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i want to start providing TV channels received from satellite stations and provide it to people in my neighborhood since not all can afford the cost of dish. the question is , what gadgets do i need to provide the services.

asked 24 May '11, 13:00

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This is illegal.

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answered 25 May '11, 06:41

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I guess it is difficult without a setup-box for each tv because otherwise everyone would see only one channel at a time. Even in your own house you may need separate boxes and card for more than 1 tv sets. Might be possible with cable if everyone is watching cricket at the same time. Not sure about the legalities. There might be channels which are free to re-distribute?

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answered 25 May '11, 07:21

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The short answer is it is not legal to do so. If you really want to distribute channels, you would need to obtain a cable operator licence to begin with.

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answered 31 May '11, 07:15

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