BSkyB’s emphasis on its On Demand services have taken the total number of connected Sky homes to 3.4 million.
Telekom Austria will launch its new advanced DTH platform this week on Vipnet in Croatia.
Eutelsat has ceased transmissions on the disputed German-controlled frequencies at 28.5 degrees East. They have now been adopted by SES.
France has committed €25 million to the upgrade of the Ariane 5 launcher.
SES Stand 1.B51. Global satellite operator SES will be showcasing the latest SAT-IP and 4K technology.
WATCH VIDEO. Spacecom’s AMOS-4 satellite, the largest and most sophisticated communication satellite built-in Israel to date, was successfully launched Saturday from Baikonur, Kazakhstan.
Sky Deutschland chief Brian Sullivan has told German media that he is targeting a subscriber base of five million households.
The probable cause of the July 2 failure of the Proton M/Block DM mission has been put down to the improper installation of the three yaw angular rate The Proton launch left its flight path shortly after lift-off.
Prisa’s pay-TV subscribers continue to fall as the Canal+ branded service lost 60,000 subscribers in the three months between April and June, twice that of the preceding period.
Anyone who was anticipating a set of sluggish results, if only on TV additions, will be reading BSkyB’s 12-month results several times over.