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Tråd: Nye HD-TV kanaler.
09-09-2004, 16:39 #1
09-09-2004, 16:47 #2
er vel bare en mld om at euro1080 har byttet navn?
09-09-2004, 18:11 #3Opprinnelig postet av jfinneru
For å ta inn den franske HD-feeden så trenger man visst en 100cm parabol o Oslo-området. Finnes det noen løsninger for denslags som kan brukes inne på en balkong uten å ta opp for mye plass?
09-14-2004, 17:27 #4
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HDTV service to expand to Nordic countries from October
Nordic Satellite AB and Euro1080 Nordic have signed an agreement to broadcast the HDTV channel HD1 via Sirius to the Nordic and Baltic regions starting in October. HD1 is the first European high definition channel offering a mix of music, sports, lifestyle, wildlife and fiction. "HDTV is the TV format of tomorrow and we want to be among the first to offer people this possibility," said Benny Norling, general manager, Broadcasting Services Company, NSAB-Sirius.
"We are very excited about distributing the HD1 HDTV channel on Sirius," said Gabriel Fehervari, CEO of Euro1080. "Now that we have a perfect footprint for the Nordic market, we will extend our reach to this region where we see a potential growth for HDTV services due to the high penetration of home theatre systems."
09-14-2004, 19:57 #5
Euro1080 har indgået aftale med Nordic Satellite AB (Sirius) om distribution af High Definition kanalen HD1 til de nordiske lande. Kanalen vil således blive sendt fra positionen 5 grader øst i tillæg til Astra 19,2 øst.
Euro1080 tror på det nordiske marked, og mener at udbredelse af hjemmebiograf udstyr her vil give stort potentiale for HDTV.
For at modtage HD1 kræves en HDTV satellitreceiver og abonnement (ud over parabolen pegende på SIRIUS selvfølgelig). Receiveren koster ifølge oplysningerne fra NSAB omkring 5000 svenske kroner. Abonnementet der kører frem til 2010 koster omkring 2000 svenske kroner.
10-12-2004, 15:54 #6
Another HD service launches on European Astra satellites
Following is a press release from German channel ProSieben giving yet more proof that High Definition for Europe really is here to stay…
”ProSiebenSat1 Produktion and SES ASTRA are proud to announce a premiere in European commercial free-to-air television. On October 14th, ProSiebenSat.1 Produktion will, for the very first time, simultaneously broadcast a high-resolution HDTV (High Definition Television) signal in parallel with the traditional digital standard-resolution via ASTRA 19.2° East.
The ProSieben/BBC co-production "Pride - The Law of the Savannah" (a wildlife program about the adventures of a young lion) will be available to viewers equipped with appropriate receivers both via conventional standard-definition (SD) reception and, exclusively via ASTRA, in the new, crystal-clear HDTV standard.
With the significantly enhanced picture quality provided by HDTV, "Pride" can be viewed with much greater, true-to-life detail. The visual experience will be completed by Dolby Digital 5.1 sound, providing viewers for the first time ever with true cinema quality in the living room. Technically speaking, the broadcast will be simulcast in parallel to the regular SD signal, the film being played out in HDCAM SR (1080i/50 Hz) and delivered to an MPEG-2 HD encoder with a data rate of some 1.4 gigabits/s. The HD broadcast of Pride will be available via ASTRA Transponder No. 103 (12460 Mhz, H-polarisation, SR 27.500, FEC ¾.). An HD promo trailer of Pride will be available as of October 12th. The transponder capacity required for this HDTV premiere in commercial Free-TV is provided courtesy of SES ASTRA.
Posted by John Archer
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