A few days after India’s main direct to dwelling (DTH) service supplier Tata Sky was directed by Sony Pictures Network India to limit the Live TV recording, pause and rewind performance for customers through the Live broadcast of the Australia vs India cricket matches, the choice has been reversed. Tata Sky has confirmed to Information18 that each one Tata Sky+ HD set high field (STB) customers will be capable to pause, rewind or document the Australia vs India Live cricket matches. An up to date communication will probably be shared with all Tata Sky subscribers at the moment. Sony Pictures Network is broadcasting the Australia vs India cricket collection Live on a number of channels, together with Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Sony Ten1, Sony Ten1 HD, Sony Ten3 and Sony Ten3 HD.
“Dear Subscriber, Good news! Play, pause & recording feature on your set top box has been reinstated for SD & HD version of Sony Six,Ten1&Ten3 channels,” says Tata Sky in a message that will probably be despatched out to subscribers at the moment. The broadcaster Sony Pictures Network India has the published rights for the one-day internationals, T20 internationals and check matches for India’s tour of Australia. The ongoing Australia vs India collection ends on January 19. Sony additionally has a video streaming platform, Sony Liv, the place the India’s tour to Australia can be being streamed Live. Sony Liv Premium is priced at Rs 299 per thirty days or Rs 999 for a yr. At this time, Tata Sky provides the Tata Sky+ HD set high field with a built-in arduous drive that enables customers to pause, rewind and document Live TV channels. This STB is priced at Rs 4,999. It is just not clear presently whether or not such a restriction was additionally carried out by rival DTH operators together with Airtel Digital TV, Dishtv and d2h, and whether or not there are any corrective measures in place presently.