Brazilian channels are delivered through new SES satellite solution

Brazilian TV watchers already have the possibility to receive several channels in the country through the new free Ku-band solution from SES on the SES-10 satellite, located at 67 degrees West.

To make it possible for customers to have an easy access to the channels, broadcasters can send their content to the SES teleport, located in the Brazilian municipality of Hortolândia, São Paulo state, and send it to the Ku band capacity of the satellite. Watchers should buy a STB compatible with DVB-S2 to receive TV networks from SES-10 and can use antennas from 60 cm to 75 cm, as officially reported by SES.

Among other channels and content owners, TV Cultura has tested the upward Ku-band uplink of SES, whose main benefits are reaching the market faster and broadcast to millions of watchers at a lower investment cost.