Dubai's IMS, My-HD Media partner with Knetik Media
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, February 13 - 2013 at 03:04
Dubai-based International Marketing Services (IMS) and Low Pay HD-TV platform, My-HD Media, have entered into a partnership agreement with the US' Knetik Media to bring content delivery services directly to consumers in the Middle East and Southern Asia. Under the terms of the deal, the two firms will market Knetik Media's video streaming services by bundling OTT applications with set-top boxes that are then distributed to the Middle Eastern consumer in such countries as the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
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