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Inmedia rebrands as Arqiva

Inmedia is to rebrand as Arqiva, following its acquisition in July by Arqiva (formerly ntl Broadcast).
Inmedia is being merged with Arqiva’s Satellite and Playout unit to form the Satellite Media Solutions division of the company. The new division will continue to provide broadcast and media solutions including permanent and occasional broadcast services as well as IP, voice, data and digital media networks.
“The combined infrastructure of Arqiva is truly impressive and is ideally positioned to serve organisations around the world with innovative solutions for improved business,” said Nick Thompson, Managing Director of Arqiva, Satellite Broadcast Solutions. “As a leading UK broadcast solutions company, Arqiva now comprises four teleports with more than 70 major uplinks, plus studios, post production and playout facilities.”
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