Bollywood channel back on air after legal tussle that saw it booted off OpenView HD

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It appears in the documents that e.tv opted to remove Glow TV due to its continued decline in viewership, which also led to the decline in advertising. Photo: File
It appears in the documents that e.tv opted to remove Glow TV due to its continued decline in viewership, which also led to the decline in advertising. Photo: File

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Last week, Glow TV director and businessman Nazeer Noormohamed lodged an urgent court bid through his company, NIS Digital, to reverse the decision by the biggest privately owned public broadcaster to prematurely terminate a three-year channel carriage agreement plus advertising agreement.

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