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BCE installed Euronews new platform in Hungary

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BCE installed Euronews new platform in Hungary

After the successful integration of its Greek platform, Euronews, the most-watched news channel in Europe, selected BCE for the installation of its new bureau in Hungary.

BCE worked on both IT and broadcast integration including sound editing and mixing studios and telecom links from the new infrastructure to Euronews head office based in Lyon (France). As for the Greek site, BCE will ensure the 24×7 monitoring from its NOC (Network Operation Centre) in Luxembourg.

“This new project with Euronews confirms BCE expertise in system integration for IT and broadcast,” comments Jean-Alain Jachiet, Head of System Telecom and Network Solutions at BCE.

Hungarian is Euronews’ 13th language service; it is the second Euronews service to be produced entirely in the home country of a language after Euronews Greek.

“Euronews has been working with BCE for several years now and our cooperation has always been fruitful. Their participation in the creation of our new Hungarian office was an evidence after the successful opening of our Greek office in Athens. BCE knows our needs and we are entirely satisfied of their technical skills and know-how,”concludes Cécile Leveaux, CTO at Euronews.


About BCE
BCE is a European leader in technical services in the areas of television, radio, production and postproduction, telecommunication and IT. With its long experience on the media market, our team provides you high quality services and will always find the solution that matches your project and budget.
With more than 200 high qualified and motivated people, BCE serves about 400 clients in various sectors, such as TV channels, radio stations, film distributors, producers, advertising companies, telecommunications operators and public services.
BCE – Your projects. The technology. Our solutions.
More info on: www.bce.lu

About euronews
Europe’s most-watched news channel, Euronews provides rolling coverage of world news. Thanks to its 400 journalists from over 30 countries, the channel is available 24 hours a day in 13 language services (Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Ukrainian). An independent media hub, Euronews offers a unique perspective on, and factual analysis of, current events. Founded in 1993 in Lyon, France, the channel can be watched in 400 million homes in 155 countries, and delivers a complete range of products (websites, mobile applications, smart TV, radio, etc.). www.euronews.com


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