The Middle East is an ever-changing market with one constant: growth. With unprecedented developments taking place, the region will continue to drive Earth observation, exploration and mobile connectivity while shaping a unique space industry.
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With a feel-good factor emanating around the industry, the process to decide nominees for our Satellite Executive of the Year was far from easy. However, we have managed to whittle it down to six candidates that are in the running for the award.
Once again, the satellite industry can breathe a sigh of relief at having apparently dodged a bullet at the most recently concluded World Radiocommunication Conference. While some minor incursions were made with respect to the lower end of the fixed satellite C-band spectrum allocations, a bigger threat has once again been averted, at least for [...]
Via Satellite interviews the new blood coming into the satellite industry to get a glimpse of their aspirations and impressions for satellite
The FIFA World Cup is the planet’s most widely viewed sporting event. The 2010 World Cup held in South Africa was broadcast to 204 countries on 245 different channels. The 2014 World Cup attracted an audience of more than 3 billion people. All those eyeballs staring at screens also make the World Cup one very [...]
Editor’s note for the February edition of Via Satellite