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ATN HD New Frequency on Al Yah 1 52.5°E

ATN HD New Frequency on Al Yah 1 52.5°E

ATN Cricket Plus is a Canadian English language Category B specialty channel owned by Asian Television Network (ATN). ATN Cricket Plus broadcasts programming related to the sport of cricket including live and tape-delayed matches and news and highlight series.

Channel Name ATN News (Afghanistan)
Satellite Name Al Yah 1 52.5°E
Frequency 12015 H
System DVB-S2/8PSK
Symbol Rate 27500

ATN Afghanistan New Frequency

Ariana ATN New Frequency On Insat-Hotbird 3B-Yahsat 1A

Channel Name : Ariana Television Network
Satellite : Hot Bird 13B
Position : 13.0E
Symbolrate : 11727 V 27500
Frequency : 11727
Polarity : Vertical
Symbole Rate : 27500
FEC : 3/4

Channel Name : Ariana TV
Satellite : YAHSAT 1A
Position : 52.0° East
Symbolrate : 10721 H 27500
Frequency : 10721
Polarity :Horizontal
Symbole Rate : 27500
FEC : 5/6

Channel Name : Ariana National
Satellite : Insat 3A
Position : 93.5°East
Symbolrate : 04141 V 05150
Frequency : 04141
Polarity : Vertical
Symbole Rate : 05150
Mode : Mpeg2

Channel Name : Ariana National Apganistan
Satellite : Hot Bird 13B
Symbolrate : 10723 H 29900
Frequency : 10723
Polarity : Horizontal
Symbole Rate : 29900
Mode : Mpeg2
FEC 3/4
V.Pid 1074
A.Pid 1274
SID 4674

Channel Name : Ariana National Apganistan
Satellite : Hot Bird 13B
Symbolrate : 11585 V 27500
Frequency : 11585
Polarity : Vertical
Symbole Rate : 27500


In April 2006, ATN was granted approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to launch a television channel called ATN – Asian Sports Network (ASN), described as “a national, English-language Category 2 pay television programming service devoted to the game of cricket. The service shall broadcast live cricket games from various venues around the world and shall showcase local cricket games. The service shall also broadcast discussions about the game of cricket.”

ATN announced on January 31, 2007 plans to launch the channel as ATN Cricket Plus, in a licensing partnership with DirectTV, who launched their own Cricket Plus channel in the United States in 2006 with Taj TV. The channel launched in February 2007 on Rogers Cable.

On September 25, 2012, ATN Cricket Plus’ broadcasting license to operate as a pay service was revoked at ATN’s request. The channel subsequently re-launched as a regular specialty service on June 17, 2012, under the following license: ATN – Asian Sports Network.

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