GEMEX 2003 to focus on new trends and technologies

Dubai will play host to the Global Entertainment and Media Exhibition (GEMEX) from 4 to 6 March 2003. 

The exhibition, this time round, will feature an enhanced product profile in 2003 and be complemented by a series of seminars, conferences and workshops, aimed at providing media professionals with an opportunity to learn about the newest trends and technologies fuelling growth of the media industry in the region and globally, says an official release.

Star Vision, E-Vision, Pinnacle, Procast, Technosat, Mediacom, Triax and Tek Signals are among those who have confirmed their presence at the exhibition as well as several international companies, including Viaccess of France, Newtec of Belgium, Egyptian Satellite (Nilesat) and Worldspace of the UK and Jaeger of Taiwan. Other companies which have already confirmed their participation at GEMEX 2003 include Bond Communications, Broadnman, EVS, Glocom, Intelsat of the U.S., New World Media, Seven Star, Studiotech, Thales, Wafa and WISI.

GEMEX will also provide students and media graduates with unique opportunities to learn more about the media industry's newest trends and technologies as well as network with representatives from a range of key organizations in the field. Organised by the Dubai World Trade Centre and Dubai Media City with the support of International Conferences & Exhibitions is being built on the success of the former CABSAT event last year. It will feature an enhanced product profile and will be supported by a series of seminars, conferences and workshops organised by Gambate. 

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