EchoStar readies DTH system for Canada

Vlessing, Etan
October 1995
Hollywood Reporter;10/3/95, Vol. 339 Issue 12, pI-5
Trade Publication
Reports that EchoStar Satellite Corp. has unveiled plans to launch a direct-to-home satellite service in partnership with Direct Choice Television.


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