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SAT-7 “Jesus is Risen” Flashmob Video Wins First Prize at CEVMA Film Festival – SAT-7 Press Release

** It’s hard to imagine the impact that a Christian Musical Flashmob might have in the Middle East – even in a country like Lebanon that has a relatively large Christian population. But SAT-7 did help organise one and just … Continue reading

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SAT-7 Audience Relations gets a make-over

If you’ve been following my blog in the last few months you will know that one of the biggest projects I’ve been working on has been the implementation of a new Audience Relations system that will improve the service we … Continue reading

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SAT-7: A Work in Progress

It’s tempting to try to “big-up” the work of SAT-7, to give a public face that everything is perfect and that we are totally effective in every area. Of course that isn’t the case; like every organisation there is much … Continue reading

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SAT-7 Audience Relations System: Are we nearly there yet?

Well, we’re not out of the woods yet, but the end is in sight! After much work, the new Audience Relations system is nearly ready for prime time. As go-live approaches (at the start of April) we are getting excited … Continue reading

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Audience Relations Project looking Great!

For the last 2 months we have been beavering away working on the new SAT-7 Audience Relations Management System (SARMS) that will massively improve our dialogue with viewers. The system, based on Salesforce.com, is now able to bring together emails, … Continue reading

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SAT-7 Audience Relations Project Update

Perhaps the biggest project that I am working on right now is the SAT-7 Audience Relations project. This is designed to help us give our viewers a better service when they get in touch with us (by whatever means) and … Continue reading

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TV any time, any where, any how?

The world is constantly changing around us. Just 20 years ago the World Wide Web did not exist for most of us. 15 years ago hardly anyone had a mobile phone. Yet today, those technologies are practically ubiquitous. My kids … Continue reading

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