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Brazilian regional television broadcaster TV Clube is moving its high-definition (HD) channel distribution to Intelsat 14, a new HD video neighbourhood.

intelsat 23aug2017The Rede Record TV affiliate will use services on Intelsat 14 to expand its HD presence in the region, including distribution to its UHF retransmission sites. Located at 315° East, Intelsat 14 is the newest HD cable-distribution neighbourhood delivering pan-regional programming in Latin America.

Intelsat 14 expands Intelsat’s media distribution in the region, joining Intelsat 11, Intelsat 21 and Intelsat 34 – all used for distributing top tier sports, entertainment, news and education programming for more than 93 million viewers. Intelsat delivers 77 of the 100 most watched channels in the region, with nearly 150 channels distributed in HD.

“As one of the leading regional broadcasters in Brazil, we know that our viewers want higher quality and exciting television programming,” said Fernando Eugenio, superintendent director, Opinião Sistema de Comunicação, TV Clube’s parent company. “By moving to Intelsat 14, TV Clube will be able to expand distribution of its regional programming in the State of Pernambuco and deliver cost-effective, reliable, high-definition television programming to millions of new viewers throughout the region. By joining the Intelsat 14 video neighbourhood, we will have a flexible, scalable and highly efficient network infrastructure that will support our HD expansion initiatives as well as our long-term growth objectives.”