Eutelsat 9B, a geostationary satellite that is located at 9 degrees East longitude, has seen a number of changes in recent days.
- Euronews Russian has moved to a new frequency. The channel was previously broadcasting on 12111.00MHz, pol.V (DVB-S2 SID:7177 PID:1020[MPEG-4]/2020 English). It has now moved to 11996.00MHz, pol.V (DVB-S SR:27500 FEC:3/4 SID:632 PID:5201/5211 Russian- Clear).
- 269 Italia has left Eutelsat 9B. The channel was broadcasting on 12111.00MHz, pol.V (DVB-S2 SID:7177 PID:1020[MPEG-4]/2020 English). It is no longer available on the satellite.
The reasons for these changes are not clear. However, it is possible that the channels were removed due to declining viewership. The channels have been struggling in recent years, and their ratings have been dropping.
The removal of these channels is a reminder of the ever-changing landscape of satellite TV. Channels are constantly being added and removed, and viewers need to be prepared for changes.
If you were a fan of any of the channels that have left Eutelsat 9B, you will need to find a new way to watch them. The channels are no longer available on satellite in Europe. However, you may be able to watch them on demand through streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
Here are some alternative channels that you can watch:
- Euronews: Euronews is a European news channel that is available in a variety of languages, including Russian.
- Netflix: Netflix is an American streaming service that offers a variety of movies and TV shows, including some in Russian.
- Amazon Prime Video: Amazon Prime Video is an American streaming service that offers a variety of movies and TV shows, including some in Russian.
I hope this article has been helpful. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask.