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Galaxy 17, Transponder 24

Network Channel # PCR PID
ABP News 7 710
ABS-CBN News Channel (ANC) 13 1310
ABS-CBN Sports + Action 22 2210
ART 8 810
CCTV-4 9 910
CGTN 11 1110
Channel One Russia 15 1510
Cinema One Global 25 2510
CTI-Zhong Tian Channel 10 1010
DZMM Teleradyo 27 2710
DW (Deutsch+) 28 2810
Life OK 5 510
Lifestyle Network 20 2010
Mediaset Italia 19 1910
MOR 101.9 29 2910
Myx TV 1 110
RTN 16 1610
SBTN 17 1710
STAR India GOLD 6 610
STAR India PLUS 4 410
TFC (East Coast feed) 18 1810
TFC CANADA East 23 2310
TFC (West Coast feed) 2 210
TFC CANADA West 24 2410
THT 30 3010
TV5MONDE 12 1210
TV5MONDE HD 26 2610
TV Asia 3 310
TVK 14 1410
TVK2 21 2110
Galaxy 17 @ 91 West Network ID 837
Vertical Polarity Symbol Rate 30.00
C-Band 4180 MHz. FEC 5/6
L-Band Freq. 970 MHz. DVB-S2 8PSK

Recommended Receiving Equipment

  • 3 Meter Minimum Satellite Antenna
  • C-Band Feed Horn
  • C-Band Low Noise Block Downconverter
  • (25 Degrees or less noise temp)
  • Cisco receivers D9824 (multichannel) / D9854 (single channel)

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Eros Now NBCUniversal Operations & Technical Services
Bollywood Transactional NBCUniversal Operations & Technical Services
Filipino On Demand NBCUniversal Operations & Technical Services
Filipino Transactional NBCUniversal Operations & Technical Services
TV5MONDE Cinema On Demand NBCUniversal Operations & Technical Services
TVK-Pop On Demand NBCUniversal Operations & Technical Services
TV JAPAN On Demand Comcast (Dry Creek Facility)

Off Platform

Network Satellite Transponder Polarization Down Freq. (MHZ) Symbol rate Encryption
Antenna SES-3 22C V 4140 30 Unencrypted
ATV G3C 18 H 12050 20.00 iREDTO2
Phoenix InfoNews G3C 18 H 12050 20.00 iREDTO2
Phoenix NA G3C 18 H 12050 20.00 iREDTO2
TV Japan * G13 4C H 1370 30.00 PowerVu
Venevisión SES 1 24 H 4180 30.00 IRDETO

* TV JAPAN to provide receiving equipment

* RTN+ to provide card. Recommended equipment is a Harmonic PVR7000 with an IRDETO Cam

Technical Contact Information

Launch Authorization 303.290.1560 (8-5 MST Mon-Fri)

24-Hour Post-Launch Hotline 800.824.1771

Outages (Operations Management Center) 303.486.3600

 
     
Russian TV channels sue US online operators for piracy
Mar 03 2016

Russian TV channels sue US online operators for piracy

A number of Russian broadcasters have filed a lawsuit in New York court against US companies for illegally streaming their content and using trademarks.

The plaintiffs are asking the court to stop the streaming and compensate for damages of at least $75,000.

The complaint has been lodged by Russia’s First Channel, CTC, Domashny, Che, Rain, Nostalgia, REN TV and TNT Comedy, reported business daily Kommersant.
The American online operators accused of piracy are Informir, Panorama TV, Goodzone TV, Actava TV, and Master Call Communications.

The lawsuit alleges the companies intercept the satellite signals of Russian broadcasters and redistribute them in the United States for a monthly fee, using the channels’
trade marks in advertising. Subscribers can view the services through a downloaded IPTV player or a set-top box.

A representative from CTC Media told Kommersant that OTT-operators [companies that deliver media over the Internet – Ed.] have been actively developing on the US market.

“… Many of them illegally distribute content without contracts with copyright holders, they do not invest in infrastructure and don’t ensure high-quality broadcasting," he said,
adding that thus they could offer lower prices to subscribers. The average monthly price in the US for online Russian language channel packages is $5-15 against the
$30-50 from traditional cable operators.

The CEO of Russia’s Rain TV channel Natalya Sindeyeva said pirate broadcasting causes a lot of damage to the company like “losses in revenue 
and in negotiations with potential partners."

For legal viewing, Russian TV broadcasters cooperate with local cable and satellite operators in the US which include the international version of Russian channels
in their subscription-based packages.