Hellas Sat Signs Romanian Capacity Deal
Hellas Sat has signed a new capacity deal in Romania. The company announced Oct. 27 that Kanal D has signed a long-term agreement for satellite distribution of Kanal D TV in Romania. Kanal D is one of the most popular general TV channels in Romania. Romania has a population of just under 20 million people.
Kanal D’s primary satellite feed will be delivered nationwide from Hellas Sat’s position at 39 degrees East. Hellas Sat is a subsidiary of Arabsat and is based in Greece and Cyprus. Hellas Sat operates three satellites delivering video, broadband and data services in Europe, Middle East and Southern Africa.
“It is an honor to partner with Kanal D TV station and welcome them on board our Hellas Sat fleet. This long-term agreement demonstrates Hellas Sat’s commitment to serving Romanian TV broadcasters and DTH operators with one of the most powerful satellite systems in the region. With a flagship TV station like Kanal D, Hellas Sat strengthens its position as orbital leader for DTH and TV channel distribution in Romania,” Christodoulos Protopapas, CEO of Hellas Sat, said in a statement.