The Al-Kafeel Center for Artistic Production and Live Broadcast of the Department of Intellectual and Cultural Affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, announced that dozens of the satellite channels from inside and outside Iraq have and are benefitting from the satellite broadcast frequency provided free and without logo [clean] to broadcast the rituals of Ashura in the two holy shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and his brother Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them) and the square between both of them in the holy city of Karbala.
The director of the center, Mr. Bashir Al-Tajer, said: "Every day, we see a clear technical progress of the broadcast issued by Al-Kafeel center, as a result of the experience gained by broadcasters from photographers or directors and their supporting teams, in addition to the equipment and devices we own. All these things have led to the output of a broadcast in a high-quality image with standards that fit with the needs of satellite channels and meet their wishes, so the clean broadcast frequency, which is provided open and free of charge, is largely demanded by several satellite channels that want to broadcast rituals of such Ziyarat of millions, or channels that need reports of these rituals, which record it to cut clips of it to use it in their programs. "
He said: "The satellite frequency of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine makes the satellite channels spare their efforts as they used to send their direct transmission wheels and staff to the area, but now they can receive the live broadcast without any fatigue or hardship and has the freedom to act as it deems appropriate."
It is to note that the Center has its own special frequency that it provides free of charge according to a predeveloped program that it announces it accordingly. The frequency is according to the data listed below:
SAT: INTELSAT 902 @ 62 ° E
HD / MPEG-4
The center also explained that it is possible to follow up or upload the live broadcast through the live broadcast window on YouTube:
Or live streaming via Facebook:
For more information, call the Broadcast Control number (009647706007187).