SES has transferred capacity from the AMC-9 satellite following a significant anomaly.
German transmitter network operator Media Broadcast considers launching a satellite version of its DTT platform Freenet TV on Astra (19.2° East) to extend its reach to DTH households.
SES and LG Electronics will demonstrate OLED TV’s 4K High Frame Rate (HFR) broadcast at the tenth SES Industry Days conference in Luxembourg.
SES has returned to growth in the first three months of the year with increases in both revenues and profitability.
Two Multichannel Video Programming Distributors (MVPDs) in the US have launched the first commercial linear Ultra HD services to cable and IPTV subscriber homes using SES’s satellite-delivered, pre-packaged, Ultra HD solution.
MX1, a global media services company wholly owned by SES, and Vubiquity, have signed a multi-year linear distribution deal.
DTH satellite remains the most-used TV reception method in Germany.
The SES-10 satellite has been successfully launched onboard a flight-proven SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Centre, Florida.
SES has entered in a collaborative agreement with Verizon aimed at driving the take-up of Ultra HD services by Verizon Fios subscribers in the US.
German public broadcaster ARD will terminate the distribution of its main TV channel Das Erste on Eutelsat’s Hotbird satellite system at 13° East on March 31, 2017.