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Newly launched Nigerian Direct-to-Home (DTH) pay-TV company, African Cable Television (ACTV), has signed a multi-year contract with Israel-based Spacecom’s Amos-5 satellite to distribute its content throughout the country over Ku-band from the 17° East position. “ACTV is primed to become a force of change in Nigeria’s communications sector and Spacecom is pleased to be their […]


Eutelsat Communications and Spacecom have joined hands to drive expansion of digital entertainment services in Africa. They have established a framework for cross-commercialisation of Ku-band capacity connected to the high-power. “This agreement between Eutelsat and Spacecom shows how neighbouring operators can combine their strengths to offer Africa’s broadcast community the full benefits of their expertise. […]


Senegal-based DTT operator in charge of country-wide analogue switch-off, Excaf Telecom, has awarded global satellite communication operator, Spacecom, a long term contract to digitise Senegal’s broadcast services. Excaf, which aims to create West Africa’s first digital terrestrial network, will be utilising Spacecom’s Amos-5 satellite at 17° East to implement the national DTT Project. Excaf will […]


Spanish infrastructure firm, Abertis, is bidding for a majority state in Israeli satellite operator, Spacecom Communication, through its affiliate, Hispasat. The Israeli commercial satellite operator, which operates a fleet of Amos craft is being sold by its main shareholder, Eurocom Communications Ltd, which holds a 64.4% stake. According to reports, Abertis’s bid for Spacecom valued […]


Israeli communications satellite operator, Spacecom, announced that its AMOS-5 satellite has won a USD 3.6 million broadcast deal in East Africa to provide analogue-to-digital migration broadcast services for an East African DTT and DTH operator. This is Spacecom’s second East African deal this month for AMOS-5 after signing a similar USD 5.9 million contract last week. […]


Israel based communications satellite operator, Spacecom, announced its AMOS-5 satellite has won a five-year deal worth USD 5.9 million to provide broadcast services to an East African video service provider which will use Ku band capacity to provide DTT and DTH operations as part of a digital migration project. “Our Ku-bands and C-band span the […]