INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGIES,
EXPERIENCING CONTENT

31 May - 3 June 2016 | Tue – Fri

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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BroadcastAsia2016 International Conference

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TV industry is on the cusp of change and in the age of disruption, be it IP-based broadcasting, OTT monetisation models or workflow management trends, the stakeholders are continually looking for practical and cost effective insights.

BroadcastAsia2016 International Conference is designed to provide key broadcast stakeholders with practical and cost effective insights into emerging trends in convergence of broadcast and IP-based technologies and their implications on TVE business.

How are the OTT monetisation models changing the rules of the game for broadcasters, content creators and telco providers? How are new technologies and integration of standards helping players maintain their foothold in the broadcast business?

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What is New in 2016!

The BroadcastAsia2016 agenda is industry aligned and packed with insights and implementable case studies in three major focus areas:

  • How are OTT business models evolving in Asia? Do they need to be regulated?
  • How broadcast operators can remain agile to OPEX and CAPEX challenges while addressing the increasing demand for flexible multiservice IP-based platforms
  • New directions in automating in broadcast workflows and resource optimisation techniques in cloud and metadata applications

BroadcastAsia2016 International Conference Agenda at a Glance

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Day 1 | 31 May 2016 | Tuesday
MORNING PLENARY SESSION (Open to all BroadcastAsia2016 Conference delegates)
Captains of Industry Dialogue 1: Traditional TV Vs. Digital TV: Is the “New Alliance” Content Delivery a Way Forward?
Netflix Technical Address: Delivering to a Global OTT Platform, Why it’s Harder Than You Think
CONTENT CAPITALISATION STRATEGIES BROADCAST ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
TRACK C1
THE BUSINESS OF CONNECTED ENTERTAINMENT

  • Understanding the accelerators for the TVE business and how they are changing
  • Direct-to-consumer models: Understanding the evolution of the Pay TV OTT market and the importance of flexible business models
  • Achieving a fully ad-funded OTT business
  • TV Everywhere Business and Operating Models: Reducing cost barriers and effective monetisation of delivering high quality experiences
TRACK T1
IP BROADCASTING & TVE TECHNOLOGIES

  • IP infrastructure – Addressing technical considerations / challenges when switching from legacy systems
  • What is the best platform for delivering high quality content on the go? Wifi, fixed or mobile broadband?
  • 4G Broadcast (LTE eMBMS): Addressing congestion and peak demand for popular content
  • HTML5, HyppTV, MPEG-DASH: Technology, deployment and applications for video delivery
Day 2 | 1 June 2016 | Wednesday
MORNING PLENARY (Open to all conference delegates)
Opening Keynote Address
Visionary Address: The next 5 years in Global Digital Transformation
Thought-Leaders Panel: New Media Opportunities: Collaborating in a Disruptive Phase
(Combined with CommunicAsia Summit and BroadcastAsia International Conference)
TRACK C2
CAPTURING VIEWERS WITH IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES –
AT HOME AND ON THE GO

  • Second screen applications and capitalisation opportunities to reduce churn and grow subscriptions
  • Ensuring a consistent UI experience across devices
  • Creating an easy-to-use mobile app for video consumption anytime
  • Sportscasting highlights
TRACK T2
BROADCAST STANDARDS & VIDEO ENCODING TECHNOLOGIES

  • Updates on digital broadcasting standards, and addressing its implementation challenges
  • Video encoding and compression standards & technologies (HEVC / MPEG Dash)
  • Audio technologies for immersive audio experience (Audio 22.2 / MPEG-H 3D Audio)
TRACK T3
NEXT GENERATION WORKFLOW & DIGITAL ASSETS MANAGEMENT

  • Cloud and metadata applications to streamline your workflow
  • Upgrading content processing, archiving, workflows, distribution and delivery with cloud technologies
  • Automation technologies for faster subtitling, metadata insertion, DRM, measurements and more…
  • Quality monitoring functionalities to ensure best QoE across all platforms
Day 3 | 2 June 2016 | Thursday
MORNING PLENARY: (Open to all BroadcastAsia2016 Conference delegates)
Opening Keynote Address: Changing TV Landscape and Smart Ways to Stream on Your Screen
Captains of Industry Dialogue 2: Video On Demand – Where is the Market Leading to?
TRACK C3
BIG DATA & REAL-TIME ANALYTICS – NEW COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITIES

  • Advertising meets big data – Opportunities in programmatic, data-driven advertising
  • Addressing security and privacy concerns in using viewer data
  • Personalising content recommendations and advertisements to generate new revenue streams with the help of metadata
  • ROI of OTT and VOD Dynamic Ad Insertion (DAI)
TRACK T4
CLOUD DISTRIBUTION – NEXT GENERATION MEDIA DELIVERY SYSTEMS

  • CDNs: Broadcasting from the edge for minimum latency and buffering issues throughout the media delivery chain
  • P2P Networks – Could it be the answer to congested networks?
  • Cloud-enabled video distribution to reach international audiences
  • Live video CDN distribution
TRACK T5
RADIO BROADCASTING

  • WRC-15: Implications of updated radio broadcasting regulations and spectrum usage
  • On-demand streamed music – Does it compete or complement radio?
  • New money from online/mobile radio – Business models, advertising strategies and sales best practices
  • Repositioning of digital radio content  to suit listener behaviour and needs
Day 4 | 3 June 2016 | Friday
Workshop A
Speed, Accuracy, Quality – Meeting the Content Needs of Today’s Demanding TV Viewers
Workshop B
Short-Form Content Production and Distribution

Plus!

2 strategic Workshops, interactive panel discussions and numerous networking opportunities are part of the excellent learning experience at BroadcastAsia2016 International Conference.

Not to be missed!

Attend the combined morning plenary sessions with CommunicAsia2016 Summit where leaders convene to discuss digital transformation and disruption challenges and opportunities.

 

7th Creative Content Production Conference Agenda at a Glance

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Day 1 | 31 May 2016 | Tuesday
PRE CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
The Digital Challenge – Effectively Create, Innovate, and Broadcast
Day 2 | 1 June 2016 | Wednesday

CREATIVE CONTENT STRATEGY IN DIGITAL AGE

  • Elevated Digital Premiere: Creative Content in the New Markets
  • Content Acquisition Business Models for Digital Distribution and Marketing
CO – PRODUCTION PARTNERSHIPS
  • Achieving Goals of Accelerating Production Time-Lines and Executing Projects for Multi Stakeholders
  • Co – Production Synergy in Creating Innovative Content and Audiences Experience
  • All About the IP – Producing Contemporary Trans-Platform Content

FILM / TELEVISION DISTRIBUTION

  • Content – Driven Distribution Best Practices 
  • Is Getting the Strategy Right Now Much More Complex than Before?
  • Collaborating with Sales Agents and Understanding the Worldwide Rights
Day 3 | 2 June 2016 | Thursday

MARKET DRIVERS AND FUTURE OF CREATIVE CONTENT

  • Changing Consumer Behaviour, Recent Trends and Lessons Learned in Entertainment Industry Successful Content Distribution in Asia
  • Programmers Dialogue: What Opportunities and Challenges Programmers are Facing in Getting a Compelling Contents?
  • Engaging Audiences through Social Media

FINANCING AND INVESTING IN CONTENT

  • Evolving Media Industry Economics: Impacts on Financing and Investing Markets
  • Crowdfunding Ventures for Television Producers – Where is the Market Leading?
  • Financier’s Perspectives on Financing Television from Private Equity and Soft Money
Day 4 | 3 June 2016 | Friday

Workshop A
Speed, Accuracy, Quality – Meeting the Content Needs of Today’s Demanding TV Viewers

Workshop B
Short-Form Content Production and Distribution
Get Involved in BroadcastAsia2016 International Conference!

To enquire about registering and group / early bird discounts

Contact Cheryl Choy

For speaking opportunities,

Email Win Min

Call for Papers now open!

Gain access to a global audience made up of C-level, top, senior and general management executives from broadcasters, channels, telcos, cable and satellite operators, content-creators, and more…

Find out what key topics we would be discussing in 2016, and how you can submit a paper for our consideration here.


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