Grand Prix - Live coverage of Formula One racing

Without a doubt Formula One Grand Prix Motor Racing is one of the most popular televised sports around the world. Unfortunately for viewers of terrestrial and cable television in Australia the sport often takes a second place to other programing. Diehard Formula One fans need not settle for delayed coverage of the race late at night, a number of digital satellite stations available in Australia and New Zealand offer live coverage of both days of qualifying action as well as the race itself. Read more ...
Earth TV - The live global video-cam network

Most people are familiar with the concept of a web-cam on the Internet; a static image that is updated frequently. Unfortunately web-cams often only present a low resolution image which may only be updated every thirty to sixty seconds. A dramatic improvement on the web-cam concept is the Earth TV Network, a series of un-manned, live, high quality video cameras that pan and zoom across some of the most interesting views on the planet. Read more ...
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BBC World - Unlocking the hidden features

If you work in the software industry you may be aware of hidden features that are often embedded in a program's code. These features, sometimes called "easter eggs", are only accessed by performing a series of non-intuitive steps. The free-to-air feed of BBC World on the Panamsat 2 and Panamsat 8 satellites contain more than just the regular English language program, the signal also contains a hidden behind-the-scenes audio feed from the BBC World control room. Read more ...
World Radio Network - the global radio alternative

WRN, The World Radio Network was established in London by three former BBC Senior Staff, namely  Karl Miosga, Jim Ashburner, and Jeff Cohen. Jeff was a keen shortwave listener since childhood, and he had the initial idea of a satellite radio network that could present the best output of the world's shortwave broadcasters to a much wider non-technical oriented audience. Read more ...
Satdirectory is all about guiding you to interesting and exotic media that can be received by back-yard dishes in Australia and New Zealand. Profiles of selected free-to-air satellite broadcasters  are regularly added here to complement the DVD-ROM content on the Satdirectory DVDs. Visit this page frequently to see the latest media offerings.
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