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Satellite sector revenue to grow 6% in 2010

Wednesday 28 July 2010 | 17:05 CET | News
The fixed satellite sector grew both in terms of transponder demand by 5.3 percent and revenue reaching USD 10.3 billion in 2009, according to a study by Euroconsult. The company maintains a positive outlook for the future of the industry. Television broadcasting and emerging markets continue to be the primary growth drivers, with satellite broadband service systems contributing to growth as well. Despite these positive results, growth last year was still somewhat constrained, compared to record revenue growth in 2008, due to modest capacity additions, high fill rates and the impact of the

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Arabsat / DirecTV / Eutelsat / Intelsat / SingTel / Spacecom
Countries: World
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