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#SpaceWatchME Forecast: Salalah, Oman, to Host 9th Arabsat Broadcast Forum On October 3-4, 2017

Arabist’s Badr-5 satellite. Image courtesy of Airbus Defence and Space.

Arab Satellite Communications Organization – Arabsat – is to hold its 9th annual Satellite TV Broadcast Forum on October 3-4, 2017, at the Rotana Resort in Salalah, Sultanate of Oman.

The forum is held under the patronage of His Excellency the Omani Minister of Information,  in the presence of a large number of Arab and international media figures as well as a large group of owners and officials in the satellite television broadcasting industry, and with the distinguished  presence of officials from the Arab League and the Omani government.

Arabsat holds this forum annually to maintain close contact with its customers, updating them with its latest trends and identifying their needs. During the forum there will many sessions regarding the TV High-Definition (HD) satellite broadcasting technologies and  many other important sessions regarding related subjects.

Khalid bin Ahmed Balkheyour, President and Chief Executive Officer of Arabsat, thanked the Government of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said of Oman, represented by the Ministry of Information, for the kind patronage and support received by Arabsat from the Omani Ministry of Transport and Telecommunications.

Balkhyour also added that Arabsat will showcase the latest satellite TV broadcasting technologies offered by 6th generation satellites to its customers.

Original published at: https://spacewatch.global/2017/10/salalah-oman-host-9th-arabsat-broadcast-forum-october-3-4-2017/

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