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Satellite Channel Updates: Bloomberg TV Europe, Khalifa TV, and More

In the realm of satellite television, changes are afoot as channels shift frequencies and positions on the orbital map. Here’s a rundown of the recent updates:

Bloomberg TV Europe

  • Transponder: 11686 V 23000 2/3
  • Status: Left
  • Satellite: Astra 2G @ 28.2° E

Bloomberg TV Europe, renowned for its in-depth coverage of global financial markets, has bid adieu to its previous transponder on Astra 2G at 28.2° E. Investors and viewers alike may need to retune their satellite receivers to continue receiving the channel’s insightful business reporting.

Khalifa TV

  • Transponder: 10970 V 27500 2/3
  • Status: Left
  • Satellite: Badr-7 @ 26° E

Khalifa TV, a channel offering a diverse range of cultural and entertainment programming, has ceased transmission on its former transponder on Badr-7 at 26° E. Viewers following the channel’s content will need to adjust their satellite settings accordingly.

Manara TV

  • Transponder: 11010 V 27500 2/3
  • Status: Back on
  • Satellite: Badr-7 @ 26° E

Manara TV is back on the airwaves after a temporary absence. Broadcasting on the 11010 V frequency with a symbol rate of 27500 and FEC of 2/3, the channel resumes its lineup of educational and informative programming on Badr-7 at 26° E.


  • Transponder: 11137 H 27500 3/4
  • Status: On
  • Satellite: Hot Bird 13G @ 13° E

Airmont, a channel catering to a wide audience with a mix of entertainment and lifestyle content, is now available on the 11137 H transponder with a symbol rate of 27500 and FEC of 3/4. Viewers tuning in via Hot Bird 13G at 13° E can enjoy the channel’s diverse programming lineup.

Suspilne Kyiv (RZR) (Viasat Ukraine)

  • Transponder: 12207 V 30000 2/3
  • Status: Left
  • Satellite: Astra 4A @ 4.8° E

Suspilne Kyiv (RZR), also known as Viasat Ukraine, has bid farewell to its former position on Astra 4A at 4.8° E. Viewers seeking its content will need to explore alternative means of access as it vacates its previous transponder.

These updates serve as a reminder for satellite TV enthusiasts to stay informed and ensure their equipment is properly configured to receive their favorite channels amidst the ever-evolving landscape of satellite broadcasting.

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