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SONY TEN 1 Frequency Started On SES-7/8 @108.0E

SONY TEN 1 Frequency Started On SES-7/8 @108.0E

 

Sony Ten 1
It broadcasts events from the World Athletics Championships, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and Sukma Games. Its programming schedule also consists on live coverage of the tennis,rallying, horse racing, beach volleyball events and basketball. WWE Raw (along with the 30-minute pre-show) and WWE SmackDown are currently broadcast live weekly, along with NXT, Main Event, WWE Sunday Dhamaal and (generally) monthly pay-per-view specials.

Satellite  Position Frequency  System SR
FEC
SES-7/8 @108.0E 11640   V MPEG2/HD/ 32700

 

History
In January 2001, Taj Television was established in Dubai Media City. The company launched Ten Sports on 1 April 2002.[1]

In 2005, Zee Entertainment Enterprises launched Zee Sports as their 24-hour sports broadcasting network. Later, in November 2006, Zee acquired Taj Television as a subsidiary. Zee Sports was rebranded to Ten Action in 2010, which featured adventures sports and non-cricket content such as tennis and football. Twelve also launched a separate feed for Pakistan.[citation needed]

In August 2016, Zee’s CEO Subash Chandra announced that the company was negotiating with Sony Pictures Networks to sell its sports channel bouquet. The agreement was signed in September 2016 and the acquisition was planned to be two-phased. With the completion of the first phase of the purchase, Sony

expanded its Indian sports network to 9 channels. With the completion of second phase, Sony gained access to sports channels owned by Zee outside India. On 18 July 2017, the channels were rebranded under the Sony umbrella with the “Sony” brand attached as a prefix on the sports channels, in addition with the launch of the HD simulcasts.

 

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