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CanalSat Calédonie

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CanalSat Calédonie

CanalSat Calédonie, originally called Canal Satellite Nouvelle-Calédonie, is a satellite provider based in the Overseas French Department of New Caledonia, It was launched in 1999 to distribute satellite television to the region. It offered 48 Channels and 4 radio Stations. It broadcasts using the Intelsat 701 Satellite at 180 degrees East.

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  • Channels 1
    • Canal+ 1.1
    • France Télévisions 1.2
    • General entertainment 1.3
    • Cinéma 1.4
      • Adult 1.4.1
    • Sport 1.5
    • Children's 1.6

Channels

Canal+

France Télévisions

General entertainment

Cinéma

Adult

Sport

Children's

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