DD Sports New Frequency G-Sat 15 at 93.5°E
DD Sports is an Indian state-owned sports TV channel telecasting from Central Production Centre Delhi, India. DD Sports was launched on 18 March 1998. In the beginning, it broadcast sports programmes for six hours a day, which was increased to 12 hours in 1999. From 1 June 2000, DD Sports became a “round-the-clock” satellite channel. It was an encrypted pay channel between 2000 and 2003, and on 15 July 2003, it became the only free-to-air sports channel in the country.
Besides showing live sporting events like cricket, football and tennis, DD Sports showcases Indian sports including kabaddi and kho-kho. In addition to international sporting events, important national tournaments of hockey, football, athletics, cricket, swimming, tennis, badminton, archery and wrestling are also telecast. The DD Sports channel also telecasts news-based programmes, sports quizzes and personality-oriented shows.
DD Sports telecast all ODI & Twenty20 International cricket matches played by India Men Cricket Team and this Live telecast only available on DD Free Dish DTH and on DD Terrestrial network.
|Channel Name :||DD Sports|
|Satellite :||G-Sat 15 at 93.5°E|
|Symbol Rate :||14500|
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