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Title: Home2US  
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Subject: GTA Teleguam, AlphaStar, United States Satellite Broadcasting, Voom HD Networks, MusicAL
Collection: Companies Established in 2003, Digital Television, Direct Broadcast Satellite Services
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Industry Telecommunications
Founded November 2003
Headquarters Herndon, Virginia, USA
Area served
Products Direct Broadcast Satellite

Home2US Communications, Inc. is an open pay TV DBS platform. They offer broadcasting services on the SES-1 satellite (101°W) for ethnic viewers in the United States.


  • History 1
  • Services 2
  • Channels 3
    • Dutch 3.1
    • Polish 3.2
  • External links 4


Home2US was launched in 2003 and is a SatCom organization, which provides several services for broadcasters as well as cable operators. Its headquarters are located in Virginia.


  • Signal contribution from studios to uplink facility in the US
  • Distribution of signal via DTH platform on SES's SES-1 to cover North and South America
  • Distribution of signal to cable head ends
  • Signal encryption, using Viaccess, Irdeto or simulcrypt.
  • Fully functional web based SMS system with support for billing, collection, fulfillment, installation and support
  • Provisioning of end use satellite receive equipment for subscribers
  • Live call center for order entry and processing
  • Nationwide installation program to cover North and South America


Home2US currently offers channels and radio stations catering to the following ethnic groups:



♦ - These channels are Free-To-Air services

External links

  • Official site
  • UplinkStation: Home2US
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