Saint-Petersburg, Russia, December 17, 2013 - SPB TV, one of the world's leading providers of end-to-end OTT TV, IP TV and mobile TV solutions for video content delivery to multi-screen devices, became a member of the Association of Communications agencies in Russia (ACAR), the biggest industrial union in its segment of the economy.
ACAR was founded in 1993; it unites more than 180 leading players of Russia’s commercial communications market. The association is the only Russian representative in the European Association of Communications Agencies (ЕАСА).
Joining ACAR is a big step forward in SPB TV’s advertising business development. We are glad, that we have succeeded in being ranked among the leading companies of the advertising and commercial communications market. We intend to participate in the Association’s activities and hope that ACAR will become a good platform for our colleagues and us to exchange experiences and opinions.
As part of cooperation with ACAR, SPB TV will participate in events, research and sessions of commissions, conducted by the Association.
SPB TV is one of the world's leading providers of end-to-end OTT TV, IP TV and mobile TV solutions for video content delivery to multi-screen devices. SPB TV's solutions for Mobile TV are implemented by major mobile operators, including MTS, Beeline and StarHub, and have received recognition from mobile device producers the world over.
SPB TV developed the Amediateka Project, marking a breakthrough in the distribution of high-quality legal video-content in Russia, as well as providing the project's technical support for the Amedia company. The high quality of the company's technological solutions has been honored by numerous prestigious international awards, including the CSI Awards, the TV Technology Europe STAR Awards, the Russian Mobile VAS Awards, the Mobile Entertainment Awards, the Google Developer Challenge and others. The company's user application, SPB TV, is available on all mobile operating systems, and its viewing audience has reached 30 million worldwide.