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Continued testing package VOA at 13 degrees 2013-06-19 June 19 this year. FTA tests came back high definition in the

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    Continued testing package VOA at 13 degrees


    June 19 this year. FTA tests came back high definition in the package of the Voice of America at 13 ° E. Tests are available from the transponder No. 76 Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B (13 ° E) on the frequency 12.226 GHz, pol. V, SR 27500, FEC: 3/4 (DVB-S/QPSK). The test is given to how the same material can be seen so far - the details.

    It can be seen that the data tests are conducted with intervals of a few days - they are not available all the time. It is not known whether the tests are carried out occasionally or is it the announcement of the start of transmission of the Voice of America in HD.

    Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B (13.0 ° E)
    tp. 76 (12.226 GHz, pol. V, SR 27500, FEC: 3/4; DVB-S/QPSK)

    ID: Ch 500 - HD TEST
    PID: 100 (MPEG-4/HD)
    PID: 110
    PCR PID 100
    SID: 500
    PMT PID: 5500
    Encoding: none
    Image quality: 1920x1080, 16:9, about 3.34 Mbit / s
    Sound quality: 192 kbit / s, stereo

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    Azerbaijani ATV Int only under the name of CBC TV


    The process of converting the Azerbaijani international channel ATV Int on CBC-TV came to an end. For three months the channel used with both brands. Recall that the reason for rebranding is a change of ownership. In mid-April. announced the sale of ATV Int by a private company Azad Azerbaijan Broadcasting Company. New buyer is the state oil company SOCAR, which has created a new brand - Caspian Broadcasting Company (CBC).

    CBC TV, like its predecessor ATV Int, continues the process of popularization of Azerbaijan in the world. The main objective is to promote national ideas, values​​, and tolerance. The shape of the events does not change. CBC TV channel gives not only Azeri language, but also Russian and English.

    Eutelsat Hot Bird 13A (13 ° E)
    tp. 134 (11.200 GHz, pol. V, SR 27500, FEC: 5/6; DVB-S/QPSK)

    ID: CBC-TV (formerly ATV International)
    PID: 2008 (MPEG-2/SD)
    PID: 3008 (aze)
    PCR PID: 2008
    SID: 4708
    PMT PID: 1008
    Provider: RRSat
    Encoding: none

    The issue is still being conducted with satellite Azerspace 1 (46 ° E) tp. 11K (11.166 GHz, pol. H, SR 17600, FEC: 5/6; DVB-S/QPSK). By the end of June. reception is also possible with the satellite Turksat 3A (42 ° E) tp. 20 (10.965 GHz, pol. H, SR 12800, FEC: 5/6; DVB-S/QPSK).

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    Euronews Persian


    News channel Euronews has entered into an agreement with GLWiZ, an international provider of WebTV to unite communities around the world communicating in Persian (Farsi). Persian Euronews is available in a variety of platforms GLWiZ: IPTV (GLBOX): Channel 110 in the Persian channel, visit: Iran TV, Iran News. Iranian Television Online | GLWiZ, on smartphones and tablets - GLWiZ App available for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android.

    GLWiZ is the largest source of Persian language television in the world and provides access to live content on the Internet with over 2 million visitors per month and over 5 million hits worldwide. GLWiZ is aimed at audiences in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, and Azerbaijan, Armenian, Assyrian and Kurdish populations. It offers news, content, cultural, educational, music and entertainment content from anywhere, at any time. Over 50% of users GLWiZ located in Canada and the USA.

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    France TV launches news app
    June 21, 2013 08.23 Europe/London By Robert Briel

    France Television has laucnhed a news app for Philips Net TV called France TV JT.
    The new app is available for all devices form 2011 and onward and offers viewers on Philips connected TV sets direct access to the latest news bulletins from France 2 and France 3. JT stands for the French word for TV news, journal televise.
    Philips has also announced a number of other new apps for its smart TVs. For Germany, Sportdigital was launched a sports app for all Smart TV devices except 2009 models.
    Karnaval is a music app for Turkey for 2013 high-end TVs. And Ultilisima is an app about health, beauty and cooking for Argentina for all Net TV devices.

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    Chris Dziadul Reports: Romanian riddle
    June 21, 2013 06.57 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    Why is the Romanian TV market so different to most others in Central and Eastern Europe?
    That’s a question I’ve been asking myself for many years, though not in a negative way, as I’ve seen it develop into one of the region’s most dynamic and at the same time fascinating.
    What got me thinking about the market again was a brief chat I had earlier this week with Mirek Smyk, the founder and head of MSCG, at a conference in London. His company supported the launch of Orange TV, the new Romanian DTH platform that made its debut earlier this month, and he described it as meeting the market’s need for quality video.
    There is certainly a lot different about the platform: as Smyk pointed out, no such service has ever launched in any market with so many channels (100) and so many in HD (40).
    Its prices also seem reasonable – at least to an outsider – with the most comprehensive main package, containing 95 channels, costing €12 a month, including VAT, and discounts available for Orange customers.
    Yet Orange TV has entered a DTH market already served by four other DTH platforms, with another service – Freesat, distributed by Eutelsat at 16 degrees East, ¬having launched only last month. It charges an annual fee of only RON99 (€21.8) and is clearly targeted at the lower end of the market.
    Yet with the three other players Digi TV (RCS&RDS), Dolce (Romtelecom) and Focus Sat (UPC DTH) already well established, Orange TV will probably find it difficult to carve out a niche for itself in the market.
    We also now find ourselves back to the situation that existed just over two years ago, when Romania was served by five DTH platforms. This changed when Romtelecom snapped up the two smallest (Boom TV and Akta Satelit) within a short period of time, and we again have to ask ourselves the question of how many satellite TV services the country can actually support.
    While there is certainly room for both a low-end and a high-end service, having an additional three appears excessive in a TV sector that also boasts a large cable industry.
    It will be interesting to see how Romania’s satellite TV market develops in the next one to two years and if it can indeed sustain five platforms.

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    Sky allowed to block BT Sport ads
    June 20, 2013 12.47 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    Sky was not in breach of Ofcom’s advertising codes, when it refused to carry ads for the new BT Sports channels on Sky Sports, because it was pursuing a legitimate commercial interest
    The findings by the media regulator were published Thursday, 24-hours after it emerged BT had filed another complaint, this time over Sky’s refusal to wholesale Sky Sports 1 and 2 to YouView.
    “We are pleased that Ofcom has confirmed that we are acting entirely reasonably in declining to advertise a direct competitor on Sky Sports. As we said at the time, BT’s demands are a bit like Tesco expecting to advertise inside Sainsbury’s,” said Graham McWilliam, Group Director of Corporate Affairs at Sky. ”BT has reinforced its reputation as a serial complainant by returning to the regulator about the supply of Sky Sports 1 and 2 to the YouView platform. Our position here is just as reasonable as in advertising. BT has itself been clear that it wants to be the exclusive seller of its own sports channels in order to shore up its broadband business. We simply want a level playing field whereby each company supplies its sports channels to the other so we can both offer our customers all Premier League football next season”.
    The advertising complaint goes back to January 2013, when Sky Media was approached by media buyers Maxus US to request airtime for a BT Sport campaign on the Sky Sports channels.
    BT Sport is the vechicle for BT’s own Premiership rights and the three channel package is effectively being given away to subscribers to the BT Broadband packages.
    Sky Media told BT Sport that although it would run advertisements for a wide range of BT products: “Sky will not carry advertising from a sports TV retailer on Sky Sports”.
    BT argued that the reason behind the decision was because Sky did not retail the channels, unlike ESPN [later bought by BT in the UK], where Sky did screen advertisements.
    Sky said it was trying to protect the brand and revenue of its channels.

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    Telekom Slovenije boosts IPTV service
    June 21, 2013 10.02 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    Telekom Slovenije has added two new features to its long-established IPTV service SiOL TV.
    The first, known as Minimax Plus, provides on demand access to over 100 cartoons dubbed into Slovenian, with the titles updated each month.
    Minimax Plus costs €2.99 a month and can also be received outside Slovenia by SiOL customers.
    The second service allows viewers to record programmes remotely and has until now been available in Beta.
    Subscribers can use it by going to the site

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    Technicolor launches 4K display certification
    June 21, 2013 09.50 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    Technicolor has released details of a Color Certification process that is designed to guarantee the colour quality on any computer or mobile display device.
    In partnership with Portrait Displays the first 4K Image Certification has been awarded to Marseille Networks for its system on chip to deliver high quality content on 4K televisions.
    Technicolor says the two certification programs, Color Certified and Image Certifed, provide solutions to critical issues – inconsistent color accuracy on computer and mobile devices and the lack of content for viewing on 4K televisions. “Our expertise in working with Hollywood and our desire to deliver outstanding content drove us to develop the Color and Image Certification processes,” said Manuele Wahl, SVP, technology licensing, Technicolor. “We spend hundreds of hours to ensure color perfection on movies and we wanted to find a way to guarantee that consumers are seeing the content as the director intended, no matter what device they are using. Plus, our partnership with the studios and device manufacturers ideally positions Technicolor to help spearhead consumer acceptance of 4K,” she added.
    “While today’s displays are dramatically improved for a superior visual experience, there is significant color inconsistency across the many types, resulting in oversaturated, washout or simply incorrect colors—a substandard viewer experience, explained Portrait Displays President & CEO J. Michael James. “When a display has gone through the Technicolor Color Certified process, consumers will know that they are buying a product that delivers accurate color and they can be confident in their purchase.”

    Film studios are already using 4K as the native format for movie production and it is anticipated that this will gradually move into television.
    This is complicated in part by wide variety of sources from cable, satellite and over-the-air connections through to DVD and Blu-ray players, streaming media players, laptops and desktops and game consoles, set-boxes.
    It is hoped that Technicolor’s Image Certification will help address the problem of uneven levels of quality, which are particularly evident when viewing on a 4K TV, brought about by he variety of different video resolutions, frame rates, and compression formats.

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    BBC launches Connected TV campaign
    June 21, 2013 09.16 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    The BBC has launched a new campaign that aims to explain the benefits of connected TV to viewers.
    The campaign made its BBC One debut in primetime on Thursday evening. It comprises two TV trails and a radio trail that highlights how viewers can catch up on TV programmes via their connected TV.
    A dedicated website has also been launched at
    Although the BBC is a shareholder in YouView the website includes guidance on alternative platforms, such as Freesat Freetime and Virgin Media TiVo, emphasising the BBC’s role in improving awareness and uptake of new technology and platforms.
    As part of the campaign, the BBC is sharing newly developed Connected TV branding with Public Service Broadcasters and Connected TV providers, ensuring that audiences see a consistent visual reference across all connected TV communications
    The campaign will highlights the ease of use of the iPlayer through the iPlayer app and by scrolling back within the onscreen TV guide on a number of connected TV platforms.

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    Raymond Blanc shows viewers How To Cook Well in new series for BBC Two
    Louise Duffy | 21-06-2013
    Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Raymond Blanc returns to BBC Two this summer with a new series, Raymond Blanc: How To Cook Well, that gives viewers a masterclass in basic cooking techniques.
    Over six weeks, Blanc will show viewers how to master essential cooking skills, including roasting, poaching, frying, slow cooking, baking and barbecuing and grilling.
    Blanc said: “I'm very excited to be able to pass on my knowledge and expertise to help the nation become better cooks. By mastering these basic techniques anyone can learn how to cook well.”
    Tanya Shaw, commissioning executive for the BBC, said: “There is no one better than Raymond to take viewers back to the basics of cooking and enthuse them with his passion for food. His culinary knowledge is extraordinary, and who better than a double Michelin-starred chef to teach viewers how to cook incredible dishes.”
    Alan Brown, creative director at Chocolate Media, said: “Raymond’s infectious enthusiasm for food and his passion to get us cooking makes him the best teacher you could wish to have.”
    Raymond Blanc: How to Cook Well is produced by Chocolate Media (part of NBC Universal International TV Production). The executive producers are Alan Brown and Charlotte Reid; the BBC executive producer is Tanya Shaw.


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