Sutka City TV

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Sutka City TV is a television station broadcasting from Paris, France, in the Romani language. Andrijano Dzeladin established the station in September 2012, to end prejudice and to provide a link for the Romani people. Launched in September 2012 in Paris, Sutka TV is the first channel entirely for Roma. The TV broadcasts especially cultural and popular shows, it was initially designed to "show the true face of the Romas". PIKO SERVER is particularly suited to the needs of this TV Channel that has significant constraints in terms of operating flexibility, of live programs management and dynamic graphics

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