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Lockheed Martin wins Arabsat deal to build 2 satellites

Lockheed Martin, a leading security and aerospace company, has won a deal from Arabsat and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) to manufacture two A2100 communications satellites. In conjunction with the contract

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Al Jazeera moves satellite broadcast to Es'hailsat

Al Jazeera Media Network will permanently terminate broadcasting via Arabsat satellites Badr-4 and Badr-5 starting January 1, 2015, a report said, adding that new channel bundles will be broadcasted through  satellite Es'hailSat 1.

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My-HD offers MBC channels on Arabsat

My-HD, a top satellite pay-TV platform, and major satellite operator Arabsat, have partnered to make available all current eight MBC channels in high definition (HD) on Arabsat. This will give My-HD a total of 30 premium HD channe

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BBC to launch HD channel across Mideast

BBC World News is set to launch its international high definition (HD) channel on Arabsat on August 5, after which it will be offered as an HD feed across the Middle East. Arabsat will be the BBC’s first distribution partner

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Talia expands Mena services on Arabsat

Talia, a top-tier provider of data communications and voice services in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, has announced the launch of its broadcast playout services on the Arabsat fleet. Headquartered in UK, Talia operates its

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Bahrain to stop news broadcasts on Arabsat

Bahrain news will soon no longer be broadcast on Arabsat in protest over its transmission of Iranian propaganda, the Information Affairs Authority (IAA) said. IAA decided to stop broadcasting from this Friday, in protest over "its failure

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Bahrain to boycott news broadcast on Arabsat

Bahrain news will soon no longer be broadcast on Arabsat in protest over its transmission of Iranian propaganda, the Information Affairs Authority (IAA) said. IAA decided to stop broadcasting from this Friday, in protest over 'its fail

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FTA channel growth ‘slowing down’

The growth in the number of free to air (FTA) satellite channels targeting the Arab region is slowing down, said a report. The FTA landscape added 13 channels between March 2009 and April 2010, compared to the 104 channels added between Au

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Iran's Al Alam TV says taken off air

Iran's Arabic-language television network Al Alam said on Wednesday it has again been taken off air by a Saudi-based satellite operator amid simmering tensions between Shi'ite Iran and Sunni Muslim Saudi Arabia. Analysts say Riyadh and sev

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Arabsat set to launch interactive MG-TV

Arabsat, the world’s ninth largest satellite operator and Dubai-based International Media Concepts (IMC) have signed a three-year deal to launch MG-TV, the first-ever interactive television channel in the Arab world. A top&n

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