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ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium 2013


  A look back at DBS 2013





                     
The 2013 DBS Handbook

The Conference Programme                          


The Workshop Programme




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  MEET THE SPEAKERS
 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
 
 Gil Hwan Young
President & CEO
Korean Broadcasting System
         
Ruxandra Obreja
DRM
Richard
Redmond
HARRIS
Joan Warner
Commercial 
Radio Australia
Peter Bruce
Grass Valley
Jørn Jensen
WorldDMB
       
Tony Fiedler
Fraunhofer
Li Bin, Eric
Rohde & Schwarz
Hock Leong Tan
Rohde & Schwarz
Lindsay Cornell
BBC-UK
Kanako Takeguchi
NHK-Japan





Laurence Peak
Verimatrix
Nils Ahrens
Rohde & Schwarz
Alexander Zink
Fraunhofer
Holger Meinzer
Media Broadcast
Andrew Yeo
APB


 
 
 Andrew Scott
Tektronix
Masayuki Takada
NHK-Japan
Lieven Vermaele
EBU
Klaven Siow
Tektronix
 Yong-Seob Nam
KBS-Korea
         
Jin-Sun Kim
KBS-Korea 
Dong-Jun Lee
KBS-Korea 
Marc Wharmby
Front Porch Digital
Tatjana Medic  
funke Digital TV
 Scott Stull
iBiquity
         
 Matthias Stoll
Ampegon
Steve Ahern
Ahern Media &
Training 
Shinichiro 
Toonoka
mmbi Inc 
 Milos Pavlovic
LS telcom
 Yoann Poizeau
Dalet Digital
Media Systems
       

 
 Roger Heath
Evertz
 Mark Johnston
Kordia
Nonie Llanes
Conax 
 HyungJun Kim
KBS-Korea
 Jason Power
Dolby
         
 David Mitchinson
Appear TV
 Russell Isaac
Sports Media
Services
Phil Laven
DVB 
Masaki Ishihara
NHK-Japan 
 Khan Abdul
Rahman
AsiaSat
         
 John Abdnour
Nautel
 Daniel Kleinbauer
Media Broadcast
Espen Myhre
Nevion
 Md Muzibur
Rahman
Bangladesh Betar
Dr Kazuyoshi 
Shogen 
B-SAT-Japan
         
Bernard Pichot
Enensys
Jishun Mei
HARRIS 
Greg Price
Dolby
Tuck Kay Chan
Rohde & Schwarz
Colin Prior
Enensys
         
Jean-Christophe
Jubin
HTTV
Norihiko Noguchi
Sony
Alan Hutchinson
Babcock
Alan Turner
Kordia
Ray Sanders
Gencom 
         
 Alex Ng
HARRIS
Laurent
Le Morvan
STMicroelectronics
 Vanessa Ching
SNELL
 Walter Tan
Rohde & Schwarz
 Shimizu Kazuhiro
SONY
         
 Tomohiro
Kamiyanagi
IKEGAMI
Keith Potter
DigiTAG
 Leilei Li
RTPRC
 Kath Brown
Commercial 
Radio Australia
 Istvan Bozsoki
ITU
         
Les Sabel
Commercial 
Radio Australia
 Femin John
ATEME
 Markus Morgen
LS telcom
Jerome David
Thomson 
Stephen
Kyefulumya 
Pilat Media
         
 N Thiyagarajan
DDI-India
 Mathias Bendull
Dolby
 Simon Pryor
Newtec
Stephane Barraud
Thomson 
 Masakazu Iwaki
NHK-Japan
         
 Noburo Yanagita
SONY
 Abu Bakar Ab Rahim
RTM-Malaysia
Asaad S Bagharib
MediaCorp
Singapore
 Chris Grey
SONY
 


NEXT-GEN MEDIA SPACE AND THE CONNECTED WORLD


In the connected world,connected TV, enhance OTT, use of 3G for  video,mobile broadcasting and content via Smart Apps have put new device in the hand of the consumers, generating demand for innovative services.Some of the new system standards are now being set by the manufacturers or by closed group of industry players, which may give rise to accessibility concerns.

Arguably the most profound influence that the broadcasters will witness is the use of Smart Apps to "capture" content of choice on Smart display devices. This compels content providers to devised an entirely different arrangement , that of creating Apps for their content.

In the current media space, the 'near future' like Ultra-HDTV, high scan rate TV and 3DTV cannot be ignored. Audience are now demanding full-scale HDTV from their service providers. Ultra-HDTV is also expected to capture the imagination of the audience and prove an instant hit. 3DTV will eventually Follow the same path.  

While the industry is constant change, the industry players have to move forward. The broadcasters need to access the situation and take  definitive steps.

The 2013 ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium will address all these issues, bringing together world experts from the entire broadcasting industry .

SAVE THE DATES and join us in Kuala Lumpur for the four-day conference programme,specialist workshop, associate events and comprehensive exhibition.



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