PPSC “Astana” is a sports television network that will broadcast sports events in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Estonia. It will launch in Estonia on 29 January 2020. It is owned by Adjarasport.
PPSC “Astana” will broadcast sports events in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Estonia.
PPSC “Astana” is launching a new sports channel that will broadcast sports events in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzkistan and Estonia. In order to get the best picture quality, the company has decided to hire an international team of broadcasters. The crew will consist of three journalists and two camera operators. The number of employees is small, but the budget is hefty.
The new channel is not only going to give local viewers a taste of the world, but also a smorgasbord of sports events, which are a huge hit in the region. However, this will take time and effort, as each event has to be carefully selected and analyzed, and the network will have to keep up with the changing demands of the sports world.
The new channel will feature a lot of old-school sports, including basketball, soccer, rugby, and more. In addition, the network will be able to televise some of the most popular football tournaments in the world. The station will also be equipped with a sports studio, and the team will have access to a team manager. The telecaster will also have access to live feeds of the games, and will be able to offer the kind of commentary that will make any sports fan feel at home.
Channel will continue to be branded Setanta Sports in all 14 markets
Originally founded by Setanta founder Michael O’Rourke, Setanta Sports aims to cover sports from top tiers including motorsport, basketball, ice hockey, and more. The brand currently reaches more than 2.5 million households, and it broadcasts in 14 countries in Europe and Asia.
The sports channel also has a digital service called Setanta Sports Plus that enables fans to watch content across devices. The platform features German Bundesliga, Italy’s Serie A, and England’s Premier League. It also features the UFC and Formula 1. The sports channel airs over the top of cable channels in 15 countries, including Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, and Turkmenistan.
Setanta Sports Eurasia is a sports broadcaster that has operations in fourteen markets in Central and Eastern Europe and is one of the largest sports media companies in the region. Its digital OTT platform is one of the first in the region. It has been acquired by Georgia-based Adjara Group, which already has significant television operations in the region. This will make Adjara the largest provider of sports content in Eastern Europe.
Setanta Sports Eurasia also has a unique OTT platform that is available in fourteen markets. The platform is available on a wide range of devices, including smart phones, tablets, and computers. It has more than 500 rugby matches per season. Its OTT service enables viewers to watch games live, on-demand, and on a delayed basis. It offers a wide selection of sports including ice hockey, soccer, and baseball.
It will launch in Estonia on 29 January 2020
Among its many channels, Setanta Sports has a knack for football. Their coverage includes the English Premier League, Italian Serie A, the Capital One Cup, and various national football cups. In addition, they provide UFC coverage, Formula E, and a wide range of other sports content.
Currently, the Setanta Sports Eurasia has a presence in thirteen post-Soviet states, with Russia being its only holdout. Its high-definition digital satellite and OTT service is available in at least two million homes. This makes it the largest sports television channel in the region. In addition to the set-top box, the channel also boasts a network of over 150 platform operators in the Ukraine.
Adjara Sports has already demonstrated expertise in building out an online OTT product, and will be able to leverage this knowledge to grow the company’s reach in the Ukrainian market. In other words, they will have a leg up on competitors such as Sky, who have failed to make the move to DTT.
The Adjara Media Group will add the Ukraine to their portfolio of 14 markets. The company has a proven track record in building out OTT and digital terrestrial networks, and has the right contacts to get the job done. In the meantime, the company has some great sports content to tap into, as well as some of the best sports talent in the business.