Tag Archives: Broadcast systems

Helping SAT-7 TÜRK get the message out

Life seems to have been insanely busy in the last couple of months and as such my blog has suffered somewhat – so consider this something of a catch-up! Starting with my trip to Istanbul to visit the SAT-7 TURK … Continue reading

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A video tour of our Broadcast partner STN

At the end of 2010 we completely changed the way that SAT-7 managed its broadcasts by implementing new systems and outsourcing our Broadcast Center. Take a look at this video to learn about STN, our playout partner in Slovenia.

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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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It’s a SAT-7 Christmas!

I have a rule in our family that we don’t start talking about Christmas until after Bonfire night (that’s the 5th of November if you’re reading this blog and you aren’t British). I personally dislike all things Christmas whilst it … Continue reading

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Iranian Summer Time changes – aaargh!

Pub quiz question for you. How many hours is Iran ahead of the UK? Multi-choice: 2.5 hours, 3.5 hours, or 4.5 hours? (yes – the answer really does include a half hour!)  Would it surprise you to know that all … Continue reading

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SAT-7 Broadcast Transformation Project

During 2010 SAT-7 undertook a massive programme of change to put in place a new Broadcasting System that would lay a foundation for future growth as well as saving over $3.5 million over the next 5 years. One of the … Continue reading

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