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Free-to-air networks unite to put live TV on mobiles

Free-to-air networks unite to put live TV on mobiles before December From http://www.theage.com.au/business/media-and-marketing/free-to-air-networks-unite-to-put-live-tv-on-mobiles-before-december-20161009-gryk8f Television will be in your pocket before the end of the year, after Freeview announced plans for a live TV app on Monday. However, the app puts Freeview in direct conflict with several sporting codes, including the ...

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Sky Muster satellite performing post-launch

From http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/SSL_built_Sky_Muster_satellite_performing_post_launch_maneuvers_according_to_plan_999.html Space Systems Loral (SSL), a leading provider of innovative satellites and spacecraft systems, has announced that its second high throughput satellite designed and built for Australia’s national broadband network (nbn) was launched on Wednesday afternoon and is successfully performing post-launch maneuvers according to plan. The satellite, Sky Muster ...

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Satellite TV viewers only watch 10% of their channels

The switch-over to all digital, and mandated, addressable set-top boxes have been something of a struggle for India. Almost all of the nation’s cable MSOs will have made the change by December 31st, and the country’s DTH players are already all-digital. The worry now is that India’s Doordarshan public broadcaster ...

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Globecast brings Korean channel to Sky

From http://advanced-television.com/2016/10/10/globecast-bring-korean-channel-to-sky/ Globecast has been selected by Arirang TV to launch its new HD channel on Sky’s satellite platform in the UK and Ireland. Arirang TV is a Seoul-based public service broadcaster that provides a mix of English language news, cultural programmes, educational shows and documentaries and is the first ...

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Boxing: Live streamer admits he’s on the run from Duco

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — China’s presumed ambition to snatch up satellite spectrum by purchasing struggling satellite operators around the world was one of the hottest topics at this years APSCC conference, despite the absence of the Chinese government. Industry officials said that, whatever the U.S. government’s future policy toward China ...

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Eurosport 1 launches free live-stream in Germany

From http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/2016/10/12/eurosport-1-launches-free-live-stream-germany/ Eurosport 1+2 ScreenshotEurosport 1 has commenced offering its linear TV channel as a free-of-charge live-stream on the internet in Germany. Following a registration, the live TV service is freely accessible, as an OTT service, on the Eurosport website. The Eurosport 1 live-stream has so far only been provided ...

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afraid of ViaSat- 3 Some Asian operators

High-throughput satellites like the one pictured here have massively more throughput for broadband applications than conventional satellites. But Asian satellite operators said that’s only part of the story. Obtaining landing rights in Asia will be no easy matter, they said. Credit: ViaSat KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Asian satellite fleet operators ...

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