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BAG Films appoints Media Nucleus for airtime scheduling system

23-February-2008
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BAG Films appoints Media Nucleus for airtime scheduling system

BAG Films has appointed Media Nucleus to handle its airtime scheduling system for their existing and upcoming channels. This contract comes following the PTC News contract that was bagged by Media Nucleus for the same.

Commenting on the appointment, Shaikh Firoze, AVP-MIS & Technology, BAG Films and Media Ltd, said, “We decided to go with Media Nucleus because of their exemplary understanding of the broadcast domain and their background of experience with respect to broadcast technologies.”

“We are happy to be considered by BAG Films and Media, who have been pioneers in the media business. We look forward to providing them with world class broadcast solutions in their new broadcast venture,” said Santosh Nair, India Head-Operations and Sales, Media Nucleus.

The current businesses of Media Nucleus include Subscriber Management System for CAS/DTO/DTH, Broadcast Management and Traffic Scheduler Software, Rich Media services. The services are already live with three MSOs – 7Star, Home Digital in Mumbai and ICC Pune. Media Nucleus also has its presence in the Rich Media Encoding and Digitisation spectrum and has been working with Films Division, Whistling Woods, Amul India, NFDC and FTII.

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