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November 7th, 2010

SES WORLD SKIES... Claiming Capacity (Content)

[SatBroadcasting(tm)] Extending a ten-year alliance, SES WORLD SKIES, a division of SES S.A. (Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG), has announced that Clear Channel has renewed capacity deals for 144 MHz on four satellites to deliver connectivity and content to subscribers and audiences nationwide.

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Under the agreements, Clear Channel has secured 46 MHz on SES-1, 36 MHz on AMC-8, 36 MHz on AMC-9 and 26 MHz on AMC-1 to offer a wide range of services, including radio broadcast and backhaul, Internet access, SNG and turnkey disaster recovery communications. Thousands of commercial radio stations across the U.S. use Clear Channel for satellite-delivered content, distribution, or emergency backup services. Television stations from coast to coast rely on Clear Channel’s 24/7 Network Operations center for SNG bandwidth to cover breaking news. Clear Channel’s satellite-delivered Internet access and disaster recovery services are experiencing significant growth on the SES WORLD SKIES fleet.