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Arabsat Announces New Frequency For Tunisian Channels

Artist’s conception of the Badr-4 satellite operated by Arabsat. Image courtesy of Astrium.

Arabsat has announced a new frequency on its BADR-4 satellite for the Tunisia Nat1, Tunisia Nat2, Hannibal TV, and Al Janoubia TV channels to join Attasia TV and M Tunisia TV on the Tunisian Channels Bouquet from the Office National de la Télédiffusion (ONT) Arabsat BADR-4 new frequency at 12,643 MHz, while Arabsat viewers are informed about the change via Arabsat’s linear and non-linear media distribution network.

“We are delighted with our partnership with ONT, to bring up the Tunisian channels from their home country and we look forward to continue to offer their unique services to Tunisian broadcasters through the strong partnership with ONT on Arabsat BADR-4 new frequency 12,643 MHz,” said Khalid Balkheyour, Arabsat President and Chief Executive Officer.

“This move supports our content strategy to deliver specialized video frequencies reflecting market demand to the Arabsat audience across the Middle East and North Africa and Europe and ensuring the best Free-To-Air viewing experience at home,” Balkheyour added.

“Arabsat has been, and will continue to be, a strong partner for ONT and we warmly thank all the team that supported the launch of the ONT platform on dedicated frequency to Tunisian public and private broadcasters,” says Mr. Dhaker Baccouch, Chief Executive Officer of ONT.

Original published at: https://spacewatch.global/2017/08/arabsat-announces-new-frequency-tunisian-channels/

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