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Electronics4u

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Thanks brother: please take us through what is required for one to receive; epl matches, Nice latest movies, local channels and serious documentaries. We had this info but that ni**a called wandei messed it all up....and the cost too.
 

Meria Mata

Elder Statesman
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for fta epl the best sat is arabsat 5c@20e cband, best reeived with aa 180 cm dish, documentaries are availiable fta on eutelsat7@7e with a 130 cm dish and ku lnb.
prices
180cm dish - 6k
130 cm dish - 4.5k
cband lnb - 1.5k
ku lnb between 350 and 1800 depending on gain
installer - negotiable but between 3 - 5k
 

Electronics4u

Village Elder
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for fta epl the best sat is arabsat 5c@20e cband, best reeived with aa 180 cm dish, documentaries are availiable fta on eutelsat7@7e with a 130 cm dish and ku lnb.
prices
180cm dish - 6k
130 cm dish - 4.5k
cband lnb - 1.5k
ku lnb between 350 and 1800 depending on gain
installer - negotiable but between 3 - 5k
Thank you.
Now my question: I love both EPL and documentaries. I can't afford 2 dishes. Which size is the best for both? Halafu hook me up with an installer based in nbi esp buruburu area.
 

Meria Mata

Elder Statesman
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African Nations Cup 2015
17:00 Equatorial Guinea -Congo
Porogramme National
-Eutelsat 5°W - 11060 H 23700 -Biss
-Ses 22°W -12674 H 20255 -Biss
EuroSport2
-Eutelsat 7°E-11513 H 29900-CW(Digiturk)
Canal + Sport France
-Astra 19.2°E-11856 V 27500-NOFTA
Canal + Sport France HD
-Astra 19.2°E-12012 V 29700 -NOFTA (DVB-S2)
Eurosport 2 Deutschland HD
-Astra 19.2°E -11876 H 27500 -(DVB-S2)/NOFTA
EuroSport 2
-Hotbird 13°E -11240 V 27500-NOFTA
Eurosport 2 HD
-Hotbird 13°E-11258 H 27500 -(DVB-S2)/NOFTA
ORTB
-Eutelsat 5°W-12690 V 30000-FTA
-Eutelsat 5°W -4154 L 2290 -FTA(C-Band)
RTS1
-Eutelsat 5°W-12690 V 30000-FTA
-Eutelsat 7°E -11221 H 27500 -FTA
-Eutelsat 7°E -11721 H 22000 -FTA
-Eutelsat 7°E -12728 V 30000 -FTA (Africa)
-Eutelsat 16°E -10804 H 30000 -FTA (Africa)
-Intelsat 24.5°W -3653 R 3906 -FTA(C-Band)
ORTM
-Eutelsat 5°W-12690 V 30000-FTA
-Eutelsat 7°E-10721 H 22000 -FTA
-Eutelsat 7°E -11221 H 27500 -FTA
-Intelsat 24.5°W-11675 V 27500 -FTA
-Intelsat 31.5°W-12340 V 2121 -FTA
Ghana TV
-intelsat 18°W -4026 R 5000-FTA (C-Band)
RTI 1
-Intelsat 34.5°W -3677 R 3220 -FTA(C-Band)
Gabon Télévision
-Eutelsat 5°W-12690 V 30000-FTA
 

Meria Mata

Elder Statesman
#18
media wars continued

Cofek’s attention is drawn to the latest decision by the Communications Authority of Kenya (CAK) on three media houses as follows;

Cofek welcomes the decision to instill strict discipline among ICT industry operators without fear or favour in line with Article 34 of the Constitution.

We cannot over-emphasize the role of the regulator in ensuring fairness between the industry players and consumers. In that regard, respect for the regulator is a must. In cases where parties have irreconcilable difference of opinion, they must seek arbitration mechanisms through the Courts of Law. Militant approach and or acting outside the confines of the law is unacceptable and must be condemned.

In this regard, the 3 media houses under the Africa Digital Network consortium have themselves to blame. Indeed, it is difficult for one to find reason to sympathize with them. They have allowed emotions rather than reason to explain their grievances.

The message they ran over the weekend was in bad taste and certainly not in good faith. It sought to undermine the digital migration process, the regulator, consumer interest as well an active related matter before the Supreme Court. The message caused severe and an unnecessary anxiety among consumers.

Our appeal for a meeting and an immediate stop on the 3 media houses offensive against the two pay-tv firms was never heeded. Be that as it may, we wish to observe as follows;

(a) In order that the all-important digital migration process is not thrown into total disarray, and should the 3 media houses accept to play by the CAK rules, show remorse and publicly apologize for the tone and misleading content in the offensive ads, we urge the regulator to reconsider withdrawal of their license before officially gazzetting its’ latest decision. We also urge the affected media houses not to proceed to Court on the latest CAK decision prior to giving meaningful dialogue chance.

(b) That the Competition Authority should immediately investigate potential abuse of dominance specifically on the cross-ownership and refusal by the 3 media houses to run advertisements by rivals on digital migration switch-off or otherwise

(c) That there is need for Parliament to review the Kenya Information Communications Act on the structure and balance of foreign and local ownership levels of the Broadcast Signal Distribution licensees

(d) That BSD’s will need to find a win-win and reasonable working arrangement with the Free To Air channels.

(e) That CAK embarks on consumer education for the two remaining analogue switch-off phases. We trust that in a reconciliatory spirit the 3 media houses will accept advertisements from their rivals

(f) That CAK must equally ensure that all pay-tv decoders should never disconnect Free to Air channels whether on FTA or encrypted pay-tv decoders.

(g) Meanwhile, we urge top Government officers to stop interfering with the CAK and provide it an ample time to make its decisions free from Government and commercial interest
 
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