SexySat TV

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SexySat TV
Starring Various
Country of origin Slovakia / Netherlands / Brazil
Original language(s) English
Running time 24 hours
Picture format 4:3
Original release 2002 – Presen
External links

SexySat TV is a softcore televised sex line, broadcasting on the Astra 1L, Hot Bird 13B and Hipasat Bsatellites.

SexySat previously had a network of three more channels on European satellite TV, including on Hot Bird 3.


Sexysat was one of the first European erotic Liveshow-channels. Different sources state that it was first broadcast in 2001 ([1]) or February 2002.[citation needed] The first programmes were on a single Hot Bird satellite channel, with one female presenter taking calls in a studio in the Netherlands.

According to, the studio was moved from the Netherlands to Bratislava, Slovakia, on 4 August 2004.[2] In July 2005, SexySat began broadcasting on the Astra 1H satellite, available in Germany.[citation needed] Since these two developments, the picture and sound quality has reduced, along with explicitness allowed on shows (fans began a petition to oppose this).


Liveshows are broadcast live 24 hours a day. (Previously this was only from 19:00 until 06:00, with repeats in-between.) Programming usually consists of a scantily clad woman, who asks viewers to call her. The ladies are mostly from the Czech Republic and neighbouring Slovakia and speak at least two foreign languages.


  • Astra 19.2 : Astra 1L 11068 MHz, Vertical, SR 22000 kS, FEC 5/6.
  • Hotbird 13 B :  : Hot Bird 13B 11727 MHz, Vertical, SR 27500 kS, FEC 3/4.
  • Hispasat 1E : 12052 MHz, Vertical, SR 27500 kS, FEC 3/4.

Defunct channel:

  • SexySat TV 2: 12245 MHz, Horizontal, SR 27500 kS, FEC 3/4

Web streams[edit]

There are online live streams of both SexySat TV 1 (since 2011) and also an online-only hardcore channel, XXX SexySat (since December 1, 2012). As of 2016 Their websites also carries other streams of similar channels such as Babestation

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Retrieved 14 Oct 2007
  2. ^ Retrieved 14 Oct 2007