The Transponder Specifications for the Record TV Channel

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The Transponder Specifications for the Record TV Channel
Record TV is carried on a number of satellites globally. (satellite dish image by Pix by Marti from Fotolia.com)

Record TV (or TV Record in Portuguese) is a Portuguese-language satellite channel broadcast by TV Record Internacional out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Its programming is primarily made up of Brazilian comedy shows and novelas, in addition to dubbed rebroadcasts of American network television shows. Record TV is carried on satellites globally. In the Western Hemisphere, it is transmitted via Intelsat 907, Atlantic Bird 1 and NSS 806.

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Intelsat 907

On Intelsat 907, Record TV is carried as Record Internacional Europa on transponder 25, at a frequency of 4,048MHz. This signal covers all of South American and the Eastern U.S.

Atlantic Bird 1

Record Internacional Europa is on Atlantic Bird 1's transponder D5, broadcast at a frequency of 11,622MHz. The satellite's range covers all of North and South America.

NSS 806

Record TV is carried as Record Internacional USA-Canadá on NSS 806, transponder 27, at a frequency of 4,137MHz. This signal may be received by satellite dishes throughout South and Central America, and the Southeastern two-thirds of North America.

DISH Network

Although DISH Network subscribers don't need to adjust for specific transponders and frequencies, DISH Network does carry Record TV via the EchoStar 15 and Amik F3 satellites. DISH Network broadcasts Record International on channel 815, which may be purchased as part of its Elite or Brasil Mais Brazilian-language packages.

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