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In 2006, a group of Russian IT specialists initiated the development of a media platform for mobile TV. The results of their activities made it possible to launch the SPB TV mobile television service in 2007. Since that time, SPB TV exists as an independent company that is engaged in the creation and development of its own technologies in the field of online broadcasting. The CEO of the company is Kirill Filippov.From the beginning SPB TV video service was available worldwide. In 2016 a separate service SPB TV Russia was allocated. It is available only in the territory of the Russian Federation. With its appearance, the international version of SPB TV became known as SPB TV World,.The head office is located in Zug (Switzerland) and the research and development center is based in St. Petersburg (Russia). The SPB TV group of companies includes Skolkovo resident Pitersoftwarehaus.
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