Numtv offers 'EAS' to 'CAS struck' broadcasters

MUMBAI:, one of the largest 24-hour live online multilingual entertainment portal for international Asians, has offered EAS (Easy Access System) to Indian broadcasters who are sceptical about CAS (conditional access system).

A division of Pentamedia Graphics, a significant player in the world of animation, graphics and special effects industry, has released advertisements in business newspapers urging broadcasters to "show their channel worldwide through".

The ad says that the "new millennium entertainment portal" offers the following advantages:

* One of the largest live video streaming portals.

* No need for additional satellites and uplinking.

* Providing various TV channels around the world since 1999.

* User base of 400,000 viewers, broadband and narrowband.

* Offering live/playout/on demand at affordable cost.

* Serving worldwide with dynamic switching intelligence.

* Audio/video compression techniques for enhanced viewing

* TRP available at the click of a mouse comprises a collection of interesting channels classifying into television, radio, print, films and stage. With five live online televisions on the agenda, offers full-fledged entertainment whenever the user beckons its service at any time and at any part of the world.

With a turnover of around US$ 90 million, the company claims to have achieved a phenomenal growth. The company says that it is ranked number three in the world by the Roncarelli Report of the global animation industry.

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