Broadcast services provider Red Bee Media has renewed a multi-year deal with BBC Worldwide channels, to provide broadcast services for a suite of channels across Europe and South Africa.
Red Bee Media will continue to provide end-to-end, file-based media management and playout services for eight BBC Worldwide channels from its facilities in London. The channels include BBC Entertainment, BBC Knowledge, BBC Lifestyle and CBeebies in South Africa; BBC Entertainment, BBC Knowledge and BBC Lifestyle channels in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland; and the pan-European BBC HD service.
Bill Patrizio, CEO of Red Bee Media, said: “We’re pleased that BBC Worldwide has selected Red Bee Media as its ongoing partner of choice. This deal is testimony to our ability to deliver first-rate, innovative media solutions that continually evolve to meet our partners’ needs and establishes our position as one of the leading providers of media management services not just in the UK, but around the world.”
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