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Berbere TV Channels On Arabsat BADR-5

Arabist’s Badr-5 satellite. Image courtesy of Airbus Defence and Space.

Arabsat is pleased to announce the arrival of  BERBERE TV, the window to the Berber cultural world and a leading North African commercial broadcaster, to the fast growing premium satellite television platform Maghreb Bouquet on the Arabsat BADR-5 satellite.

The BADR-5 Maghreb Bouquet will broadcast BERBERE TV, BERBERE JEUNESSE, and BERBERE MUSIC in addition to satellite radio channels Berbère Radio and Antinéa Radio to the Maghreb communities. With this new phase of expansion on the Arabsat BADR-5 Maghreb Bouquet, BERBERE TV is delivering on its vision of reaching all homes in Maghreb countries with its culturally rich and entertaining TV and radio programming.

“Arabsat is committed to continuing its efforts to partner with premium broadcasters to provide Arab communities with high quality entertainment content that adheres to our cultural and social values, and we are happy to welcome Berbere TV channels and radio on board which shall be a great addition to our neighborhood,” declared Khalid Balkheyour, President and Chief Executive Officer of Arabsat.

“After seventeen years of existence and a presence on all ADSL networks and cable networks in France, in Canada on BELL FIBE, and around the world via the platform, Berbère Télévision is continuing its expansion. I am delighted to announce that Berbère Télévision, Berbère Jeunesse, Berbère Music, and our two radio stations Berbère Radio and Antinéa Radio, are joing the growing 26°E neighbourhood to increase our visibility in North Africa. This shall meet the growing demand of viewers in this region for our programmes,” declared Mohammed Saadi, CEO and founder of Berbere Television Group.

About BERBERE TV channels and radio frequency:
Satellite: Arabsat BADR-5 @ 26° East
Coverage: North Africa
Frequency: 12 303  MHz
Polarity: Horizontal
Symbol Rate: 27500
FEC: 5/6
Transmission: DVB-S
Modulation: QPSK

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