ZEE Cafe goes free-to-air in September

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor


ZEE Network’s new channel, ZEE Cafe will be going free-to-air on the Sky Digital platform for the first couple of weeks in September.

The channel, which broadcasts a mixture of sports, news and regional shows (Marathi and Bangla) launched in the UK in July to primarily broadcast sporting properties such as cricket and hockey.

During the free period, viewers will be able to witness its regular shows, plus live and exclusive coverage of the BDO FIH World Cup hockey tournament.

ZEE Cafe will be free-to-air between Tuesday 31st August and Thursday 16th September on Sky channel 846. After this the channel will become a premium offering and will be available as a part of the ZEE Network subscription.

ZEE Cafe’s sister station, ZEE Punjabi is also holding a free-to-air window for non-subscribers. The channel is available free on Sky Digital until Sunday 5th September.