After a brief hiatus, it appears that Apple’s QuickTime Webcast page for Steve Jobs’ upcoming Macworld Expo keynote page is back online.
Macworld Conference & Expo conference start today, but many attendees and Mac users around the world are looking forward to Tuesday’s keynote to see what announcement Apple brings to the event, now in its 20th year.
While attendees with conference badges will be able to see the keynote in person, those not fortunate enough to be present can also view Jobs’ keynote using QuickTime and MPEG-4. Jobs is expected to take the stage at 9AM Pacific Time on January 6, so if you won’t be there in person, make sure to bookmark the page.
For users or institutions that have access to satellite reception, Apple has also provided satellite coordinates for the keynote broadcast:
Ku-band Analog: Galaxy 3C Transponder 18 K; Orbital Slot: 95 degrees West; Downlink Frequency: 12050 MHz; Polarity: Horizontal down; Bandwidth: 27 MHz; Audio Subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8.
C-band Analog: Galaxy 11 Transponder 08 C; Orbital Slot: 91 degrees West; Downlink Frequency: 3860 MHz; Polarity: Vertical down; Bandwidth: 36 MHz; Audio Subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8.
This article was updated with satellite broadcast coordinates.