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'Cable Quest' exhibition to bring cable fraternity on one platform

MUMBAI: Cable Quest, the niche magazine revolving around cable, satellite and the broadcast industry is all set to host its exhibition Cable and Broadcasting (India) 2004, from 14 -16 August, 2004.

The exhibition to be held at Hall No 12, Pragati Maidan , New Delhi, India, aims at providing a new platform to all the stakeholders of the industry to meet, mingle and make new ventures.

With broadband technology gaining heightened significance in the country, as rightly emphasised by TRAI and the government, Cable Quest hopes to facilitate further development in this sector by showcasing the latest information in broadband with participants like Reliance, Sify, Net 4 India, Ipstar, Pacenet Broadband, Spectranet and others displaying their products.

Wanting to take this forum to an international arena so as to explore new avenues in other countries, the first step in this direction is one of the most popular Pakistani broadcasters Geo TV visiting the exhibition this time. Its parent company The Jung Group also runs the largest MSO network in Pakistan apart from getting the first DTH licence in Pakistan.

Other participants include major broadcasters like Zee-Turner, TBN channel, Sanskar, Vyas channel, India TV, Sadhna, Trace hardware manufacturers like Nanak, Comsfiber, Horizon Broadcasts Channel Master, Trinity including foreign companies Fujitsu from Japan, Tandberg from Europe and Horizon Electronics from UK. Government broadcaster Doordarshan is also taking part in the exhibition. With the participation of such major players of the industry, the exhibition is bound to witness high interaction and positive development.

Cable Quest endeavours to fulfill this need of the Industry by organising the Cable and Broadcast (India) 2004 exhibition that would bring the cable fraternity on a common ground in search of new horizons.

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