No. Look at the charts.so apart from the news feeds, there weren't any 24/7 affiliate feeds on Ku? (ABC, NBC, Fox, CBS, The WB and UPN) aside from NBC and PBS?
None.But what were the affiliates on the Ku side?
just that? but what about the ABC affiliate/SNG feeds on Telstar 4 Ku and G-Star 4, Fox SNG feeds on Telstar 5 Ku (before Echostar's Sky Vista DBS service resided on the dish), and the CBS & Chris-Craft TV News (UPN) feeds on G-Star 4? (I'm not sure what the G-Star 3 satellite had before it reached end of service in Sept. 1998).New York State Lottery, Oregon Education Network and NY Net. That's it.
You just said it. Feeds. They come. They go. Randomly. That's what happens, my dude.just that? but what about the ABC feeds on Telstar 4 Ku and G-Star 4, Fox feeds on Telstar 5 Ku (before Echostar's Sky Vista resided on the dish), CBS & Chris-Craft TV News (UPN) feeds on G-Star 4? (I'm not sure what the G-Star 3 satellite had before it reached end of service in Sept. 1998).
wait!, before I drive thru what about the G-Star 3 feeds before it reached end of service in Sept. 1998?
‘RCA’ Communications was long gone by 1997.+bill1 by the way Satcom K1 went out of service in late-June 1997. I'm not sure where the RCA Communications feed moved to, but I'm looking into that.
Me thinks this is the same guy bombarding Rick's with dumb questions. Fits the MO says been doing it for years, yet asks how many pixels in a satellite.
Just a troll. Think he came back as transponderman and is now gone also.
For sure he's not Transponderman (you mean Ricks guy, with that name?). That guy is just some other sort of nut. Their posting styles are NOTHING alike.
So the correct term would be "I'd like to know..." then, rather than "I need to know...". Ok, I can understand that.+NYDutch I need to know this information because it can't be found anywhere, plus it's part of my hobby (other than it being for research & archival purposes).