UAE-based satellite operator YahLive has announced a new partnership with Arqiva that will see the broadcast services provider uplinking HD TV services to Yahlive capacity from a European hub.
The deal will mean households across the MENA region with access to YahLive, which is located at 52.5° East will be able to view various European TV programming in HD.
Mohamed Youssif, CEO of YahLive, said: “The signing of this agreement will enable YahLive to distribute a broader range of programming content on our satellite and is another example of YahLive fulfilling its ambition to be the region’s leading satellite service provider of HD. As a market leader in the provision of high quality broadcast solutions and satellite uplinking in Europe, Arqiva is a clear choice for YahLive as our partner for delivery of HD signals to our satellite. The highest quality HD, combined with YahLive’s growing bouquet of international TV channels, delivers the best HD TV experience to YahLive viewers.”
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