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Broadcast - In Brief

- Jo De Loor, Product Manager at Newtec  gives you in this 3.5 minutes video a complete overview and what you can expect of the Newtec Sat3Play platform, including the: S3P IP Broadband HubIP Satellite Modems,  the MDM2200 and MDM3100 Matching Outdoor Unit (ODU) portfolio (BUC’s, iLNB’s, LNB’s, antennas) both for MDM2200 and MDM3100

The “Wikileaks of Africa” has a web channel, SaharaTV

The “Wikileaks of Africa” has a web channel, SaharaTV. Its YouTube channel has 31,025 subscribers and 9,521,610 views.

Source: saharareporters.tv

AfricaCast Multi-network Forum Expert Q&A

Monday’s AfricaCast Twitter Q&A was a huge success, and the participants – Steve Christian, VP Marketing, Verimatrix, Anton Smith, CEO Hambisana and Nick Ruczaj, VP Business Development EMEA Vubiquity – have agreed to contribute a blog post here at IP&TV covering some of the main themes in a little more depth than 140 characters really allow…

Source: iptv-news Thomas Campbell November 6 2013

CCTV works with Globecast to deliver French-Language channel to West African viewers

Globecast announced that it has signed a new contract with longtime customer China Central Television (CCTV), the state broadcaster of China. Under the latest agreement, Globecast will deliver CCTV-français, the network's French-language channel, on the SES-4 platform to West African viewers as part of Canalsat, a package of more than 130 channels, radio stations, and services. Canalsat is operated by CANAL+ Afrique, the leading pay-TV bouquet for the region.

Source: GlobeCastSource: November 20 2013

Canal+ Group adds a million subscribers, good performances in Africa

Canal+ Group said that as of the end of September its total portfolio reached almost 14 million subscribers, up by a million year-on-year, following last year’s Polish merger between its Cyfra+ unit and TVN Group’s ‘n’ pay TV platform.

Announcing its results for the first nine months of 2013, Canal+ parent company Vivendi said that Canal+ Group’s growth was also helped by “good performances” in Africa and Vietnam.

Source: igitaltveurope - November 15 2013

Broadcast - In Brief

- Jo De Loor, Product Manager at Newtec  gives you in this 3.5 minutes video  a complete overview and what you can expect of the Newtec Sat3Play platform, including the:
S3P IP Broadband HubIP Satellite Modems,  the MDM2200 and MDM3100
Matching Outdoor Unit (ODU) portfolio (BUC’s, iLNB’s, LNB’s, antennas) both for MDM2200 and MDM3100

The “Wikileaks of Africa” has a web channel, SaharaTV

The “Wikileaks of Africa” has a web channel, SaharaTV. Its YouTube channel has 31,025 subscribers and 9,521,610 views.

AfricaCast Multi-network Forum Expert Q&A

Monday’s AfricaCast Twitter Q&A was a huge success, and the participants – Steve Christian, VP Marketing, Verimatrix, Anton Smith, CEO Hambisana and Nick Ruczaj, VP Business Development EMEA Vubiquity – have agreed to contribute a blog post here at IP&TV covering some of the main themes in a little more depth than 140 characters really allow…

IP&TV: What evidence do you see of African pay TV operators introducing video services in places where historically it has not been possible?

Source: iptv-news Thomas Campbell 6 November 2013

CCTV works with Globecast to deliver French-Language channel to West African viewers

Globecast announced that it has signed a new contract with longtime customer China Central Television (CCTV), the state broadcaster of China. Under the latest agreement, Globecast will deliver CCTV-français, the network's French-language channel, on the SES-4 platform to West African viewers as part of Canalsat, a package of more than 130 channels, radio stations, and services. Canalsat is operated by CANAL+ Afrique, the leading pay-TV bouquet for the region.

Source: 2013Source: GlobeCastSource: November 20

Canal+ Group adds a million subscribers, good performances in Africa

Canal+ Group said that as of the end of September its total portfolio reached almost 14 million subscribers, up by a million year-on-year, following last year’s Polish merger between its Cyfra+ unit and TVN Group’s ‘n’ pay TV platform.

Announcing its results for the first nine months of 2013, Canal+ parent company Vivendi said that Canal+ Group’s growth was also helped by “good performances” in Africa and Vietnam.

Source: digitaltveurope - November 15 2013
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