Japan Satellite Television (日本語衛星放送, ジャパンサテライトテレビ Nihongo Eisei Hōsō,) is a Japanese broadcaster in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Launched in March 1990 and broadcasting from London, the channel initially broadcast for two hours each night from 8pm (GMT) on the Lifestyle transponder 5 on the Astra 1A satellite in analogue format (frequency 11.273 MHz, time-sharing with The Children's Channel, Lifestyle and The Lifestyle Satellite Jukebox). Later on 3 June 1991, it started using transponder 24 on Astra 1B, at frequency 11.567 MHz for 11 hours a day, using the Videocrypt II encryption (time-sharing with The Children's Channel and later with CMT Europe). It eventually moved to transponder 53 (frequency 10.773) to broadcast 24 hours a day. Analogue transmissions for JSTV on Astra c

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  • Japan Satellite Television (日本語衛星放送, ジャパンサテライトテレビ Nihongo Eisei Hōsō,) is a Japanese broadcaster in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Launched in March 1990 and broadcasting from London, the channel initially broadcast for two hours each night from 8pm (GMT) on the Lifestyle transponder 5 on the Astra 1A satellite in analogue format (frequency 11.273 MHz, time-sharing with The Children's Channel, Lifestyle and The Lifestyle Satellite Jukebox). Later on 3 June 1991, it started using transponder 24 on Astra 1B, at frequency 11.567 MHz for 11 hours a day, using the Videocrypt II encryption (time-sharing with The Children's Channel and later with CMT Europe). It eventually moved to transponder 53 (frequency 10.773) to broadcast 24 hours a day. Analogue transmissions for JSTV on Astra ceased on 31 October 2001. The channel currently broadcasts in DVB-S on , encrypted in Cryptoworks and Conax, except some programmes, and broadcasts programs of NHK, Fuji TV, TV Tokyo and other main Japanese broadcasters. News programs are mostly direct and Live from the original broadcaster, however several other programs such as Anime and Variety shows are not up to date. Not all programs are encrypted; "NHK News 7", "News Watch 9" and some English programs are broadcast free-to-air. JSTV consists of two channels: JSTV1 which broadcasts TV programmes approximately 20 hours a day and JSTV2 which broadcasts TV programmes 24 hours a day. (en)
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  • Japan Satellite Television (日本語衛星放送, ジャパンサテライトテレビ Nihongo Eisei Hōsō,) is a Japanese broadcaster in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Launched in March 1990 and broadcasting from London, the channel initially broadcast for two hours each night from 8pm (GMT) on the Lifestyle transponder 5 on the Astra 1A satellite in analogue format (frequency 11.273 MHz, time-sharing with The Children's Channel, Lifestyle and The Lifestyle Satellite Jukebox). Later on 3 June 1991, it started using transponder 24 on Astra 1B, at frequency 11.567 MHz for 11 hours a day, using the Videocrypt II encryption (time-sharing with The Children's Channel and later with CMT Europe). It eventually moved to transponder 53 (frequency 10.773) to broadcast 24 hours a day. Analogue transmissions for JSTV on Astra c (en)
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