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Former Star TV CEO Rathikant Basu, Indian billionaire C. Sivasankaran’s Broadcast Worldwide and Madras-based Pentamedia Graphics have agreed to launch programming under the banner Tara (Television Aimed at Regional Audiences) on the Internet.

Pentamedia will stream the four channels of Tara programming (in Bengali, Marathi, Punjabi and Gujarthi).

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