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Grand Prix - Live coverage of Formula One racing

Without a doubt Formula One Grand Prix Motor Racing is one of the most popular televised sports around the world. Unfortunately for viewers of terrestrial and cable television in Australia the sport often takes a second place to other programing. Diehard Formula One fans need not settle for delayed coverage of the race late at night, a number of digital satellite stations available in Australia and New Zealand offer live coverage of both days of qualifying action as well as the race itself. Read more ...
Earth TV - The live global video-cam network

Most people are familiar with the concept of a web-cam on the Internet; a static image that is updated frequently. Unfortunately web-cams often only present a low resolution image which may only be updated every thirty to sixty seconds. A dramatic improvement on the web-cam concept is the Earth TV Network, a series of un-manned, live, high quality video cameras that pan and zoom across some of the most interesting views on the planet. Read more ...
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France Ô - Caribbean, African & Pacific voices in French

France Ô, a 24 hour, French language multicultural channel is one of the most watched channels here at the Satdirectory HQ. The station draws from programing produced by the various French overseas broadcast operations worldwide. France Ô presents the identity, personalities and culture of the overseas outposts to viewers in continental France as well as the wider French speaking community. Read more ...
NASA TV - Join the Shuttle crew as they return to space

The grounding of NASA's Space Shuttle fleet following the Columbia accident in 2003 is about to be lifted. NASA will return Space Shuttles to flight with the coming mission on the Shuttle Discovery. Free-to-air satellite television offers a detailed insight into spaceflight activities including shuttle missions via NASA Television. Around six hours before the launch the continuous mission coverage commences which extends right through until the mission ends some hours after the Shuttle landing. Read more ...
NASCAR - tune into live southern style entertainment

NASCAR stock car racing is arguably the lowest-tech type of motorsport on the planet. The cars run with big V8 engines that use pushrods and carburetors. Many detractors of NASCAR don't even consider it to be a legitimate sport, critics argue that NASCAR is simply repetitive driving of low-tech hotrods around an oval. Well that said, if you are looking for spectacular car accident entertainment you can't go past the NASCAR racing feeds live from the southern states of the USA on Panamsat 2. Read more ...
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MediaExplorer is all about guiding you to interesting and exotic media that can be received by back-yard dishes in Australia and New Zealand. Profiles of selected free-to-air satellite broadcasters  are regularly added here to complement the DVD-ROM content on the MediaExplorer DVDs. Visit this page frequently to see the latest media offerings.