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CASBAA: “Satellite competition is fierce”

“There have been more dramatic changes in the global satellite industry in the past two years than we have been seen in the last twenty-five,” said Steve Collar, CEO of…

Intelsat, Globecast take TRT World into Americas and Asia

Intelsat has announced that Globecast signed a multi-year agreement with the company to distribute the English version of TRT World in HD format to cable outlets in Asia and the…

ABS, Solar launch new DTH bundle for Philippines

Satellite operator ABS is linking with content providers Solar Group to create a new DTH package for the Philippines. The new Free to Air service will be available on C-band…

Eutelsat sells Hispasat stake to Abertis

Eutelsat has agreed to sell its 33.69 per cent stake in Madrid-based Hispasat to Abertis. Abertis is itself in the process of being acquired by Italian infrastructure company Atlantia. The…

US Q1 pay-TV sheds 410,000 subs

Findings from broadband, media and entertainment industries research and analysis specialist Leichtman Research Group (LRG) indicate that the largest pay-TV providers in the US — representing about 95 per cent…

Intelsat extends merger plan; SoftBank exasperated

Japanese media giant SoftBank has helped Intelsat sweeten its proposed debt-swap by a small amount in its drive to merge with Jersey-based OneWeb. SoftBank will put in a minuscule extra…

Launch success for SES-15

A Soyuz rocket, part of the Arianespace fleet, successfully launched SES-15 from French Guiana on time (at 07.42 EDT) May 18th and from where it will start its slow but…

Airbus-Safran renames itself Ariane Group

Airbus Safran Launchers, the joint-venture created at the initiative of aerospace giants Airbus and Safran groups in order to reorganise the European rocket launch sector, is now to be known…

SES-15 ready to go

SES-15, a new satellite owned by SES of Luxembourg, is scheduled to launch from French Guiana on a Russian-built Soyuz rocket today (May 18th). Lift-off is timed for exactly 1154:43…

3D printing for satellite parts becoming routine

Technicians at Thales Alenia Space in Cannes, France, have now sent into space 79 metal parts inside satellites for the likes of Telkom 3S and the recent launch of Koreasat-7.…

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