FijiTV HD Channel New Biss Key and Frequency on Intelsat 19 at 166.0°East Good Working Feed Kode Here Update Today Latest Transponder New TP 2021
Fiji Television Limited (SPSE: FTV) is Fiji’s main television network. It was founded on 15 June 1994 as the first permanent commercial television broadcasting network in the country, although television had previously been introduced temporarily in October 1991 to broadcast the Rugby World Cup as well as Cricket World Cup. This was reviewed and reissued in 2000 for a term of 12 years. Fiji TV was listed as a public company in 1996 on the Suva Stock Exchange, now known as the South Pacific Stock Exchange Biss Keys.
Fiji TV owns Fiji’s premier free-to-view channel (FTA) Fiji One, and formerly the pay TV service, Sky Pacific, which was acquired by Digicel in 2016. Fiji TV also owned subsidiary company Media Niugini Limited, which operates Papua New Guinea’s only commercial free-to-view channel, EM TV, but later sold it off to the PNG Government-owned Telikom PNG Limited. Fiji TV’s Biss Keys main shareholders are Yasana Holdings Limited, Fijian Holdings Limited, a Fijian investment company owned by the provinces of Fiji, and Hari Punja & Sons Limited, a privately owned investment company.
FijiTV Latest Biss Key Today 100% Working Code Update 2021
|FijiTV FTA Biss Key and Frequency on Intelsat 19 at 166.0°East 2021|
|Satellite||Intelsat 19 at 166.0°East|
|New Frequency||4012 H 7500|
|Today Update||May 03.05.2020|
|Biss Key||7A 8F 0C 15 C3 73 19 4F|
Intelsat 19 is a geostationary communications satellite operated by Intelsat. It was constructed by Space Systems Loral, based on the LS-1300E satellite bus. It was successfully launched by Sea Launch using a Zenit-3SL carrier rocket on 1 June 2012. Upon entering service it replaced Intelsat 8 at 166° East Longitude.
Intelsat announced late 1 June that its South solar array failed to deploy.The failure followed a pressure/vibration anomaly recorded during launch. The only other time this anomaly was observed on the Sea Launch vehicle was during a 2004 launch which also delivered a payload with solar array damage. Intelsat 19’s solar array damage was evident by telemetry – after fairing jettison and before satellite release – during which time the array was exposed to Sun.