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Record TV leaves Sky in favour of online service

by M6051008
Record TV Europa

Brazilian entertainment channel Record TV left Sky on 31st December.

As a result, Record TV Europa is recommending viewers to switch to its online service, available at recordtv.co.uk

This free-to-view live stream is available to web users in the UK, Ireland and Switzerland.

The removal from Sky UK comes just months after its main feed on Astra 19.2, primarily serving Austria, Germany, France and Spain was closed.

Viewers of the channel have written to Sky to complain about the withdrawal of the channel. Sky says the decision to leave was made by the broadcaster.

Founded in 1953, Record TV broadcasts to more than 150 countries on five continents.

  • At the time of publication, Record TV HD is still broadcasting via Astra 2G outside of Sky’s channel list. It can be accessed using Sky’s manual tuning function via the following parameters:
  • Frequency 11685 V, Symbol Rate 23000, FEC2/3, DVB-S2 -8PSK.
  • This service may be withdrawn at any time.

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