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 Pre-Symposium - 2 March - Workshop on DVB-T2: Technologies and Implementations    
   
 DBS 2015 Closed: Highly Interactive and Enriching

 Spectrum: The Broadcasters’ Biggest Asset


 ABU DBS 2015: Focus on Future Technology and Digitisation

           

 DVB-T2: Technologies and Implementations

 DBS 2015 to feature 13 workshops

 New products to go on show at DBS 2015

 NHK to showcase 8K technology at DBS 2015

 DBS-2015 streamlined for better value

 ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium renews principal sponsorship


 Meet the Speakers



 

Dr Javad Mottaghi
ABU
 Joan Warner
Commercial
Radio Australia
 Kathryn Brown
Commercial
Radio Australia
 Charles Sevior
EMC²

 

   
  Ajeet Khare
Canara Lighting
 Masakazu Iwaki
NHK-Japan
 Les Sabel
Commercial
Radio Australia
 Martyn Horspool
GatesAir
 
 
 
 
 Femin John
ATEME
 Guillaume Boutin
WorldCast Systems
 John Kjellemo
CONAX
Mário Rui Santos 
RPROBE
 
 
 
  Milos Pavlovic
LS telcom 
 David Mitchinson
Appear TV
Eric Li Bin
Rohde & Schwarz 
Oliver Linow
Deutsche Welle 
 
     
 Luc Haeberlé
Colibrex GmbH

 Tushar Kothari
WASP3D
 Chan Tuck Kay
Rohde & Schwarz
 Lindsay Cornell
BBC-UK
       
 Peter Bruce
IABM
 Andrew Yeo
APB
 Nils Ahren
Rohde & Schwarz
Colin Prior
ENENSYS 

     
Dr Peter Siebert
DVB
 Paul Jones
Front Porch
Digital
 Dr Hiroshi
Shimamoto
NHK-Japan
 Simon Fell
EBU
     
Dr Ahmad Zaki 
Mohd Salleh
Media Prima Bhd
 Dr Fintan
Mc Kiernan

CEO, Ideal Systems 
 Craig Todd
Dolby 
Laboratories
 Michel Beke
MediaGenix
       
 Dr Yuan-Xing
Zheng
BBC-UK
 Hiroki Nonoshita
Ikegami
 Rick Asahina
TVU Networks
 Dr Masayuki
Sugawara
NHK-Japan
       
 Dr Amal
Punchihewa
ABU
 Geoffrey Low
DOLBY
Laurent
Le Morvan

STMicroelectronics 
 Holger Meinzer
Media
Broadcast
     
Andy Hickman
 Digital TV Labs
Greg Price
DOLBY 
Ruxandra Obreja
DRM 
Alexander Zink
Fraunhofer
     
Hossein
ZiaShakeri
Spectra Logic
 Yahya Khaled
ATDI
  Kyeong-Seop
Kim 
KBS-Korea

 Ryoon-Sang
Yoon
KBS-Korea 

     
Koji Kumano
SONY
 Genya Kamada
SONY
Kanit
Sunchatavirul 
NBTC
 Martin Roberts
Adstream
     
 Sanjay Salil
MediaGuru
Poonam Sharma
MediaGuru 
 Sushil Khanna
MediaGuru
 Haji Ibrahim
Haji Mohamad
RTB-Brunei
       
 Jerry Gui
DOLBY
 Yuichiro Kushiro
NHK-Japan
Abdul Haleem
Rahiman
ATEME
 Dr Yusei
Nishimoto
NHK-Japan
       
 Haji Zulkifli
Ab Rahim
RTM-Malaysia
 Steve Ahern
IMBA-Australia
 Magli Alias
RTM-Malaysia
 Jack Nadarajah
RTM-Malaysia
     
 Khush Khundi
Ericsson
 Jeong Yun Hwan
ABU/EBS-Korea
Samuel S
Kajindran

EMC²
 Régis Saint
Girons
HTTV
       
 Elmar Möller
Media Broadcast
 Jew Kok Lim
Aspera
 Brad Redwood
PlayBox 
Technology
 Lachlan Michael
SONY
     
Chrystophe
Clément 
Nagravision
 Tommy Ng
AsiaSat
 Katrine Finstad
Appear TV
 Bernie O'Neill
WorldDMB
     
Mike Grayson
Spectra Logic
 Nuno Ribeiro
rprobe
   
PRINCIPAL SPONSOR

 


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Enabling Change Smartly

Beyond HD resolution in pictures, enhanced quality in sound to match pictures and high fidelity devices in media industry challenge media stakeholders to be smart and adaptive in responding to market trends and user demands.

The key to performing well, sustaining and thriving in such a dynamic and challenging media environment requires stakeholders to be receptive to change and enable it smartly, mitigating inherent resistances.

This year ABU’s Digital Broadcasting Symposium will address how broadcasters could secure spectrum for future broadcasting by enabling changes smartly while making use of latest opportunities emerged due to Over-The-Top (OTT) and Integrated Broadband Broadcast (IBB) services.  The various sessions of the Symposium will address issues relating to the diversity of media audience, UHDTV new delivery mechanisms and future transmission technologies, among others. There will also be panel discussions on whether spectrum is essential for future broadcasting.

The ABU, together with its stakeholders and sister unions, will continue to participate actively in spectrum studies that lead to efficient use of the radio-frequency bands, that can continually be used for distribution of broadcast media content, both assigned and associated with broadcasting.

Enabling Changes Smartly can not only help broadcasters in securing spectrum but also to achieve production and distribution efficiencies that could make a marked difference in the performance of a media organisation.

Your partnership, participation and fruitful discussions during the Symposium will help shape this new and dynamic media environment to the benefit of the broadcasting industry in the Asia-Pacific.

Join us and let’s succeed together. 

 SPECIAL EXHIBITOR
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PAST
DBS HANDBOOKS

   
          2014
 


Embracing Technological
Innovations
          2013  
 


Next-Gen Media Space and
the Connected World
          2012  



Decision Time for
Stakeholders
          2011  



Adding the 3rd Dimension 
          2010  



Leveraging the Digital
Advantage
         2009  
 


Towards Higher Definition
in Radio & Television
         2008  
  


Progression to Digital
and Mobile Services 
         2007  



The Path to
Implementation 
         2006  
 


Completing the Transition
         2005  



Challenges for the
Broadcasters 

 Programme Exhibition Floor Plan