CTC KIDS Biss Key and Frequency 2021
CTC Media (till 2004 – StoryFirst Communications) was established by a U.S. entrepreneur Peter Gerwe in 1989 in Delaware in the United States. In 1991 co-founded Russian-American radio station Maximum. The Group launched broadcasting operations in 1991 with its own TV station in St. Petersburg. Channel Six of St. Petersburg started broadcasting in other regions in 1994.
National TV channel CTC debuted in 1996, Russia’s first thematic channel Domashny was launched in 2005.
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In 2009, СTC Media began international satellite Biss Keys broadcasting in North America as CTC International. In June 2010, the launch of international broadcasting took place in Israel. In March 2011, CTC Media started international broadcasting in Germany, and later in May 2011, a number of agreements were signed to start broadcasting on two new platforms in North America. In October 2011, CTC International increased its footprint in North America and began broadcasting in the Baltic states. As of February 2012, the international version of CTC began broadcasting in Europe, as well as in a number of countries in North Africa, the Middle East, and Central Asia. CTC-International started broadcasting in Kyrgyzstan in April 2012, and launched in Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan in May the same year. CTC International is available in Thailand since July 2012.
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|CTC KIDS HD TV Biss Key and Frequency on Astra 5B at 31.5°East 2021|
|Satellite||Astra 5B at 31.5°East|
|Channel Name||CTC KIDS|
|Biss Key||B1 55 45 4B E5 20 19 1E|
Astra 5B is one of the Astra communications satellites owned and operated by SES. It was launched as SES’ 56th satellite in March 2014, to the newest of the Astra orbital positions for direct to home (DTH) satellite TV, at 31.5°E for DTH, DTT Biss Keys and cable use in Eastern Europe,
The satellite will replace the Astra 1G satellite currently at 31.5°E, which is itself filling in at that position after the loss of the Astra 5A satellite (originally called Sirius 2) in 2009 Astra 2C was first used at 31.5°E to replace Astra 5A, with Astra 1G positioned there in 2010.
Astra 5B is the third satellite to be launched of four ordered together by SES from Astrium (now Airbus Defence and Space) in 2009. The similar Astra 2E and Astra 2F were launched to Astra 28.2°E before Astra 5B in 2013 and 2012, respectively, and the fourth, Astra 2G Biss Keys was launched later, in 2014.