Digital Cable TV Service

Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation Limited was incorporated with an objective to provide high quality cable TV signals to the public at an affordable cost. The service provided by the TACTV Corporation is a welfare step taken by the Government in the interest of the public and Cable TV operators. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India granted the Provisional Registration to TACTV as MSO for the operation in DAS notified Areas in the State of Tamil Nadu on 17.4.2017.

Subsequently, the Honourable Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Thiru Edappadi K.Palaniswami, declared open TACTV’s upgraded MPEG 4 Control Room in Chennai, distributed Set Top Boxes (STB) to the subscribers and launched the digital transmission of TACTV on 1.9.2017. Distribution of STBs continues.

Quality service at affordable cost of Rs.70/-

On 30.08.2011 the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu announced on the floor of the Assembly that Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation Limited would provide quality services at an affordable cost of Rs.70/- being the monthly subscription payable by subscribers to the Cable TV operators of which Rs.20/- would be paid to Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation Ltd by the Cable TV operators.

TACTV is providing Cable TV Services in Analog mode to 40 lakh subscriber and Digital mode to 25.30 lakh subscribers now.

HD Service of TACTV

The Hon’ble Chief Minister announced in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly on 1.6.2018 under Rule 110 that TACTV will provide HD service to its subscribers.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister launched the HD digital service of TACTV on 2.7.2018.

Over The Top Service (OTT)

Tamil Nadu Arasu Cable TV Corporation subscribers will be offered “Over The Top” (OTT) services in addition to the existing digital cable TV services through which they can watch their favorite television programmes and various state Government programmes wherever they are across the globe, in multiscreen through cloud in Mobile, laptop, tablet and desktop computer. Initially, 50 to 100 television channels will be provided in this service.


Preliminary works are in progress