Inter Russia TV Channel to open branch in Panama

From its branch in Panama, the international TV station, Inter Russia TV Channel, will attend to the Central American market.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Valerin Gaichuck, president of the company said to Prensa.com: "...the TV program will be broadcast from Panama to North and South America, and hope to also become a business guide, providing information on trends, products and services such as banking and tourism."

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Satellite Services in Costa Rica

October 2012

In a new phase of liberalization of communications, competition is beginning to stir in and satellite television and internet services.

Elfinancierocr.com reports that "The Mexican company Claro and the U.S. Datzap will be the first in the country to offer satellite services, following the opening phase of the telecommunications market.

América Móvil Plans to Invest in Costa Rica

July 2010

The company is looking to introduce its brand via offering satellite TV and later cell phone services.

Ricardo Taylor, general manager for Claro in Costa Rica, told La Nación that the company had already asked the government for a frequency through which to transmit the satellite signal it uses to provide customers with its service.

Sky Begins Honduran Operations

May 2009

Under the name, Conica Honduras, Sky Company began operations by offering over 200 satellite television channels.

During the first phase, it will install 2,000 antennas to broadcast its signal to the main cities.

Laprensahn.com reported statements by Jorge Céspedez Gutiérrez, Sky’s regional sales director, "The Sky product is being launched with exclusive games from the English and Spanish soccer leagues and it has no interference with other TV broadcasters."

SKY buys rights to DirectTV in Panama

September 2008

The Mexican company, Innova, which provides paid TV services under the Sky brand name, bought the DirectTV transmission rights.

DirectTV, which provide TV by satellite and which has been in the Panamanian market for 11 years, "is leaving the market and we are in the process of migrating subscribers and calling them to inform them of the change," said a source who preferred to remain anonymous.

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