Apostolic Oneness Network selects SatLink for global TV distribution | News | Rapid TV News
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The Apostolic Oneness Network (AON), the global Christian TV network, has selected SatLink to distribute its premium channel internationally.

The new arrangement will extend AON’s audience reach in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas over SatLink’s international satellite network.

SatLink will broadcast AON TV to Europe in KU band on Eutelsat 9 and to North and South America on Satmex 6. For transmission to Africa, AON will take advantage of SatLink’s AMOS 5 C-band platform to reach the Pan-Africa TV market. Likewise, in Asia, AON will be delivered on SatLink’s Cband platform on Asiasat 5, which reaches hundreds of million viewers directly in households, and through cable networks, pay-TV platforms and hotels throughout the region.

Julie Ingoli, president of AON, said: “The ability to distribute our content to every corner of the world, to the maximum number of viewers, enables AON to fulfil our commission – to preach the gospel of the kingdom in all the world for a witness. We have chosen SatLink to further extend the distribution of our broadcast signal.”

David Hochner, CEO of SatLink, added: “We are delighted to be working with AON and help them to penetrate new markets and reach new audiences. Combing our strategic location with our extensive experience means that we are able to address many of the challenges facing broadcasters in this sector and help them to extend their reach to new and exciting regions such as Asia, Africa & Latin America. The provisioning of full broadcasting solutions in a reliable and cost-effective manner is key and we are always looking for new ways to deliver our customer’s content globally.”

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