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MEDIA BROADCAST Extends Transponder Agreement With SES Astra To 19.2°East

MEDIA BROADCAST, Europe's leading full service provider in the broadcasting and media sector, has extended its agreement with SES Astra to cover transponder capacities at 19.2°East. The agreement is for transponder 113. This enables MEDIA BROADCAST to continue to market its DVB-S Broadcast Services in core markets in Germany and Europe. Juwelo TV and K-TV are the first broadcasters to extend their distribution agreements with MEDIA BROADCAST to include 19.2°East.
Dr. Ute Haimerl, Head of the Satellite Business Unit at MEDIA BROADCAST explains: "MEDIA BROADCAST has been one of the leading DVB-S service providers in Europe for years. By extending our agreement to Astra 19.2°East we will continue to provide our customers, especially those in our domestic market, with first-class broadcast services in future. The initial contracts with Juwelo TV and K-TV confirm our strategy and provide the foundation for our platform's continued growth.”
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