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TMCNet:  Eutelsat Communications H1 2012-2013 Interview with CEO Michel de Rosen

[February 14, 2013]

Eutelsat Communications H1 2012-2013 Interview with CEO Michel de Rosen

PARIS --(Business Wire)--

Eutelsat (News - Alert) Communications, one of the world's leading satellite operators, reports first-half results for fiscal 2012-2013. CEO Michel de Rosen comments on results and outlook.

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Topics covered in the interview include:

- Highlights of H1 results, focus on Video

- Data/Value-added services and Multi-usage

- Integration of acquired satellite EUTELSAT 172A

- Launch of two new satellites

- Commercial team developments

- Outlook current year and 3-years until 2015

About Eutelsat Communications

Eutelsat Communications is the holding company of Eutelsat S.A. (News - Alert) With capacity commercialised on 30 satellites delivering reach of Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia, significant parts of the Americas and the Asia-Pacific, Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL, ISIN code: FR0010221234) is one of the world's leading satellite operators. As of 31 December 2012 Eutelsat's satellites were broadcasting almost 4,500 television channels to over 200 million cable and satellite homes in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The Group's satellites also provide a wide range of services for TV contribution, corporate networks and fixed and mobile broadband markets. Headquartered in Paris, Eutelsat and its subsidiaries employ over 780 commercial, technical and operational professionals from 30 countries.

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