Edgy TV Selects Arkena for the Launch of Their European Channel

Canadian online magazine “Edwige Magazine”, aimed at working women around the world, has chosen Arkena, a European digital services provider dedicated to the media, for the launch of their TV channel in Europe.

With interviews, reports, documentaries on music, fashion, beauty, decoration or current trends, Edgy TV offers programs with diverse and varied themes to women, from 20 to 55, mixing all the cultural differences that accompany them and enrich their daily lives. On December 1, 2017, the media group launched the Edgy TV channel on the Luxembourgish bouquet POST Télécom, the country's leading telecommunications services operator.

On this occasion, the group relied on Arkena’s Content Management services for the preparation and homogenisation of a hundred hours of programs (transcoding, storage, security ...), allowing the channel to immediately access their content and to anticipate their program schedule for the weeks and months to come.

Edgy TV also used Arkena's Playout services, with the support of their technical teams, to air their programs, providing the Luxembourgish operator with a broadcast signal of the highest quality. The TV channel will continue to expand in Europe, with other telecom operators, contributing to expand their influence on the old continent.

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