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I noticed today that Avail TVN has dropped five more transponders on Galaxy 28.
Only three IPTV muxes remain.

3820 H 30000
3860 H 30000
4140 H 30000

They also changed their name to Vubiquity.


They seem to be switching from satellite distribution to cloud based.

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Getting enough bandwidth for that could be a problem for many hotels. The data could get quite expensive as well.  PPV revenue is not a big ticket item on the financial statements. 

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Originally Posted by photoman76
I noticed today that Avail TVN has dropped five more transponders on Galaxy 28.
Only three IPTV muxes remain.


I thought the Crazyscan trace looked different today vs yesterday.  Almost thought I was on the wrong sat. 


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I work with companies that have their own head end.  They used to receive Avail via C-Band Mpeg2, but now that everything is going HD Mpeg4, they are using fiber.  All the telco's and electric companies that I visit as customers switched to a fiber from Kansas City.

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A fresh scan appears that the 3860 H mux on Galaxy 28 has dropped SBN and Arouse TV from that mux.

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