CTIT

AcronymDefinition
CTITCentre for Telematics and Information Technology
CTITColumbia Tristar International Television
CTITCollege of Telecommunications and Information Technology (Ethiopia)
CTITChurches Together in Thatcham (Thatcham, England, UK)
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Garcia joined CTIT in 1998 as Spain's sales director.
Under Kent, CTIT has become a leader in producing original shows for the international market, delivering more than 5,000 hours of programming per year to countries including Germany, France, the U.
will be the most difficult move, estimating it will cost CTIT parent Sony Pictures Entertainment $150 million.
CTIT was the first of the Hollywood majors to produce for local markets in local lingoes around the world, and after six years boasts thousands of hours of customized content airing from Berlin to Buenos Aires to Bombay.
He adds that China is a priority market for CTIT and its panregional channel AXN Asia.
Pfeiffer, who is "moving on," is being replaced by Dewy Ip, reporting directly to CTIT president Michael Grindon.
Sony's international TV arm CTIT is producing locally in Mandarin on the mainland.
While not formally exhibiting at the trade show, CTIT will hold a marketing workshop in Singapore for Asian buyers on the eve of the trading bazaar.
It's part of our growing commitment to our Asian TV clients," says CTIT VP of sales Todd Miller, who is based in Hong Kong.
Morita is based at CTIT headquarters in Los Angeles.
They also give CTIT the edge over Pearson, hitherto the most active non-Latin producer operating in the region thanks to format deals for "The Price Is Right," "Sale of the Century" and "Pour la Vie.
Regional CTIT topper Dorien Sutherland, based in Sao Paulo, has pacted with fourth-ranked Brazilian net Bandeirantes to form Interativa, which starts shooting this month on two sitcoms.