Helene Bazzi, Head of Regional Development EMEA, Inmarsat
Inmarsat, the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, was awarded the Digital Studio Industry Leadership Award for ‘Satellite Services Provider of the Year’ for the second year running. The ceremony was held at the Godolphin Ballroom, Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, and attended by the region's leading professionals from key industries especially the broadcast, TV and film production and post production from the Middle East and Africa.
“It’s a great honour to receive this award for the second time, and we see it as great recognition of our efforts towards offering the best services possible to professionals and organizations in the region,” said Helene Bazzi, Head of Regional Development EMEA, Inmarsat. “Inmarsat has gone to great lengths to develop our premium satellite services, which uses one of the most reliable satellite communications network in the world to provide global coverage for users to broadcast live news from wherever they may be. Many organisations and individuals rely on our technology, especially in emergencies, so it needs to be the best it can be, delivering when and where it’s required, which is something we have strived to achieve.”
In its eighth year, the Digital Studio Industry Leadership Awards acknowledges the efforts of individuals and companies that have contributed to the growth of the broadcast and production industry in the region.
Inmarsat has been at the forefront of mobile satellite services for over 31 years. It is a recognised leader in the satellite communications field, continuing to introduce new technologies that redefine the standard for the industry. Inmarsat’s current fleet of 11 satellites already provides seamless mobile voice and data communications around the world, enabling users to make phone calls or connect to the internet - whenever and wherever they need - on land, at sea or in the air. Media organisations all over the world already use Inmarsat mobile satellite services to file their reports from disaster-hit areas, war zones, sports events and remote regions.