ORTM New Biss Key all Satellite

ORTM New Biss Key all Satellite

ORTM New Biss Key Code on Eutelsat 9B & Ka-Sat 9A at 9.0°E & Intelsat 37e at 18.0°W, Malian broadcasting began in 1957 as a one kilowatt radio station called Radio Soudan in Bamako, then administrative center of the French colony of French Soudan. After independence in 1960, Radio Nationale du Mali (Radio-Mali) began broadcasting from la maison de la Radio in the Bozola neighbourhood of Bamako. Technical abilities were bolstered with Czech transmitters ranging from 18 to 30 kilowatts in 1962.

In 1970, the Chinese government constructed four 50 kW radio transmitters about 7 km from Bamako, towards Kati, enabling Radio Mali to reach much of West Africa. On 22 September 1983, a Libyan financed television broadcast centre was opened in Bamako, enabling RTM to broadcast one channel of colour television.[2] French and German grant programmes between 1984 and 1990 enabled news and reporting to expand, with regional stations opening in Ségou (1986), Koulikoro (1989), Sikasso (1990) and Mopti (1993). In 1992, a second national broadcast radio network (Chiffre II) was added.

On 5 October 1992, the Malian government split off the RTM according to Law 92-021, from direct government control, becoming a publicly financed, independently run entity (an Etablissement Public à Caractère Administratif (EPA) . This was part of the national liberalisation process, moving the nation to the Third Malian Republic. Private broadcasters were legalised, and RTM was reorganised as the ORTM on 1 January 1993. ORTM was seized by National Committee for the Restoration of Democracy and State (CNRDR) forces on 21 March 2012 as part of the 2012 Malian coup d’état. A thousand-person protest was held on 26 March, chanting Down with Sanogo and Liberate the ORTM

RTM Radio and television broadcast news and information programming, light entertainment (both foreign and domestic), music and sport. Most national broadcasts are in French, with several hours of Bambara language programming, as well as regional broadcasting in other languages. Emission Hebdomadaire d’Information, the weekly ORTM news magazine, has been broadcasting each Sunday at noon since 1998, and is anchored by Manga Dembélé and Youssouf Touré. A daily news program is broadcast twice daily. Chiffre II radio network is simulcast on the OTRM website, while television broadcasts are carried on regional satellite. ORTM television regularly broadcasts local sport, mostly Malien Première Division football matches, to an eager audience at least three days a week.

Satellite:Eutelsat 9B & Ka-Sat 9A at 9.0°E
Transponder:12034 V 27500
System:DVB-S2 / 8PSK
Symbol Rate:27500
Group: F

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