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Nile TV International is a public Egyptian television channel. It is the second Egyptian satellite television news network in Egypt, and the first Arab satellite channel to broadcast its programs in foreign languages; English, French, and formerly Hebrew.
Nile TV International is on four satellites, allowing for its transmission to reach the whole Arab world, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. Moreover, it is also as a terrestrial channel on the UHF band.
In July 2009, Nile TV International became formally part of the News Center of the Egyptian Radio and Television Union (ERTU), headed by Abdel-Latif el-Menawy.
|Nile Sport||Satellite TV from Egypt||Nilesat 101||Position: 7.0°W||Frequency: 11843 H||(Ku band)||27500 5/6||FTA|
Channel – satellite TV, Radio channel
Position – position of satellites on orbit
Frequency – the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit time
Band – electromagnetic spectrum, C band( 4 to 8 GHz), Ku band (11.2 GHz to 14.5 GHz)
SR – simbol rate, modulation rate
FEC – forward error correction, channel coding
Encryption – encrypted or free to air (FTA)
There used to be a two-hour daily Hebrew service. The broadcast could be viewed outside of Egyptian borders from 6:00 PM CAT to 8:00 PM CAT, and aimed to represent a pan-Arab view.
The channel’s current president is Sameh Ragaee, who was previously the president of Al-Nile Al-Akhbar (Nile News) Channel. He took the post in 2014. The former president, Dr. Mervat Mohsen, had to resign because of a mistake caused by the shift supervisor, who a documentary on former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi.