Company Overview of Echostar Satellite Broadcasting Corporation
Echostar Satellite Broadcasting Corporation designs, manufactures, distributes, and markets DBS set-top boxes, antennae, digital equipment, direct-to-home uplink center design, construction oversight, and project integration services, delivery of video, audio, and data services to business television customers and satellite users. The company’s satellite services include satellite uplink services and satellite transponder space usage. Echostar Satellite Broadcasting Corporation was formerly known as EchoStar Bridge Corporation. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Littleton, Colorado. Echostar Satellite Broadcasting Corporation operates as a subsidiary of EchoStar DBS Corp.
5701 South Santa Fe
Littleton, CO 80120
Founded in 1996
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