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Jul 28 2010

Freesat has been announced as a finalist for the 2010 National Business Awards in partnership with Orange, the UK’s most prestigious independent business honours.

The subscription-free digital satellite TV service is in the running to win The Excellence in Marketing Award, for the success achieved around its recent World Cup in HD campaign in the lead up to this year’s tournament.

More than 150 of the UK’s most innovative businesses have been shortlisted for the awards with Freesat competing against nine others in its category.

Winners will be unveiled at a ceremony taking place at London’s Grosvenor House hotel on 9th November.

8 Responses to “Freesat Makes Finals Of National Business Awards”

  1. aybeeseaa Says:

    Congratulations Freesat. Let’s hope you win!!!

    ABC

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  2. david Says:

    congratulations Freesat really
    if then u give choice to add sky sports at 20£ per month best ever decoder :)

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  3. Paul S Watts Says:

    @david

    Are you mad?

    If anyone wanted $ky from the Dirty Digger stable – go pay them on another platform and not from FREESAT.

    Regards

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  4. Robert Hudson Says:

    @ david

    Yes r u mad!!! if u want to, go to BT Vision! (cheeper), I FOR ONE would not pay that.

    I am all for paying for pfv but not @ £20.

    F*** Sky. even if it was FREE. ROBERS.

    BRG Rob

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  5. David Austin Says:

    Well done to Freesat – hope this raises the profile of the service and prompts more channels (especially HD) to come on board. Success begets success.

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  7. Alan Says:

    Sadly a lot of these ‘awards’ are like this one where you have to enter to win…all a bit odd really…the company I work for entered a local one and won it…good for marketing but has no real meaning.

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  8. Lee B Says:

    I see ITV are thinking about launching a paytv service now, as a shareholder in Freesat I can see the service going this way, at least for extra or some HD channels.

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