RRSat to distribute content in Asia

RRSat Global Communications Network has signed an agreement with Loral Skynet to offer distribution of video content to the Asian market via a digital platform using Loral Skynet's Telstar 10 satellite. 


Through the multiplexed content delivery platform, RRSat customers will gain access to more than 80 million cable households across 33 countries in Asia. RRSat will complement its video offering by supplying comprehensive, content management and distribution services. 


"We are extremely excited about this new cooperation with Loral Skynet. This platform will offer customers a total end-to end solution, from broadcasting through distribution, enabling channels based out of the US, Europe and Middle East the ability to further expand their services to new regions in Asia," said David Rivel, CEO and founder of RRSat. "Through this shared platform, customers will have access to the leading Loral Skynet Telstar 10 satellite and RRSat's comprehensive content management platform."

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