Amazon tried an unique marketing technique to get more eyeballs (or eyestalks) on a brand-new Prime Video program: it beamed the very first episode of sci-fi series Night Sky out of Earths environment. The company managed the stunt previously today for what its calling “the first-ever intergalactic best for a TV series.”
Satellite services business SES and Intelsat utilized their ground stations and geostationary satellites to send out the episode beyond the reach of our planet. Prime Video kept in mind in a news release that the transmission wont be caught by broadcast satellites and sent out back to terra firma, as is typically the case. “Theoretically, this makes the broadcast available to anybody open up to receiving satellite signals 384,000 kilometers away from Earth and beyond– the comparable distance from Earth to the Moon,” it said.
Prime Video claims its not only the very first streaming service to send its content to area, however it marks the “farthest distance that a TV series has been deliberately distributed.” The episode was transferred utilizing Ku- and C-band frequencies, which are often utilized for satellite television, media circulation and interactions. So if theres anybody or anything out there with the best gear, theyll have the ability to capture the very first episode of what seems like an appealing series.
Night Sky premiered on Prime Video today. It focuses around a couple (played by Sissy Spacek and JK Simmons) whove been concealing a trick for years: theres a chamber buried in their backyard that links to a deserted world. Whatever changes when a young male (who they believe might be an alien) enters their lives.
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