Reliance Direct To Home has a subscriber base of around 1.5 million and it is learnt that they can face blackout anytime post three weeks of the issuance of the public notice, that’s around April 08, 2015.
If this switch off actually happens then this could possibly bring disappoint the subscribers of Reliance Direct To Home platform, in particularly the sports enthusiasts as they may not be able to view the upcoming Indian Premier League Season 8.
The Indian Premier League, as we all know, is being distributed by TheOneAlliance and will be broadcast on Sony Six and Set Max.
In addition to the Indian Premier League, the subscribers of Reliance Direct To Home platform may also miss viewing other programs that are telecast on Sony Entertainment Television, SAB TV, Sony Mix, Sony Pix, AXN and Animax.
Apparently, a little over a year after coming on board, Times Television has already split from The One Alliance, a distribution joint venture between Sony Multi Screen Media Pvt. Ltd. and Discovery Communications.
The One Alliance extends partnerships with India’s leading network broadcasters delivering seventeen premium channels to over a hundred million homes across four thousand cities and towns in India.
Coming to Reliance Big Magic, well the channel was launched in India on April 04, 2011 by Reliance Broadcast Network, under the stewardship of Chief Executive Office Tarun Katial.
Reliance Broadcast Network is a general entertainment channel featuring regional available across Hindi speaking markets of India.
The company has also launched BIG Magic Bihar and BIG Magic Jharkhand, with specially created programming for the Bihar and Jharkhand region.
The channel has also expanded into the United States, Canada and Australia under the brand name BIG Magic International.
The One Alliance is set to pull plugs on Reliance Big TV due to non-payment of dues, stated an public notice, which was published on March 18, 2015. ...2.0