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Sony to manage $69m Oman TV Studio

Japanese giant to manage TV complex, which is due to be fully operational by Nov 2011

Sony to manage $69m Oman TV Studio
The Omani Information Ministry expected to sign an agreement with Sony for the operation of the $69m TV Studios Complex in Muscat (Getty Images)

The Omani Information Ministry is expected to sign an agreement today with Sony for the operation of the $69m TV Studios Complex in Muscat, according to the Oman News Agency (ONA).

The complex will include four digital production studios, a news editing hall, three radio studios, a theatre for 700 people, an art library, production rooms and other supporting equipment and offices.

The agreement will see Sony manage the complex, which began construction in March 2006 and is due to completed in February 2011.

The $69m complex is due to be fully operational by November 2011, the ONA said.

 

 

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