Azercosmos has signed agreements with Kyrgyzian Ayan TV and Super TV channels on their commercial broadcasting over the Azerspace-1 satellite. Ayan TV and Super TV channels are being broadcast in the Central Asian countries via the Azerspace-1 starting from January 18. These channels broadcast daily political, social, economic, and cultural programs of Kyrgyzstan in Russian and Kyrgyz languages.
The frequency of Ayan TV and Super TV channels are: 11104/V/13000
Having a broad audience in Europe, Turkey’s Euro 90 TV channel has started airing through the European beam of Azerspace-1. Euro 90 TV transmits the news on health, entertainment, and politics from Europe and around the world in Turkish and English.
The frequency of Euro 90 TV channel is: 11095/H/30000
Azercosmos operates Azerspace-1 and provides highly-reliable broadband and broadcast solutions to its customers in Europe, Africa, Middle East, the Caucasus, and Central Asia. The satellite was launched in February of 2013 and is equipped with 24 C-band transponders and 12 Ku-band transponders and is located at 46° East. In December of 2014, Azercosmos acquired the rights to operate and commercialize Azersky, a high resolution (1.5 m imagery products) optical EO satellite and entered into the commercial business of EO services, including Geo-Information services. The strategic development plans of the company included enhancing the coverage area and spectrum of satellite services. For this purpose, in 2018, Azercosmos launched its second telecommunications satellite, Azerspace-2, in a geostationary orbit at 45° East.