Setanta Sports HD New Frequency

Setanta Sports Live Channel ON Astra 5B at 31.5°East And KazSat 3 at 58.5°East Good Working Feed Code New TP Frequency Transponder Here 2018
Setanta Sports was a sports television company based in Dublin, Ireland. The company was formed in 1990 to facilitate the broadcasting of Irish sporting events to international audiences. The company operated channels in the UK, Asia, Australia, United States and Canada.

Setanta Sports HD New Frequency 2018

Setanta Sports Live Channel ON Astra 5B at 31.5°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Setanta Sports
Satellite :Astra 5B at 31.5°East
Frequency :11973
Polarization :V
Symbol Rate:27500
A.PID:1042 Russian
1043 English
SID Code:1004
Update :: March 30-03-2018

Setanta Sports HD Live Channel ON KazSat 3 at 58.5°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Setanta Sports HD
Satellite :KazSat 3 at 58.5°East
Frequency :12656
Polarization :V
Symbol Rate:45000
A.PID:3012 Russian
SID Code:30301
Update :: March 30-03-2018


Setanta Sports operated a number of channels which have either been sold off or closed.

In December 2015, Eir purchased Setanta Sports Ireland Ltd. On 5 July 2016 Setanta Sports was rebranded Eir Sport.

Setanta operated Setanta Sports and Setanta Action until October 2013 when the channels were acquired by 21st Century Fox. In July 2014, Fox announced that from August 2014 the channels would be rebranded Fox Sports and Fox Sports 2.

Setanta Sports launched a variation of the channel in Asia. In 2015, Discovery Networks International purchased the channel, as of 2016 the channel is still branded as Setanta Sports under licence from Setanta Ireland. Setanta Asia currently operates Setanta Sports Plus and Setanta Sports Asia.

As of August 2014 both Setanta Sports Australia and Setanta Sports Plus were sold to Al Jazeera Media Network with approval sought from regulators in Australia. The channel became BeIN Sports Australia in November 2014.

Setanta Sports previously operated a version of the channel in Canada as a joint venture with Canadian media company Rogers Communications (Setanta itself owned 20% of the network). However, its minority stake was acquired by Rogers in July 2011 and the channel was re-aligned as part of its Sportsnet networks, and become Sportsnet World on 3 October 2011. The re-launch would also come alongside an overall re-branding of the Sportsnet networks.
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