Monday, September 27th 2010
The launch of Sikh TV is set to go ahead from early October, it has been reported.
A digital TV channel dedicated to religion and Punjabi culture will launch on Sky at the start of next month.
Sikh TV has been ready to make its debut transmission since August 2010, but has been prevented from doing so by technical issues, reports the BizAsia website.
However, these glitches have seemingly now been resolved, as the news provider has revealed that Sikh TV will permanently take over channel 848 from October 4th.
According to the report, the channel has received official confirmation from the broadband, digital TV and home phone provider that this launch can now go ahead.
When it hits the air for the first time, Sikh TV will sit alongside a number of other religion-themed channels that are currently available on Sky.
These include the Sikh Channel and Sangat TV, while an array of Christian options - including Open Heavens TV, Gospel Channel Europe, The Word Network and GOD Channel - are also shown by the broadcaster.
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