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SCTE India launches new Technology Journal

SCTE India is launching its new Technology Journal in February 2017 for distribution throughout India. Incorporating interviews with leading international industry, government figures, academic and association figures, the Technology Journal will offer a strategic insight into the latest news, company and product developments, technological and technical advances, innovations and new business opportunities.

Copies will be distributed to the CXO’s across the Indian industry as well as at key exhibitions, including the forthcoming Convergence India Expo 2017, as well as to all SCTE India members.

“The Technology Journal will reach out to the core of our industry targeting the Indian MSOs, LCOs, broadcasters, government officials and associations, equipment manufacturers and service providers and will be a hub for the broadcast, telecom, cable and broadband community in India. It will provide an opportunity for advertisers to build brand image, provide live business information and generate customer leads in India,” commented Rahul Nehra, SCTE India’s Honorary National Secretary.

“The Technology Journal will reflect the high standards of the society and welcomes contributions from the industry and the academic world – SCTE corporate members qualify for 25% concession on advertisement in the journal for the introductory issue. Join SCTE India from as little as Rs.25000 with an annual subscription of Rs. 6000.”

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