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When the Independent Television Commission granted the broadcaster its licence, it was accepted that the channel would not be able to be broadcast terrestrially to 100pc of the UK because the UK's frequency spectrum does not have sufficient space available.
More importantly, the 16% of the population that will be unable to access digital television terrestrially as a result of geographical limitations will access free-to-air television and public radio stations through the platform.
He said what made the deal with Bags "particularly unpalatable" was that there was no agreement for a fee for terrestrially televised races, which Amrac had promised to work towards.
A global network of decoders, or "detectors," then captures all occurrences of the embedded video being transmitted via satellite, cable or terrestrially and generates tracking reports for the content owners.
GBI is the lone operator that provides flawless links between Europe and the entire Gulf regions through the Mediterranean, Egypt and the Red Sea, or terrestrially through Turkey and Iraq.
The signal is then re-transmitted terrestrially from the UHF transmitters directly to mobile phones.
GBI is the only operator to render seamless connectivity from Europe to all of the Gulf countries through the Mediterranean, Egypt and the Red Sea, or terrestrially via Turkey and Iraq.
Betting shops would still be able to pick up terrestrially covered races from BBC and Channel 4.
Eutelsat are used by StarTimes to transmit terrestrially for its local distribution, and has activities in Kenya, Burundi, Nigeria, Tanzania, Central African Rep.
Channel 4 has committed to covering racing terrestrially and it is not in our thinking to shift racing from Channel 4 to another service.
While confident the race can be incorporated within its two-hour programme, Channel 4 Racing supremo Andrew Franklin yesterday confirmed that a delay to the off time of the 36-runner contest could result in it not being broadcast terrestrially.
After the Teletrax watermark is integrated into the client's video, a global network of decoders or "detectors," captures all occurrences of the embedded video being transmitted via satellite, cable or terrestrially and generates tracking reports for the content owners.