Join Today























Page 243 of 628 FirstFirst ... 143193233241242243244245253293343 ... LastLast
Results 2,421 to 2,430 of 6279

Thread: Daily Satellite TV News

Eutelsat strengthens presence in Russia July 2, 2013 11.10 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul Eutelsat has extended its agreements with the

  1. #2421
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085

    Eutelsat strengthens presence in Russia
    July 2, 2013 11.10 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    Eutelsat has extended its agreements with the Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) for future capacity on the latter’s satellites for the delivery of digital broadcasting and broadband services.
    Following on from the signing of leases in November 2012 for capacity on RSCC satellites to be launched at 140 degrees East this year and 36 degrees East in 2015, the extension is for an additional 15-year lease for 19 Ku-band transponders on Express-AT1, due to launch at the end of this year in the 56 degrees East position.
    Taken together, these three positions will provide full coverage of the Russian Federation and help such leading clients as the DTH platforms NTV+ and Tricolor TV.
    In related developments, Nikolay Orlov, Eutelsat’s regional VP for Russia and Ukraine, has been appointed CEO of Eutelsat International, a new consolidated subsidiary set up as Eutelsat’s platform to serve the market for broadcast and broadband services in Russia.
    Tricolor TV has meanwhile signed a multi-year lease with Eutelsat International for a total of 16 transponders on Express-AT1 at 56 degrees East and Express-AT2 East to reach homes in the footprints of both satellites in Siberia and the Far East from the first quarter of next year.
    Tricolor TV already uses the 36 degrees East slot to reach over 11 million homes in the European part of Russia.

  2. #2422
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085
    Fell named EBU technology director
    July 2, 2013 09.54 Europe/London By Julian Clover

    ITV’s former director of future technologies has been named as the EBU’s new director of technology and innovation.
    Simon Fell has 35 years experience in senior broadcasting technology roles, having worked for ITV and the former London franchise holder Carlton Television.
    He replaces Lieven Vermaele, who in January announced his departure after six years in the post.
    EBU Director General Ingrid Deltenre said: “We are confident that in Simon we have found a proven leader who can guide EBU Technology & Innovation through the challenges that lie ahead. He brings a broad portfolio of highly relevant experience, and the EBU executive team looks forward to working with him.”
    Commenting on his appointment Fell said: “Public service media companies throughout Europe face a changing technological landscape now more than ever. I am looking forward to leading the EBU’s great technology team as we navigate the future and guide the membership towards the right technology choices for digital media production and delivery.”
    Fell is the current Chairman of the Technical Council at the Digital Television Group, the industry association for digital television in the UK.

  3. #2423
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085
    Corman’s Drive-In YouTube channel goes overseas
    July 3, 2013 07.50 Europe/London By Robert Briel

    Iconic American filmmaker Roger Corman and Julie Corman are expanding their personal YouTube subscription channel.
    After its launch in the US and Canada last month, Corman’s Drive-In is available to fans in the UK, Japan, Brazil, France, Spain, Russia, South Korea and Australia.
    YouTube is making the channel available around the world immediately. The authentically American drive-in movie concept is gaining in popularity globally as Paris’s famous Grand Palais has been transformed into an American-styled drive-in Cinema for the summer; while in Japan, Roger Corman is revered as one of the “titans of America Cinema.”
    Corman, widely known as the godfather of independent movies, popularised film sub-genres like car-chase pictures, dystopian biker flicks, cross-species mutant monsters, space operas, and women-in-cages.
    Corman’s Drive-In premieres with a double-feature of Jack Nicholson’s debut films, the classic spaghetti sci–fi Starcrash, the original Piranha and the grindhouse sexploitation Big Doll House. Coming this summer, the channel will offer subscribers a new selection of films including Allan Arkush’s Rock N Roll High School, featuring The Ramones.
    Rebel filmmaker Roger Corman and producer Julie Corman personally select the films that debut each month on Corman’s Drive-In. Cultivated from their vault of 400 titles which include iconic pictures like Grand Theft Auto and The Fast and the Furious, many of the films are now being offered for the first time in the digital universe and can only be seen on the Corman’s Drive-In YouTube channel.
    Offered as a subscription programming service for $3.99 per month, Corman’s Drive-In will refresh its rotating selection of 30 movie titles regularly.

  4. #2424
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085
    MyTF1 app available for Windows Phone 8
    Pascale Paoli-Lebailly | 03-07-2013
    Already available for tablets and Windows 8 PCs, TF1’s app MyTF1 is now available for Windows Phone 8, in unlimited use in France, thanks to a 3G or Wi-Fi connection.
    This app enables users to watch TF1 live in HD on their Windows Phone smartphones. It also gives access to TF1's Replay service as well as to exclusive videos and bonus.
    The arrival of MyTF1 app on Windows 8 is in addition to the 6 million smartphones or tablets that can already download it.

  5. #2425
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085
    Live TV still satisfies viewers’ needs
    Editor | 03-07-2013
    A new market study by Thinkbox has concluded that live TV satisfies all viewers’ needs and video on demand (VOD) excels at more personal and private TV.
    In its research, Screen Life: TV in demand, the marketing body for commercial TV in the UK — whose members include Channel 4, ITV, Sky Media, Turner Media Innovations and UKTV — examined why live viewing continues to thrive alongside VOD. It found that fundamentally there were six main reasons why people watched TV: unwind; comfort; connect; experience; escape; indulge.
    All respondents owned a smartphone and 46% owned a tablet and nearly three-quarters watched VOD content at least once a week. This compares with the 52% of the UK who has ever watched VOD.
    Yet this pales into the background compared with live TV which UK viewers watch 90% of the time.
    The survey found that the live TV experience satisfies human emotional needs that on demand viewing alone can’t. By contrast VOD excels at satisfying personal approaches to TV, specifically indulging and escaping, but was is less equipped for more social needs such as unwinding and seeking comfort. The survey found that for 54% of the occasions people watch live TV they are with someone else compared to 30% for VOD. And for viewers who want to connect and feel like they are sharing a TV experience with the outside world, then live TV was judged by far the best way.
    Looking at monetisation, the study found that congruent advertising, where the ad creative matches the need state of the viewer, was able to help advertisers maximise the effectiveness of their campaign.
    Thinkbox added that matching the category or brand, tone and message to the predominant need state of the audience will increase response, especially if this also suits the device being used. Since live TV satisfied all the need states identified by the study, it suggested a wide range of narrative styles and advertisers will fit. Yet it said that since VOD excels at particular need states, and is currently used on other devices, advertisers need to be more cautious.
    Commented Neil Mortensen, Research and Planning Director, Thinkbox: “This research gets to the heart of why we watch TV and explains the apparent conundrum of why people choose to watch so much live TV when they don’t have to. It shows that VOD is a brilliant and treasured new way to enjoy TV, but it can’t give people everything they demand from TV – particularly the highly valued social elements. Live TV is best equipped to meet all of the needs and that is why it will endure, no matter what new platforms emerge. Live TV is our daily food whereas VOD is more like a box of chocolates.

  6. #2426
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085
    HD1 claims 62% audience growth over six months
    Pascale Paoli-Lebailly | 03-07-2013
    TF1’s French DTT HD drama channel HD1 has claimed the leading position among the country's six new DTT HD channels launched last December as it achieved a 62% audience growth on the 4+ demo during the first half of 2013.
    On this time period, HD1, which notably challenges M6’s family channel 6ter, reached a 0.5% audience share on the 4+ demo and 0.7% on women under 50. Respective audience shares in June are 0.6% and 0.9%, with 160,000 cumulative viewers during prime time
    Already available to all pay-TV subscribers on ADSL, cable and satellite platforms, the six new FTA DTT HD channels are for now covering a little more than 25% of the French territory. Their terrestrial distribution will be progessively enhanced so as to cover 97% of the terrestrial population by 2015.

  7. #2427
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085
    New channel for Slovakia
    July 3, 2013 07.24 Europe/London By Chris Dziadul

    Slovakia’s Council for Broadcasting and Retransmission (RVR) has awarded MAC TV, the operator of the national commercial station Joj, a licence for what will be its fourth channel.
    Known as Senzi TV, it will begin test transmissions on August 1 and make its full debut a month later.
    Local reports say Senzi TV will be similar to the Czech station Slagr TV and target viewers aged 40+ with a mix of music including folk, classical and Balkan.
    On air for 24 hours daily, it will reach and audience not currentky served by the company’s three other channels, Joj, Plus and Wau.

  8. #2428
    miri-01's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    10,085
    Sony ups Lubensky in Lat Am
    July 3, 2013
    Sony Pictures Television (SPT) has appointed a senior VP and general manager for its channels in Latin America.

    Nathalie Lubensky will be responsible for the management of the SET, AXN and Spin channels across the Spanish-language market in the region.

    She was most recently senior VP of marketing for SPT Networks, managing global marketing and branding for SPT across 159 countries. Prior to joining Sony in January 2012, she was senior VP of affiliate marketing for media networks across Disney and ESPN for eight years.

    SPT’s channels in Brazil will continue to be managed by Alberto Niccoli, the country’s senior VP and general manager of channels.

    Both Lubensky and Niccoli will report to TC Schultz, executive VP and MD of networks in Latin America and Brazil.

  9. #2429
    Userone's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    290
    iFilm off of 13 ° E

    2013-07-03


    July 2, 2013 roku off was uncoded channel iFilm Arabic version, which was broadcast via Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B (13 ° E). The transmission was available from the transponder 65 with a frequency of 12.015 GHz, pol. H, SR 27500, FEC 3/4 (DVB-S/QPSK). At the moment, the place where the channel was conducted emissions, reports a black board (search under ID: test). Besides, there's a back channel iFilm Angielski, but at a frequency of 11.566 GHz, pol. H under ID: I1 (logo of the channel is blocked).

    Existing technical iFilm:
    Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B (13 ° E)
    tp. 65 (12.015 GHz, pol. H, SR 27500, FEC: 3/4; DVB-S/QPSK)

    ID: Test
    PID: 522 (MPEG-2/SD)
    PID: 750 (ara), 751 (far)
    PID PCR: 138
    SID: 478
    PID PMT: 266
    Provider: JMC
    Encoding: none

    Uncoded transmission channel iFilm Angielski


    Specifications iFilm Angielski:
    Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B (13 ° E)
    tp. 153 (11.566 GHz, pol. H, SR 27500, FEC: 3/4; DVB-S/QPSK)

    ID: I1
    PID: 8023 (MPEG-2/SD)
    PID: 8123 (eng)
    PCR PID: 7023
    SID: 823
    PMT PID: 1823
    Provider: TBN
    Encoding: none

  10. #2430
    Userone's Avatar
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Posts
    290

    Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D already at 13 degrees

    2013-07-03


    Satellite operator Eutelsat has shifted its communications satellite of Eutelsat 3C original position 3.1 ° E to a new position 13 ° E. It will work with a new name Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D. In the near future, will take over all services from Eutelsat Hot Bird 13A, which then will be moved to the new position 8 ° W. There will be provision of services in North Africa and the Middle East.

    Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D was launched under the name of Hot Bird 10 on 12.02.2009, on board an Ariane 5 rocket from the Kourou spaceport in French Guiana. The satellite is equipped with 64 Ku-band transponders that can operate in the range of 10.95 to 12.75 GHz. Service life is 15 years.


 

Similar Threads

  1. EXCLUSIVE Football News
    By miri-01 in forum General Sports
    Replies: 2042
    Last Post: Yesterday, 06:20 PM
  2. MBC MAX Schedule Daily
    By wased in forum Movie Listings
    Replies: 690
    Last Post: 03-18-2016, 02:53 PM
  3. [Update] Ote tv news
    By sakis7 in forum Greek / Ελληνικά
    Replies: 31
    Last Post: 08-15-2013, 07:37 PM
  4. News Corp updates Fox name for 21st century
    By xantzaras in forum Daily Satellite TV News
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 04-17-2013, 01:49 PM

Visitors found this page by searching for:

Daily Satellite TV News

powered by vBulletin fox news live stream

net insight

Bob Costas

powered by vBulletin bbc news technologybuy and sell vbulletin forums in samsung smart tvmaintenancepowered by vBulletin broadband internet televisionpowered by vBulletin regional news serviceforum.cstalking.com index22buy and sell community forums in samsung smart tvhotbird 13d footprintpowered by vBulletin abc television stationspowered by vBulletin comcast internet serviceoffice solutionwww.king of sat.comforum.cstalking.com index210forum.cstalking.com index212forum.cstalking.com index223forum.cstalking.com index226http:forum.cstalking.comdaily-satellite-tv-news-6daily-satellite-tv-news-16index233.htmlrscc md1jon litner nbchttp:forum.cstalking.comdaily-satellite-tv-news-6daily-satellite-tv-news-16index266.htmlsatbroadcasting gs releases u510

Tags for this Thread