pacific
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 ...
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 ...
Tahiti - Experience the lure of the Polynesian islands

Spectacular mountain peaks tower over dense rainforests of soft ferns and bright tropical flowers that reach down to white or black sand beaches. Sounds inviting doesn't it? French Polynesia's leading television and radio channels are an easy catch for satellite dish owners in Australia and New Zealand. Tahiti is perhaps the ultimate "laid back" virtual travel destination for the armchair explorer. Read more ...
France Ô - Caribbean, African & Pacific voices in French

France Ô, a 24 hour, French language multicultural channel is one of the most watched channels here at the Satdirectory HQ. The station draws from programing produced by the various French overseas broadcast operations worldwide. France Ô presents the identity, personalities and culture of the overseas outposts to viewers in continental France as well as the wider French speaking community. Read more ...
Television New Zealand - Kiwi news for Antarctica?

A feed of Television New Zealand's TV One News has become a welcome addition to the free-to-air television offerings to be found on Panamsat 2. The feed is not intended for direct-to-home viewing, in fact the exact reason why the 6PM nightly news from Auckland is being transmitted across the Asia-Pacific is yet to be confirmed by us here at Satdirectory. Some satellite viewers have conjectured that the daily broadcast is intended for the inhabitants of New Zealand's Antarctica outpost, Scott Base.  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.
profiles of pacific broadcasters
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Satellite and microwave monitoring of Australian Air Traffic Control

There is a lot more to satellite monitoring than just watching television from around the world. Why not take a break from the usual satellite television offerings to monitor air traffic (in Australia) via both satellite and microwave. Read more ...
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WorldSpace Satellite Radio - listen outside the footprint

Satellite radio is set to revolutionise the delivery of radio programing throughout North America. Both the XM and Sirius networks are finding there is a strong demand for radio delivered across the continent. Europe also looks like it will follow the trend. Even Africa and Asia have access to satellite radio services, but alas here in Australia this media revolution looks as if it is destined to just by-pass us. Australia is always notoriously slow to adopt new media delivery technologies. But as usual there is a way for the those who are motivated to join in the fun.. Read more ...
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