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satellite channel

A carrier frequency used for satellite transmission. See satellite bands.
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Satellite channels are considered a form of investment.
In line with the liberalisation of the audio-visual sector in the region, the number of private satellite channels exceeds the number of government-owned channels," said Mohammad Al Shawwa, an analyst at the Arab Advisors Group.
The Qatar-based satellite channel last broadcast an audiotape purportedly from bin Laden in October.
The triple All-Ireland medal winner said it would be a "disgrace" if the likes of the football and hurling finals went to a satellite channel.
Klenner that its satellite channel ("M Sat") is now broadcasting 24 hours per day on satellite.
Australia Network - Australia's international satellite channel - is brought to you by Australia's largest and most trusted broadcaster, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Colonel Qandil al-Jubouri, police chief of Dhuluiya denied what appeared on a satellite channel about controlling the terrorist gangs on Jabour area, south of Dhuluiya.
Raja Al Jadawi will begin airing her latest television program "Is'aluni" (Ask Me) on the satellite channel "Al Yawm" that is part of Orbit channels.
The Minister has expressed his gratitude to the Government of Japan for its allocation of funds for procurement of equipment for Yemeni satellite channel intended for reinforcement of its capability in broadcasting news and the outcome of the national discussion in the country.
Also, the ministry stressed keenness in implementing the law while, at the same time, taking a balanced stance with all media sources, noting that it has previously issued a similar license cancelation for another satellite channel for the same reasons, as well as for a number of magazines for their irregularity and stoppage in publication.
CAIRO: The satellite channel Al-Jazeera Egypt said on Sunday the authorities had prevented it from broadcasting, after entering its offices and confiscating transmission equipment.
Damascus, (SANA)-Renowned journalist Ghassan bin Jiddo said his resignation from the Qatar-based al-Jazeera Satellite Channel was an expression of a stance.

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