10 TV HD live TV Channel Satellite New Frequency on Intelsat 17 at 66.0°East Good Working Code Latest Update HERE Found Transponder New TP 2021
10 TV HD
Intelsat 17 at 66.0°East
New TP : 3894 H 13840 5/6
Today Update HERE Found New TP 2021
Today Update HERE Found 10 TV HD New Frequency 2021
10TV is a 24-hour regional Telugu news channel started in March 2013. K. Nageshwar was the chairman of its advisory board till 2014. He left 10TV to become the editor of the Hans India in November 2014. It is first cooperative news channel with more than 150,000 shareholders which includes agricultural workers, daily wage workers, workers from the unorganised sector, industrial workers, teachers and middle class organisations in India. This is the first initiative of its kind in the world.
Intelsat Corporation (formerly INTEL-SAT, INTELSAT, Intelsat) was an American communications satellite services provider, now international provider. Originally formed as International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (ITSO, or INTELSAT), from 1964 to 2001, it was an intergovernmental consortium owning and managing a constellation of communications satellites providing international broadcast services. Intelsat filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors on 13 May 2020, with over US$15 billion in total debt.
John F. Kennedy instigated the creation of INTELSAT with his speech to the United Nations on 25 September 1961. Less than a year later, John F. Kennedy signed the Communications Satellite Act of 1962. INTELSAT was originally formed as International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (ITSO) and operated from 1964 to 2001 as an intergovernmental consortium owning and managing a constellation of communications satellites providing international broadcast services. In 2001, the international satellite market was fully commercialized, and the United States predominant role in INTELSAT was privatized after 2001 as Intelsat was formed up as a private Luxembourg corporation.
The International Governmental Organization (IGO) began on (August 20, 1964), with 7 participating countries. The 1964 agreement was an interim arrangement on a path to a more permanent agreement. The permanent international organization was established in 1973, following inter-nation negotiations from 1969 to 1971. The most difficult issue to “resolve concerned the shift from management of the system by a national entity to management by the international organization itself”.