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Broadcast & Satellite

StarHub works with SSC to increase local sports content

Wednesday 9 October 2013 | 02:21 CET | News
Singaporean communications carrier StarHub has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Singapore Sports Council (SSC) to offer more local sports content to a wider audience. StarHub also announced the launch of its free sports channel SuperSports Arena to almost all households in Singapore from 10 October. Previously available only on StarHub TV Channel 112 and 201, the channel will be fully decrypted. The three-year MOU with SSC aims to increase local sports content on StarHub's broadcast platforms, with more national sports associations being featured in its programs. StarHub will also dedicate a segment of its upcoming daily sports news show on SuperSports Arena to cover local sports events and profile local athletes. StarHub and SSC will also work together to progressively introduce new digital media initiatives, including the use of second screen technology for local sports events.

Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: StarHub
Countries: Singapore
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