Spacecom, the operator of the Amos satellite fleet, has announced a long-term agreement with Germany’s Da Vinci Media to distribute the Da Vinci Learning Channel, targeting Eastern and Central Europe over the Amos-3 satellite located at 4 degrees West.
Produced in Germany, the educational channel is uplinked via Budapest for broadcast throughout Hungary, Romania, Poland, Slovenia, Ukraine and Bulgaria. Spacecom is providing both satellite capacity and uplink services through a local business partner.
The Da Vinci Learning Channel programming focuses on knowledge and interactive learning to facilitate the learning process and provide true education.
“Spacecom’s coverage, range of services and rich neighborhood were the primary drivers behind our decision to partner with them for long-term access to capacity on the Amos-3 satellite,” said Ferdinand Habsburg, MD for Da Vinci Media. “Our learning channel brings not only the best of entertaining education programming, but also the inspiration to amaze and enable our viewers to enrich their knowledge.”