JSC Channel One Russia, a premiere Russian-language television broadcaster with more than 250 million viewers in 190 countries, has selected ATEME’s contribution technology to support its international TV content exchange.
Thanks to a grant from Indonesia’s Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT), schoolchildren in Asmat, Papua now have access to reliable high-speed broadband. Local systems integrator Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN) selected Newtec’s Dialog platform to deliver Internet access to the underserved rural population and surrounding areas.
In the world of B2B media transport, there’s little question that packet-based IP delivery is the preferred method for moving audio and video files. This has enabled broadcasters and program distributors to pay less for bandwidth while giving them the ability to produce live events by remote.
TVU’s broadcast TV focus tightens on breaking news and studio-based remote production.
Hiltron announces the completion of a satellite downlink system for Ireland’s national public service broadcaster, Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTE). The new resource consists of a 3.7 metre antenna, an HMAM motorised antenna mount and HACU controller. It will be used as a Ku band link receiving video and audio data from multiple sources.
Arirang TV, a Seoul, Korea-based public service broadcaster—which provides a mix of English language news, cultural programs, educational shows and documentaries—was the first Korean channel available to Sky viewers in the UK. The network is now launching a new HD channel on Sky’s satellite platform in the UK and Ireland with the help of satellite bandwidth provider Globecast.