This first-of-a-kind format on a South Asian TV channel launching on September 23 and hosted by Cyrus Sahukar (in pic), will have families as participants over 10 weeks.
The Chairman of Shock Middle East explains how his team equipped the three stations of Dance 97.8, Heart 107.1 and Radio Hala 95.6 with the digital arsenal to overcome barriers of terrestrial borders and devices.
Lebanon-headquartered OTT solutions provider ITWorksME speaks to BroadcastPro ME on designing, customising and deploying an online platform for Saudi Broadcasting Corporation in time for Ramadan.
The Arab States Broadcasting Union demonstrated unprecedented cloud access to MENA broadcasters, big and small at the annual Arab Radio & TV Festival held in Tunis. A first-hand account from Tunis.
Speakers on the legal panel at the BroadcastPro ME's Anti-Piracy Conference held on May 2, in Dubai's Ritz Carlton Hotel, advocated more engagement with governments and courts, not less.
Panellists concluded BroadcastPro ME’s inaugural Anti-Piracy Conference with a call for consistent deployment of technology and the creation of a centralised registry for MENA content ownership.
Ron Downey, CEO at Massive, identifies the stand-out OTT trends in the market and urges operators to deliver a tailored experience to the end user.
The free-to-air broadcaster's programmes are now accessible to a much larger audience through its partnership with SES and MX1. YOL TV content is available via satellite only at Astra 19.2 Degrees East.
New artificial intelligence capabilities will dig deeper into the decision-making realm freeing the industry to create engaging content, writes Glodina Lostanlen of Imagine Communications. The media industry has traditionally been technology-driven. We still see this. Recently the talk has all been...
The true end goal of the transition to IP in broadcast is to gain the flexibility, efficiency and cost savings that the larger IT industry can provide, writes Will Waters of NewTek.
We speak to the team at systems integrator ARET that custom-built the 3G HD OB van for Sharjah TV.
Hala 95.6 FM, Shock Middle East’s third radio station is designed to cater to a youthful, Arabic-speaking audience in the UAE.
The move to HEVC will be cost-saving and result in consumer satisfaction, writes Anthonypillai Stanislous of Rohde & Schwarz.
Colourist Belal Hibri recounts the grading journey for "The Insult", the landmark film that earned Lebanon its very first Oscar nomination.
Award-winning filmmakers and a celebrity YouTuber join the Canon panel to discuss factors that determine their choice of camera.
While security issues linger and the fear of job losses lurks outside boardrooms, participants at a roundtable hosted by BroadcastPro ME in conjunction with cloud specialist Amagi, agreed cloud adoption was the way forward in the MENA region.
Current data management technology has made multipoint content synchronisation a set-and-forget convenience, writes Keith Lissak, Senior Director, M&e solutions Marketing at Quantum.
BroadcastPro ME visited the Shure headquarters in Chicago recently and came back with a deeper understanding of what goes into the making of wireless systems.
Organised by BroadcastPro ME in conjunction with Rohde & Schwarz, the roundtable was titled: IP-based broadcast contribution – revolution or evolution?
The annual Arab HDTV and Beyond Group gathered under the ASBU umbrella to discuss the status of new technology adoption including HDTV across the MENA region.