go through ur previous post... hehe... try to understand this is Dialog TV blog & i am not promoting Dialog GSM & I just replayed 2 ur threads from the beginning.

Deshal said...

This is a very important forum. This could mak or break DTV.

Management of most of the companies in SL thinks they can just give people any crap and get away. DTV was also the same.

But this forum has REALLY excerted pressure on them to take action. But they have so far to go.

There are people other than genuine DTV customers here, promoting stuff and changing the direction of the discussion so DTV does not in the soptlight here.

It's okey to promote anything as long as it is based on geunine information and help us to be knowledged on the industry and services.

However, let's not get caught in the trap of changing the direction of the discussions, making things easy for DTV.

Let's keep the focus of the discussion here. Don't let people with "other intentions" change the direction of the discussions.

IPTV said...

Guys,

I dont believe that Dialog made losses due to shut down of thetransmitters in N& E as it happened to all Mobile & CDMA operators. All are in rough waters due to competition & Price war in addition to economic situation. But at the ebd of the day all the customers are getiing the benefit of competition. It looks like Pay TV is entering the same with latest offers from SLT.

Good time for customers has come with competition.

janaka said...

@ transporter

Possible that your are not working for Dialog.

You said "...... all 5 million users are fine, include me."

If you are not working for Dialog, how can you say all 5 mn are fine. It is a just a useless comment without knowing any facts!

janaka said...

unless you are holding onto 2 mn + sims

Nokia said...

Good move DTV....

Please try to arrange the channel line up :)

Micheal said...

Hi Guys,

I dont watch much cartoons, but this is a much looked forward to welcome move for those of us who do. Its a relief to be free of a language you dont understand...

stay cool.
Micheal

Transporter said...

@ Janaka:

according to Dialog press report they hav stated tat Dialog has 5million customers. genaral knol'wdge.
dnt to be too smart:)

hsj said...

Dialog making losses is due to many reasons. It is not due to only one reason.

However during difficult times the companies who can retain and keep their customer base, loyal to them, can score more than others.

This is the area Dialog as a whole failed. They never aprrciated the loyalty of the cutomers,at Diaglog Telcom or Dialog TV.

So they are reaping what they sow.There is no reason to sympathize. If DTV doesnt appreciate and value our loayalty why should we be loyal to them. From my ponit of view, I dont see any reason.

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Nokia said...

Again SLT IPTV promoters...!!!

And funny thing is they are in Dialog Connections :)

Srilanka telecom Mobitel / SLT IP TV. Using Dialog GSM....!!

Prasanna said...

Now IPTV is giving 2 for price of 1. They give 2 Peotv connections for 9950+tax.

The rental is 1000, which includes HBO channels, Time shift TV and video on demand for free of charge for 1 year. (See Sunday Times)

Now it is time for DTV to reduce the package tariffs and connection fee (as a Chirstmas offer). They have to do it soon, otherwise the Uphara saga will repeat for DTV as well.

Since DTV marketting does not have the power to think a marketting strategy, let me propose the following. DTV is welcome to adopt it, but it has to be implemented soon.

1. Keep the connection for two at 12500 but give service for 3 months without a rental.

2. Reintroduce the 100 package (ideally with some more channels). Make the rental Rs. 100 to all Lite pakage customers.

3. Revert the rental (for existing and new) of super package to 500, great package to 900 and value package to 1400.

4. Make the value package the premium (and include all channels to it)

5. You may cahrge additional for future facilities like HDTV, interactive services etc. as and when you introduce them.

and most importantly

6. try to get English feeds (Nat GEO, Discoversy, MTV, History, NICK, etc)

7.Reintroduce the channels that were taken off, ANIMAX, Zone Reality, ZEE music, FTV etc)

Think of increasing the customer base to make profit. Try to EARN loyal customers. Ripping the customers is not the way forward.

Rukmal said...

I compared DTV Nick & Pogo with Dish TV
Pogo is same but Nick is different.

Nokia said...

@ Rukmal
Is it same with the Cartoon Networks.

rupavahini said...

satlanka have new package true visions
http://www.satlanka.com/true_visions_channel_package.htm

TheXB said...

yeah i also checked it out. but does not say how much the package is though. the channel line up looks good. worth it if the installation and rental is affordable.

Rukmal said...

I checked with Satlanka
Its a special package, Something called card shearing. You should have an ADSL connection for card shearing.
Rental around SLR 2,500. But equipment costs SLR 1,25,000/=.
Not bad !
Asian FEEDS !!

Transporter said...

@ Rukmal & Rupavahini,
Tks a lot. awsome channel collection.

any idea how its works? & is Discovery Turbo is avelible for Asian feed?

rupavahini said...

first time in srilanka Discovery Science, Discovery Turbo, Discovery Home & Health,PlayHouse Disney,Star World

podiman said...

thexb & Transporter,
Please give your e-mail address. I will give you some tips to get it.

lanka said...

I want to activate some dtv set plans.If anyone knows dtv set plans list, Please help me. Thanks.

Transporter said...

@ Podiman: Pls update me on transporter_cmb@yahoo.com.

Tks

IPTV said...

Rukmal & POdiman,

Do youknow how they are going to do it. If its through ADSL Max speed is 512k which is not enough to have quality video. If you have any knowledge pl. share.

Rukmal said...

iptv

They ar not giving the video through the ADSL
ADSL needs only for card shearing.

Video comes through Sat Dish.
If you originally watch this without card shearing the rental will be SLR 25,000/=

As my knowledge Podiman is currently using this.

Rukmal said...

Pls read this

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Card_sharing

Transporter said...

@ Tks Podiman. Tks a lot.

Rukmal said...

podiman
Pls send your update information to this address
Tks

jrukmal@yahoo.co.uk

podiman said...

@iptv,
Send your e-mail address. for information.

TheXB said...

@podiman

xsykotik@gmail.com

thanx

podiman said...

I don't think true vision is possible in Sri Lanka. The footprint of the satallite is beyond our (Sri Lankan) reach.

rupavahini said...

Mr Podiman
today i visit satlanka. true vision package 162 channels working and hotbird 1,850 channels working

rupavahini said...

MUMBAI: ESPN Star Sports (ESS) is awarded the long-term global television production partner for the Champions League T20.

As part of the production set-up, ESS will telecast the tournament in High Definition (HD) format, making it the first HD telecast for any sporting event in the Indian subcontinent.

Earlier, ESS had won the exclusive global commercial rights of the league for 10 years at $975 million.
ESS will use 34 cameras at each venue to cover all the matches. It will include many angles like aerial views with Fly cameras, a boundary side field camera to showcase fielding and a new mid-wicket camera position to highlight running between the wickets that will deliver another new viewing dimension to viewers.

"This is the highest number of cameras used to cover any multi venue cricket tournament to date," ESS said in a statement.

To capture every moment of the fast paced action both on and off the field, ESS will use Super Slo Motion cameras at each match, player and umpire microphones as well as new dugout and crowd cameras to capture the reactions and emotions off the field, bringing fans closer to the action like never before.

In addition, ESS will be using a new suite of graphics for the broadcast, specially developed for the Champions League T20 by a Hollywood-based production house, and utilising a range of new statistics specifically tailored for the Twenty20 format to further enhance the viewing experience of audience.

Different versions of the anthem composed by AR Rahman will feature n the presentation including title sequence, music video and other on-air elements.

ESS MD Manu Sawhney said, "Our global production plan will create the most memorable, unique and engaging experience for audiences across the globe through a series of innovative production features and enhancements."

Champions League T20 chairman Lalit Modi said, "We are very pleased to award the global production rights to ESS. We are confident that with many new innovative and unique features that ESS had planned for the inaugural Champions League T20, fans across the globe can look forward to the most compelling and riveting action on television."
satlanka have HD Channels

podiman said...

@rupavahini,
Did you see it yourself? What size of a dish is he using?? What were the channels in hotbird you saw?? Please give more information.

Transporter said...

@ Rupavahini: Pls update me on transporter_cmb@yahoo.com.

Tks in advance.

Transporter said...

Did any one notice that Ten Sports going in middle east feed? no adds...

Rukmal said...

I saw a DialogTV advertisement in Tensports. I saw it by chance.

Good move !!

Dimu said...

@Transporter

Yes the Ten Sports feed changed. But it has done in a bad time. Because Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe matches going to show in Ten Sports India.

Transporter said...

@ Dimu,

No, match is going on Ten sports. but no adds. i just checked.

AMD said...

Then its the International Feed which also covers Europe, ME, HK & Japan.

IPTV said...

Sri Lanka -Zim matches will be shown in ME feed of Tensports not Indian Feed. I hope they will rever back otherwise there will be more tennis / football for Sri Lanka too. May be indian advertisers are not interested in the series and its Dialog who have got the sponsorship

alf said...

JESIKA,RUKMAL,FREEMAN,619,RUKSHAN,RANAWEERA (JRUKMAL@YAHOO.CO.UK)

THATS THE ADDRESS FOR ALL YOUR FANCY NEEDS,THIS BUGGER WHO HAS FEMALE GENES ARE USING ALL THESE ACCOUNTS AT DIFFERNAT TIMES TO MISLEAD BLOGGERS HERE.

AMD said...

@ IPTV -

The Indian feed is also showing the matches. Check the website.

LBN has the Indian feed, they are showing the matches.

LANKA INFO said...

as IPTV said this may be becus of Indian adds.

Nokia said...

@ alf,
Thanks for the info. They misled the blog. And the same user may be there in another nick name on this blog it self.
See how this fancy dressed bugger ruined our blog for past months

Nokia said...

@ All,
Interesting news from Dialog, You can have access to Dialog TV program guide from your Dialog mobile
like the same way, you can request for a call from other dialog users. This is worth if you don’t have credit on your account or if the line is barred. Dial #356*77XXXXXXX(number you need the call from#
or dial #356# and follow your screen. It works!!

ish said...

sports channels in indian feed are better for our interests. its also very expensive. if ten sports reverts to asian feed then you ll loose good cricket matches. if it happens to ESPN and star its terrible for viewers!
may be another trick by dialog to cut down losses!

LANKA INFO said...

ish: i just checked with one of my friend who is workign in DTV. according to his statment the channel wil be ava'ble after the SL tour.

TV & Radio Sri Lanka said...

Please continue commenting under the new post titled "Ten Sports feed shifted".

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