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South Africa based Homebrew Films has completed an Ultra HD 4K facilities upgrade at Atlantic Studios in Cape Town that relies on broadcast infrastructure products from Blackmagic Design, including the URSA Broadcast and ATEM 4 M/E Broadcast Studio 4K.
Pyramedia has contributed immensely to putting Abu Dhabi at the forefront as a potential vocation for regional film and TV production talent. CEO Nashwa Al Ruwaini talks about her company’s evolution, shifting production trends, and being a woman leader in the industry.
At AfricaCom 2018, Broadpeak and SENTECH will showcase its solution for multicast ABR technology for OTT multiscreen service delivery via DVB-T2 for the booming African OTT market.


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Red Bee Media CEO Steve Nylund speaks to Digital Studio ME about the need for managed services and shared infrastructure, the state of the broadcast industry and the major trends he noticed at IBC 2018.

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