International news broadcast industry services suppler, The International Media Associates – TIMA – has secured office space within the UN and is one of only 15 media companies worldwide to be awarded dedicated UN fibre circuits greatly improving access to clients.
“Dedicated UN fibre circuits mean that TIMA can access all UN pool material and distribute it live or recorded to customers around the world,” said Alla Salehian, CEO of TIMA. “At a time of considerable international tension and conflict we believe this greater access will provide important background to today’s headline stories,” he added.
TIMA has also been allocated four dedicated positions on Press Island to provide live feed services to broadcast clients. From the UN in New York, TIMA can now distribute live and recorded content to broadcasters around the world via its dedicated fibre circuits, provided by Hibernia Networks, to Washington DC and Europe as well as via its satellite uplink units in the US and London.