PanAmSat transmits 2006 World Cup action in HD to Latin America

June 15, 2006

PanAmSat is delivering the 2006 World Cup to every major Latin American broadcaster for their standard and high-definition channels across the continent. The PanAmSat fleet is transmitting 31 full days of world-class matches from Europe to soccer fans across Latin America.

The PAS-9, PAS-3R and PAS-1R video distribution satellites are providing multiple paths of game coverage throughout Central and South America. For coverage of the event to Latin America and the U.S. Spanish-speaking market, PanAmSat will be supporting a number of rightsholders, including Televisa, TV Azteca and Univision.

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