Satellite Pro Middle East is a periodic supplement from CPI Media Group aimed at covering the cable TV, satellite and related
markets in the Middle East.
With space and satellite technologies having a huge impact on not just broadcast but other vertical markets including oil and gas, telecommunications, military and aviation sectors as well as new media platforms, this industry is now ready to support its own publication with a dedicated readership across the region, from satellite vendors to leasers, content providers, cable TV operators, set top box manufacturers, security vendors, governments and governmental agencies, and the oil and gas sector.
This supplement will focus on the entire satellite value chain from leasing of satellite space to content delivery, the hardware and software, with product news, technology updates, interviews with leading players and case studies of regional satellite deployment. In this increasingly competitive and complex sector, our readers are eager to learn about the latest developments and investigate new products and services.
Satellite Pro Middle East is the ideal vehicle for your marketing message to reach your key audience. Satellite Pro Middle East is published from Dubai and will be circulated to all parts of the Middle East and North Africa. Besides targeting several vertical markets, we will include this as a supplement along with Broadcast Pro Middle East.Broadcast Pro Middle East is a monthly publication covering television and radio broadcasting technology as well as filmmaking trends in the Arab world. The magazine focuses on the entire broadcast chain from content acquisition and editing to media asset management, and playout and transmission across both traditional and new media platforms.
Broadcast Pro Middle East brings readers the most significant stories from the market either by way of news, market trends, product reviews, case studies or industry updates to enable regional media players to identify technology opportunities that they must utilise to remain successful in an increasingly competitive media environment.
(1959 – 2015)