January 07, 2019 – Volume 15 – No. 4
MAY 6 - 9, 2019
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Washington, D.C.
New Year, New SATELLITE!

Lindsey Fuller
Show Director

From the SATELLITE and Via Satellite team, I’d like to wish you a Happy New Year!  Did you know that roughly only 8% of people actually keep their new year’s resolutions?  All too often, people set an “all-or-nothing” goal, and then fail to reach that goal, or even continue trying, after only a few weeks.  While January 1 is a great milestone to check-in with yourself and set goals to “re-invent” who you are or where you want to be, a much more successful approach is to make small adjustments that over time, add up to a big change... Read More

Sponsorship Opportunity

Want to really STAND OUT at SATELLITE 2019? Check out our menu of opportunities designed to set your company apart from the crowd. Looking for the ultimate platform to reveal your next big deal and/or product/service launch? The...

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Conference News

Happy New Year from all of us at SATELLITE! We’re super excited to kick off 2019 and announce dozens of new speakers that have confirmed their appearances on our upcoming program! SATELLITE 2019 kicks off on Monday, May 6...

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Satellite Executive of the Year 2018 Nominations are Open!

Do you know someone who deserves to win the Satellite Executive of the Year Award? Nominate them to be honored LIVE at SATELLITE 2019, Wednesday May 8 in Washington, DC and in the July 2019 issue of Via Satellite!

Deadline to apply is Friday, February 22, 2019!

Nominate Them Now!
Industry News

A Year of Evolution: Top 5 Satellite Trends in 2018

It has been a year of great change in the satellite industry. Evolving customer needs and requirements in 2018 have led to the need for fast-paced innovation from manufacturers and operators alike... [Read More]

Industry News

SATELLITE 2029: Women in Satellite Predict the Future

Go to any major satellite trade show, and you will see that the audience is still predominantly male. While things are changing, the change is slow. But, as we look out to SATELLITE 2029, we ask a number of women in the satellite industry what… [Read More]