TV5 Monde Afrique is now broadcasting via the Amos-5 satellite at Spacecom’s 17° East position.
The channel, which targets francophone African countries with a range of cultural, entertainment, sports and documentary programmes, is using Israel-based satellite services provider SatLink Communications to uplink to the Amos satellite.
Denise Epoté, Director of TV5MONDE Afrique, said, “As the number one brand in Africa, we’re excited to bring our superior programming to the AMOS-5 French-speaking neighborhood at 17°E. With a clear and powerful signal from Dakar in the Northwest all the way to La Réunion in the Southeast, the satellite offers our signal to more French-speaking audiences and in a simple manner.”
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