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On the entertainment channels front, Kumar said the company will be launching 'MTV Indies' with 100 per cent local content in the next 15-20 days and also 'Rishtey', the second general entertainment channel (GEC) after Colors, which is a JV with Viacom.
Kumar described the recent moves on the regulatory front, especially on digitisation and changes in TV rating methodologies as "game-changers" and said the group will be keenly watching how these plans are implemented.