Telepace

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Telepace
Launched 1979
Picture format 16:9 (1080i, HDTV); 4:3 (576i, SDTV)
Country Italy
Language Italian, English, French
Broadcast area Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand
Headquarters Cerna, Italy
Website http://www.telepace.it/
Availability
Terrestrial
in Rome, Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol and selected areas of Lombardy UHF 27, UHF 39, UHF 42
Satellite
Eutelsat HotBird
Europe
12476 / 29900 / 3/4 H in HDTV only
Galaxy 25
North America
11874 / 22000 / 3/4 H
Optus D2
Pacific Rim
12421 / 22500 / 3/4 H
SKY Italia
Italy
Channel 515 (in HDTV only)
Tivù Sat
Italy
Channel 515 (in HDTV only)
Cable
MC Cable
Monaco
Channel 224
IPTV
JW WebPlayer [1]

Established in 1979, Telepace is an Italy-based broadcasting network that carries Roman Catholic-themed programming. The programs include programming from Centro Televisivo Vaticano.
Also on Satellite TV, Telepace broadcast also as TV Syndication in Italy with more than 50 affiliated television stations.
Its headquarters are in Cerna, a frazione of Sant'Anna d'Alfaedo, Italy, with branches in Trento, Agrigento, Lodi, Fátima and Jerusalem.

In Italy it is available FTA on SKY Italia and Tivù Sat, in the United States it is available FTA on Glorystar and Spiritcast, in Australia it is available FTA on UBI World TV.

On January 6, 2014, the channel started to air in high definition on Eutelsat HotBird satellites and on SKY Italia and Tivù Sat. The SD version was dropped from HotBird the same day. Up to now, native HD programs only occur during live telecasts from Vatican City distributed by the Centro Televisivo Vaticano, and during repeats of the above.

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