Forrester, Chris
June 2004
Variety;6/7/2004, Vol. 395 Issue 4, p21
Trade Publication
Announces that Showtime, the Middle East pay TV platform backed by Viacom and Kuwaiti investors, opened Dubai's broadcasting center, Dubai Media City, capable of handling more than 200 TV channels, in the United Arab Emirate of Dubai on May 26, 2004. Number of media companies that have set up shop in the center; Comments from Dubai Media City's CEO Abdulhamid Juma; Statement from Abdullatif Al Sayegh, CEO at Dubai Radio & TV.


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