Re: Satellite TV in the USA
From: email@example.com (Dr.Dish)
Date: Tue, 30 Jul 1996 21:39:49 +0200
From firstname.lastname@example.org Tue Jul 30 15: 40:31 1996
>Dear Dr. Dish:
>I've just moved from NL to Vermont, USA. My impression of satellite TV
>in Europe is that one can receive many national broadcastings free (after
>buying the dish of course).
>When I ask a dealer in the USA if there are any uncoded/unscrambled
>broadcasts from satellites over the US, I always get "I don't know" or
>"no-your must by a monthly service contract to receive anything". What
>is the truth? Their vagueness gives me the idea that there are
>broadcasts to receive for free.
>Bristol, VT 05443
With a larger c-band dish you will receive in the US many free of charge
signals on satellite. A dealer will allways try to sell you some
program-packages, because he makes a living from this.
Have a look into the international frequency list of TELE-satellite magazine
(7-8/96) or check the SATCODX-pages via TELE-satellite online.
Christian Mass (Dr.Dish)
Editor of TELE-satellite magazine
Producer of DR.DISH TV
The first European Satellite Information Channel
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