HITS Operator or Headend-in-the-sky Operator can enable cable operators to provide more channels to their respective customers. If you want to become a HITS Operator, and thereby providing Headend-in-the-sky-services in India, you need to acquire registration from Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in India via TRAI (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India)
What is a HITS Operator?
HITS Operator or Headend-in-the-sky Operator can enable cable operators to provide more channels to their respective customers. In a sense, a HITS Operator provides a platform to broadcasters through which these operators/broadcasters can provide TV channels to their respective customers.
A HIT Operator has specific components through which it provides its services:
· Earth Station
There are three ways by which HITS Operate:
To operate as a HITS Operator, you need to get the approval of Ministry of Information and broadcasting via TRAI or Telecom Regulatory Authority of India. That ministry, to ensure that only the genuine can apply for the registration, have set forth stringent eligibility criteria.
Following are the eligibility criteria to become a HITS Operator:
The Documents that are required to file the application for HITS Operator are as follows:
· Certificate of incorporation
· Memorandum of Association
· Articles of Association
· List of directors and shareholders of the company
· Shareholding pattern of the company
· Net worth certificate
· Audited balance sheet
· Specification of the satellite
· Specification of the earth station
· Receipt of the application processing fee
Registrationwala will assist you through the filing and the registration process and providing you the certification.
Registrationwala can assist you with the registration by providing you the following services:
1. Selection of certification type
2. Document aggregation
3. Draft approval
4. Department Follow up
5. Get you the rights for HITS Operator.
So, if you want to do a business onboarding cable operator under you, get the license to become a HITS Operator.