||Introduction to KingOfSat
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to KingOfSat.net, a web site dedicated to European satellite television since
focuses on all satellites receivable in Europe, from 75°East to 58°West.
16228 programmes and feeds from
157 countries, transmitted through
17480 analog and digital frequencies are listed here today.
and frequency charts. All channels available per satellite are listed
with their frequencies, language, package, PID, etc... Two displaying modes
are possible: You may use the chart mode for full-text listing or the zapping
mode to have a channel picture preview.
- Find out new
channels and latest technical updates (frequency, encryption changes...) Changes
are reported every day in the NEWS section.
selections can be made while listing satellite frequencies using filters and
sortings (Free to air only or all channels, sorting by frequency, name or
Channel Directory, listing all TV stations in alphabetical order with
their technical information.
Channel search utility is useful when looking for a specific TV channel.
Search is possible by channel name, country, category, encryption, satellite...
- All mentioned
TV stations have a link to their web site, if exists.
- Reception reports
for all beams across Europe. these reports are populated thanks to you, the
contributors. They are build upon your indication of reception and reported
in an Europe map at your previously defined latitude/longitude. More information
in the Beams section.
- Picture snapshots
from almost all TV stations (Free To Air and encrypted), thanks to contributors
- Dozens of recorded
video samples and live video streams when available on the internet.
a live satellite feed is broadcast in the LIVE section.
You should have the RealPlayer and Windows
Media Player plug-ins installed to watch these video streams (free
releases are available)
- Go to the Channel
Cemetery if looking for a TV station that has ceased broadcasting on satellite
(keep in mind a channel can cease broadcasting in Europe but can eventually
continue transmitting outside European satellite beams).
updates/contributions are more than welcome: e-mail the webmaster! firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks to translators: Tobias V (German), Martin M (Swedish), Yohann C (Spanish), Yiorgos (sdtv, Greek),
Jarkko Lehtola (Satman, Suomi), Mariano Izzo (Italian),
Andrej Pytkow (Russian), Hocine Aissani (Arabic), H.Guder (Turkish), Aleksandar Miladinovic (Serbo-Croatian),
Robert Barsan (Romanian), Gabor Borbély (Hungarian), Lukasz Gorski (Polish), Luan Morina (Albanian). Big thanks for your contributions in KingOfSat translations
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