September 7th, 2010 - 13:51 UTC
by Andy Sennitt.
Orion Express, a major satellite television provider in Russia, is now offering expanded direct-to-home (DTH) programming via capacity on the Intelsat 15 satellite (IS-15). Under the multi-year, multi-transponder contract, Orion Express is distributing news, sports, entertainment and children’s programming for its new satellite platform, Continent TV, which crossed the 100,000-subscriber threshold within three months of its service launch. Continent TV offers viewers access to 50 television channels and 16 channels for cable network operators.
IS-15, launched in November 2009, provides video and data services through its high power Ku-band payload. Located at 85? E, the satellite offers Orion Express the ability to deliver television and media services across the Russian territory and supports the country’s ever-growing demand for DTH services.
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