Eir Sport 1 New Frequency

Eir Sport 1 Live Channel ON Astra 2E/2F/2G at 28.2°East New TP Frequency Transponder Here 2018
eir Sport 1 (formerly Setanta Ireland) is a subscription based Irish sports channel featuring local and international sporting events. The channel is available on some basic cable packages in Ireland, while it is available upon direct subscription to the Eir Sport package on other networks across Ireland. Its sister channel is the subscription based network Eir Sport 2.

In June 2013, Setanta Sports signed a long-term agreement with BT Sport to distribute these channels within the Republic of Ireland. In November 2015, Irish telecommunications company Eir acquired Setanta Sports. On 5 July 2016, Setanta Ireland was renamed Eir Sport 1.


Eir Sport 1 New Frequency 2018

Eir Sport 1 Live Channel ON Astra 2E/2F/2G at 28.2°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Eir Sport 1
Satellite :Astra 2E/2F/2G at 28.2°East
Frequency :11171
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:22000
Fec:5/6
V.PID:2328
A.PID:2329 English
SID Code:51111
51122
Quality:DVB-S/MPEG-2
Update :: March 30-03-2018


History

    As of 5 July 2016 the Setanta Sports brand has been replaced by Eir Sport operated by Eir.
    Setanta Sports was formed in 1990 to facilitate the broadcasting of Irish sporting events to Irish expatriates
    Setanta Ireland launched in August 2004 initially on the UPC platform in the Republic of Ireland.
    Setanta Ireland's CEO is Michael O'Rourke, who was one of the original company founders. He took over following the departure of Colin Morgan in late 2012. Niall Cogley was the CEO prior to that.
    The company's production headquarters is in Broadcasting House, Princes Street South, Dubln 2, Ireland.
    Senior positions include Brendan Higgins CFO, Brian Quinn Marketing Director, Trevor Twamley Advertising Sales Director, Graham Byrne Head of commercial premises
    The name 'Setanta', comes from the name of the ancient Irish Warrior 'Setanta' from Ulster who frequently played the oldest known field sport[citation needed], hurling, and who was later given the name 'CĂșchulainn' as described in the ancient Irish texts of the 'Annals of Ulster'
    Setanta acquired the Premier League highlights rights for the Republic of Ireland in August 2013, taking over from RTÉ. In July 2016, it was announced that they had lost these rights to Sky Sports Ireland with effect from the 2016/17 Premier League season.
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