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Recreate Solutions bags contract for Canal+Technologies, Digital Interactive Television Group and Insead

Recreate Solutions, a media services company based in London and Mumbai, has won three overseas contracts in interactive television programming.

The company has signed on Canal+ Technologies, Digital Interactive Television Group and Insead. The three contracts are collectively worth over two and a half million US Dollars per annum. The Canal+ Technologies contract alone, would bring in over one million dollars to Recreate Solutions annually an company release informs.

Recreate Solutions is working with Canal+ Technologies (C+T) to develop a karaoke system using the C+T Mediahighway Platform. This karaoke system would enable subscribers of a pay music channel to sing-along while a song is playing. It is also in discussions with Canal+ Technologies to develop a cricketing application around the platform, according to an official release.

This would be based for the South Asian and Middle Eastern markets where Canal+ Technologies Mediahighway is already deployed. Recreate is also representing the interests of Canal+ Technologies in the Indian conditional access software market.

With Digital Interactive Television a UK based television company, Recreate is working on a new Bingo Channel through which users will be able to play Bingo live over channel. Bingo is a game similar to the homegrown tambola and through this gaming application; people will be able to play simultaneously through their set top boxes using their remote controls.

Recreate is also working with Insead, a French business school, to create interactive content and taking their entire online courses to disseminate through the broadband intranets.

According to Recreate Solutions CEO Bhaskar Majumdar, the contracts, won against stiff global competition, would lead Recreate into a cash flow positive status in this quarter.

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