Attention all Filipinos working or living abroad, or any citizen with family and friends living in the Philippines. They may get in touch with you wherever you are through satellite TV direct-to-home (DTH). All you need to do now is to prepare your 10-15 minute home-made video and send it to a server via the Internet. The IP address of the server where you can upload your video will be provided to you immediately once the launching of the new DTH business in the Philippines is finally done. To make sure that your family in the Philippines would be able to see your video, all they need to do is to buy the satellite receiving unit [Satellite Dish + Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD)] for just 4,500 to 5,500 pesos and pay the installation fee which cost them 800 to 1,500 pesos depending on the length of the cable. Having the DTH satellite receiving unit installed at home, they will also enjoy watching 10 local TV channels and five international TV channels plus some HD channels for FREE - no monthly subscriptions. Initially, that's the number of channels that they can watch plus your video that you can send at least twice a month. As the time goes by, the number of the TV channels that they can watch will increase up to 48 to 50 TV channels. So, if you are interested and want to know more about it, please kindly leave your comment below or simply send your inquiries to this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. About your video, you must understand and agree that the company that will bring it up (uplink) to its satellite has ultimate editorial control all over it. The company may edit, remove or exercise its discretion not to broadcast your video for legal, editorial or operational reasons including if the company considers it to be: a. defamatory, or otherwise unlawful or that it violates laws regarding harassment, discrimination, racial vilification, privacy or contempt; b. intentionally false or misleading; c. an infringement of intellectual property rights including copyright; d. abusive, offensive or obscene; e. inappropriate, off topic, repetitive or vexatious. For example the company reserves the right to reject any video that have been widely distributed in any other media. It also reserves the right to reject any video that the company considers it inappropriate; f. compromising the privacy of any person or containing inappropriate personal information; g. seeking to endorse commercial products or services; h. seeking to directly solicit donations; If you breach these rules, the company may block your account which allows you for your video upload. Thank you very much. God bless, Satellite Service Adviser
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