CABSAT 2022 to host global broadcast, satellite and content industries

CABSAT 2022 to host global broadcast, satellite and content industries tomorrow at Dubai World Trade Centre



CABSAT 2022 to host global broadcast, satellite and content industries tomorrow at Dubai World Trade Centre

* Against a hugely disruptive sector background, CABSAT opens tomorrow, featuring an expansive conference programme addressing the future of the industry

*MENA transforms from content consumption to content creation hub – CABSAT 2022 positions the region as a key global player and Dubai as the sector’s acknowledged development hub


Dubai, United Arab Emirates –  May 16, 2022 – CABSAT 2022, the Middle East’s largest event for global creative, broadcast, and satellite communities begins a three-day run at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) tomorrow (May 17) against a background of transformative sector disruption brought on by increasing competition and massively shifting consumer trends.

The event promises to be a beacon of things to come in broadcast, film and content consumption as international experts convene for an expansive knowledge-sharing programme that features eight conferences probing everything from satellite breakthroughs and next generation content to start-up contenders.

With more than 120 international thought-leaders and speakers delivering 110 hours of conference content as well as over 300 companies exhibiting, the event is expected to attract upwards of 13,000 attendees from across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).

CABSAT 2022 conference streams include the Content Congress, Next Up Startup Stage – the new conference stage for media tech startups – Digital Hub, AV Tech, Next Gen Content and dedicated sessions on the African and Saudi markets. All will lift the lid on a range of issues in industries which are undergoing widescale and transformative disruption.

With the broadcast industries facing increasing piracy threats, CABSAT regulars are returning to the event with fresh solutions to ring fence security boundaries. Among them is Switzerland’s NAGRA, the digital TV division of the Kudelski Group, which provides security and multiscreen user experience solutions for the monetisation of digital media.

Elsewhere, the SatExpo Summit has a multi-national line up which includes c-suite decision makers from the USA’s Kosmic Apple; the Global Satellite Operators’ Association; Canada’s Satellite Network Technologies Corporation and C-COM Satellite Systems; the UK’s Inmarsat, Satcoms Innovation Group, SES Networks, ETL Systems, Kratos and GVF as well as Arabsat of Saudia Arabia.

CABSAT 2022 will also feature national pavilions from Bavaria/Germany, France, UK and the USA where show stalwart GatesAir, Inc, a specialist in over-the-air transmission products for radio, television, and digital and content transport products, is looking to launch new products and reactive long-standing relationships following the COVID-19 hiatus.

Majed Al Suwaidi, Managing Director of Dubai Media City, Dubai Studio City and Dubai Production City, said: “For more than twenty years, we have cultivated one of the region’s most impactful and credible media ecosystems that is home to global and local brands and creative talent alike. Dubai’s integrated media clusters are not only where people create cutting-edge content in diverse languages and for diverse audiences, but it is also a comprehensive community transforming MENA’s media landscape overall. Events like CABSAT are integral to bringing together this extensive community to exchange knowledge, expertise and insights and advance the industry on a global scale. The calibre of thought leaders it attracts has earned the exhibition its reputation as the region’s largest event of its kind and provides an ideal platform to showcase the impact and originality of our stakeholders to larger audiences. We are delighted to be strategic partners at this latest edition to explore the future of the industry and uphold Dubai’s title as the capital of Arab Media.”  

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About Dubai World Trade Centre: With a vision to make Dubai the world’s leading destination for all major exhibitions, conferences and events, DWTC has evolved from being the regional forerunner of the fast-growing MICE industry into a multi-dimensional business catalyst, focusing on Venues, Events and Real Estate Management. Complementary to the primary service offerings are a range of value-added services from media/advertising, engineering and technical consultation and wedding planning, security services and an award-winning hospitality portfolio.



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