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Worldwide Reach

Overcoming geographical boundaries has always been a crucial pursuit, growing our presence in several representative offices worldwide which enables us to work closely with our clients.

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More Than 25 Years Old!

In early 90’s, with the spread of the Internet and other major technologies in telecommunication, there was a need for professional services for broadcast. From the very beginning our mission was to bridge the East-West divide by creating a facility where, through effective subtitling, Western television serials and films could be enjoyed by the Middle Eastern population. From an original start-up of five people in two rooms, Screens began to penetrate the larger regional market, and has repeatedly relocated to more substantial premises and employed more staff.

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Our Hall of Fame

Being industry leaders also means new doors have opened up to us, and our substantial list of clients is always growing. At Screens we are proud to be able to say that those we have worked successfully with include the BBC, TV5, Canal+, HBO, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Nickelodeon, MBC, History Channel, Disney, All Time, FOX, OnDemand!, Vubiquity, Universal Studios, Al Jazeera, OSN, and many others.

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Executive Team

Since our debut in 1991, Joseph Akiki remains at the helm as the company’s chairman and CEO, drawing on over 25 years of experience in the field to help keep Screens at the forefront of the industry. Screens International has evolved from a Lebanese start-up to a global leader in localization and broadcast services. Currently, the executive team includes devoted professionals who proved themselves over the years.

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Redundancy

Our industry, worldwide, always concerns itself with changes in technology to remain available to the wide international public. From marketing research to final product delivery, companies in the media business rely heavily on information technology, which can be a difficulty in regions where the infrastructure is not yet optimized for speed, quality and availability.

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