In the previous Ziyarat, the role of the division of imaging and montage was to document the rituals of the Ziyarat to upload parts of it on the Al-Kafeel website, and with the development and the increase of the staff and providing it with the needed filming equipment, there was a turning point in its task, as it is oriented currently to not only document the Ziyarat but also to provide a live broadcast with free satellite frequencies that any channel may receive and broadcast as it fits most of the channels intending to cover these rituals.
Bashir Al-Tajer the Head of the division of imaging and montage, has explained to Al-Kafeel Network: "This task is part of a major project and from the satellite TV System (SNG), which we have invested to perform this task. The live broadcast is done using eight cameras with high pictorial technique distributed all around the holy shrine of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas (peace be upon him) and its surrounding areas, the videos are received in the control room that is managed by staff with competence and experience in this field, then the picture is filtered and sound effects are added to be broadcasted in the horizon so any satellite channel can receive it, as it is broadcasted without Logo."
Adding: "Our broadcast begins daily before the Adhan of Maghreb and Isha by the recitation of the verses of the Holy Quran then we broadcast the Adhan from the two holy shrines and the prayer following it, and then we continue to cover the rituals and movements of the condolences' processions that last until midnight."
Al-Tajer has added: "All praise to Allah, despite that we started this task recently, but we were able to meet the need of a number of satellite channels that are more than 36 channels during the first ten days of Muharram and we expect that this number will increase during the rituals of this Ziyarat."
It is to remind that any satellite channel may receive the broadcast using the frequency according to the following data:
DOWN 11,025.96 H
The broadcast has started at four o'clock on Thursday afternoon 17th of November 2016, and will last up to 21st of Safar 1438 AH.