Hispasat has changed its business model, according to José Antonio Guerra, the company’s head of commercial office and EMEA sales.
Hispasat and Media Broadcast Satellite have reached an agreement on a deal with an initial duration of five years to distribute FunBox UHD, in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
Hispasat and Quadrille have introduced a new push VOD solution that allows on demand video content to be distributed via satellite without the need for internet access.
The re-launched and Hispasat-supported B2B DTH platform Pantelio has secured its first client.
The audiovisual service provider Panaccess has launched a DTH platform in cooperation with Hispasat and Belinter Media and targeting the Slovak and Czech markets.
Hispasat has entered into a strategic agreement with LeoSat Enterprises under which it will invest in the latter.
Hispasat has announced changes to the composition of its board of directors following the completion of the sale of Eutelsat’s stake in the company.
Eutelsat Communications hassod its 33.69% stake in the Spanish satellite operator, Hispasat, for a consideration of EUR302 million.
Hispasat has placed a strong emphasis on investment in recent years, allocating €1 billion between 2012-17, according to Jose Antonio Guerra, the head of the company’s business office.
Hispasat owner Abertis has deconsolidated the satellite operator from its accounts in a move the frees up a sale of both Abertis’ motorway construction interests and Hispasat itself.