Slovenia’s STN is undoubtedly one of Central and Eastern Europe’s big success stories in the broadcast over satellite sector in recent years.
Founded in 2004, it has developed into a global company, providing the means to help clients reach Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and North Africa with their services.
On a visit to the family-run company earlier this week, I was able to see at first hand the progress it has made since 2009, when it moved into its new headquarters near Ljubljana.
Speaking in an introduction, Andrej Lovsin, STN’s CEO, said that it already distributes over 450 channels, with the number set to increase to 600 by next year. Furthermore, while it has undertaken a lot of new projects, it still continues to provide a number of ‘conventional’ services, including as a teleport.
He also made the point that one of its key advantages is flexibility: STN is its own systems integrator and always has been.
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