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CABSAT 2021 will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Oct. 26–28.
Organizers point out that it’ll be the first global face-to-face event for media, satellite, content and technology since 2019, and it comes at a critical time. According to PwC, the shift toward digital entertainment and media is gathering pace in the Middle East and North Africa to the extent that digital revenue could deliver almost half the region’s total entertainment & media revenue by 2024.
It makes sense that businesses in the content, entertainment, media and satellite sectors are ready for significant transformations.
CABSAT 2021 will bring together influential names in the industry to cover the major strategies, technologies, innovations and ideas that will shape the sector into the future. These include Dubai Media City, Nigeria’s Broadcasting Commission, Arabsat, Panasonic Avionics, AWS Aerospace & Satellite Solution.