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satellietnieuws januari 2013

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Local channels to be broadcast nationally in Turkey.

 

Anadolu Networks to use SES capacity to launch local TV platform for Turkey at 31.5 degrees East from 1st January 2013.

 

TRT Turk, Karadeniz Kackar TV, Kanal 2000 Mersin and Kanal 15 Burdur are to be available at launch, with further channels to follow after the launch of ASTRA 5B.

 

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CDS/TVV:

Uitzenduren Animal Planet

De zender Animal Planet is vanaf 8 januari voortaan 24u per dag beschikbaar. Door deze uitbreiding nemen we helaas afscheid van de zender Discovery Science.

 

TVV:

 

Op 8 januari veranderen enkele zenders in ons aanbod van frequentie. Ze blijven wel op hetzelfde nummer in de zenderlijst beschikbaar.

 

De zenders die een nieuwe frequentie krijgen zijn La Une HD, La Deux en de radiozenders La Première, VivaCité, Musiq 3, Classic 21 en PureFM.


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Fresh from announcing important new distribution deals in the US and Burma, the BBC’s international television news channel, BBC World News, is unveiling a dramatic new look next week when it re-launches from new studios in central London.

 

The channel will feature a refreshed line-up of programmes and presenters, and will be investing heavily in additional newsgathering capacity around the world.

 

From 12:00 GMT on Monday 14 January the channel will be broadcast from new state of the art High Definition studios in the BBC’s new London headquarters, the redeveloped Broadcasting House. BBC World News is the first English language channel to go live from the new building

 

 

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/worldnews/wn-studios-launch.html


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ITV has today removed most of the regional identifiers on satellite as part of its latest rebranding exercise.

 

The change to the service names on satellite bring the broadcaster in line with Freeview, although the regional identifiers were useful when locating other ITV regions.

 

Notable exceptions are ITV Wales and ITV Border. Both regions still ID themselves accordingly on satellite. These regions are currently being reviewed as part of talks to renew ITV plc's Channel 3 regional licences.

 

There have been calls to split ITV Border, to enable Scottish viewers to see news more relevant to them in a devolved Scotland. The existing Wales and West region - formally HTV West and Wales - is also earmarked to be split. Channel 3 licences are due to be renewed from 1st January 2015.

 

ITV has today re-branded its entire output. As part of the changes, the main channel became "ITV", losing the "1" the channel acquired back in 2001 when other ITV branded services were launching.

 

Coming just over two years after the launch of ITV1+1, the timeshift channel became ITV+1 and the main HD channel became ITV HD. All idents, promotional trails and on-screen graphics also changed today.


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