DSC to host 8 partners at Cabsat stand
Dubai, March 1, 2010
Dubai Studio City (DSC), the dedicated film and broadcast production free zone, will host eight business partners at its pavilion during Cabsat Mena 2010, a premier digital media and cable and satellite communications event.
The 16th edition of Cabsat Mena will open tomorrow (March 2) at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre to run until March 4.
The business partners will include Tower Media (Al Aan TV), First Media (Sama TV), Broadcast Middle East (Pharsi 1), National Broadcast Centre (Decision Makers TV), NDTV Middle East Ventures, Emotion, Omnio Technology and Media Nucleus.
“The Middle East broadcasting industry is now looking at new technologies to drive towards a fully-integrated digital broadcasting platform,” said Jamal Al Sharif, executive director, Dubai Studio City, a member of Tecom Investments.
“The move for enhanced digital broadcasting standards will eventually bring down operational costs and make services more competitive by offering an improved consumer experience,” he added.
Cabsat Mena is expected to attract hundreds of exhibitors and trade visitors from the US, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Held concurrently is the Satellite MENA Exhibition that aims to be the industry networking platform to explore business opportunities, formulate strategies and create partnerships for video, voice, data and IP communications over satellite.
The Cabsat Mena 2010 Broadcasting Conference will address key issues including ways to provide higher value in the market and meet the growing needs of the audience, both from within the Mena and other parts of the world.
The conference will provide a platform for broadcasters and allied industry players to share experiences on HD services, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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