Skylink (TV platform)

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Towercom, TradeTec
Private
Industry Telecommunication
Founded 2007 (2007)
Headquarters Prague, Czech Republic
Bratislava, Slovakia
Key people
Jaromír Glisník
Products Television, direct broadcast satellite
Website www.skylink.cz
www.skylink.sk

Skylink is a satellite service that offers Czech and Slovak TV and radio stations to residents of Slovakia and the Czech Republic. The package includes channels received without subscription and pay-TV channels.

A number of HDTV channels were introduced into the package in 2009, and Skylink claimed to have 500,000 subscribers from Slovakia and the Czech Republic,[1] but by the end of the 2009, Skylink had 900,000 subscribers.[2] Furthermore by April 2010, Skylink has reached 1,000,000 subscribers.

The Skylink package is broadcast from Astra 3A at 23.5° east.

Channels[edit]

Free-to-view channels[edit]

SD Pay channels – Multi pack[edit]

SD Pay channels – CS TV pack[edit]

HD Pay channels – HD PLUS pack[edit]

Extra channels[edit]

MULTI HD pack[edit]

Kombi pack[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dziadul, Chris (17 March 2009). "Sky Link prepares more HD". Broadband TV News. 
  2. ^ "Skylink překročil 900 000 karet" (Press release) (in Czech). Skylink. 13 January 2010. 

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