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Tunisia’s National Broadcasting Corporation and Arabsat Unveil Arabsat Satellite Platform

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

The Arab Satellite Communication Organization – Arabsat – and the National Broadcasting Corporation (ONT) are holding a festival and press conference in Tunisia to announce the launch of the Arabsat Satellite Broadcasting Platform on Wednesday, December 13, 2017, with the presence of a group of specialists in the field of media and satellite broadcasting.

“The Arabsat platform in Tunisia will contribute to the delivery of the Tunisian TV and Radio content to all the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe on the same frequency which is considered an added value to our customers in Tunisia. Also, our platform supports HD channels which is a favourable choice for the viewers in Tunisia and facilitate TV broadcasting from Tunisia to the whole world,” said Khalid Balkheyour, President and CEO of Arabsat.

Balkheyour also added, “I’d like to seize this opportunity to express Arabsat’s deep appreciation for the fruitful efforts and professional cooperation we received from our colleagues in the Tunisian National Broadcasting Cooperation headed by His Excellency Zaker Bakoush, the general manager.”

Original published at: https://spacewatch.global/2017/12/tunisias-national-broadcasting-corporation-arabsat-unveil-arabsat-satellite-platform/

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