International Satellite TV - Vision

By: Vision  06-Dec-2011

International Satellite TV - Standard Definition Digital Satellite TV

For perfect digital picture quality anywhere in NZ, Digital Satellite TV harnesses new transmission technology for continuity in picture reception, with no interference. The International Satellite TV signal comes into your home from a combination of the satellites Optus D1 & D2 via a professionally installed dual LNB satellite dish system, giving you the ability to enjoy NZ and International ‘Free to Air’ digital TV. The satellite dish required to receive the following channels listed will be under 1mtr in diameter so installation costs are reasonable.

‘Digital Satellite TV’ gives you more than the standard channels, with perfect digital picture and sound every time. The following TV & Radio stations are available currently.

International Satellite ‘Free to Air’ Digital TV

English Language Channels Available

Australia’s SBS1 & SBS2 • Press TV • Russia Today • JCTV • Smile of a Child TV • 3ABN International • EWTN Pacific Rim • GOD TV Australasia • Hope Channel International • The Church Channel • Daystar TV • Inspiration Network International •  TBN Asia-South Pacific •  CGNTV •  Apostolic Oneness Network (AON)

Other Language Channels Available

Arabic:   Adu Dhabi TV • Al-hyat TV • Oman TV

Buddhist:   Dhamma Media Channel

Dutch-Flemish:   BVN TV Australie

Egyptian:   Aghapy TV • CTV

Greek:   ERT World

Hungarian:   Duna TV

Indonesian:   SCTV

Islamic:   Salaam TV

Italian:   Telepace

Japanese/English:   NHK World

Kurdistan:   Kurdsat • K TV

Romanian:   TVRi

Syrian:   Al Forat TV

Thai:   TGN

Turkish:   TRT

International Satellite ‘Free to Air’ Digital Radio

Radio Stations Available

Radio Netherlands 1, 2 & 3 • RVI 2 Belgium • Overcomer Radio • 3 ABN • KISS FM • Sport 927 • NET 105.8 • Raw FM • TRT FM • Kossuth Radio • In-Direct Roman • 2CR •  Emirates FM •  Oman Radio •  Voice of Turkey • Radio Medjugorje • Radio France •  Radio Tarana • CRO National Radio • China Radio Network • 94EFM

Find out how Vision can help you find the best solution for you and your family.

Note Reception of International Satellite Television and Radio broadcasts are termed fortuitous, these satellite broadcasts can change format, move satellite or encrypt without warning. Vision accepts no responsibility for the interruption, loss or encryption of any of the services listed. Please check channel availability at time of inquiry.


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