By Robert Briel
Published: September 16, 2010 06.37 Europe/London
CASBAA announced full details of its Convention 2010 to be staged at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Hong Kong on October 25th – 28th.
Themed Unlock Your Networks, the four-day CASBAA Convention 2010 gathers operators, content providers, satellite services, technology, carriers and ad agencies together to markets in Asia. Full details can be found on their website.
To date, 26 industry leaders have committed their support to the CASBAA Convention 2010, including ABS, Arianespace, AsiaSat, CNBC, Comcast, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, Disney Media Distribution, Eurodata TV, Eurosport, Fashion One, France 24, Globecast, HBO, Invest Hong Kong, MEASAT, MGM Channel, MTV Networks, NHK World, Paul Weiss, Playboy TV, RRsat, Synovate, Tiger Gate, Turner, Universal Networks International and Warner TV, along with more than 30 media partners and trade organisations.
This year’s Convention programme highlights the critical issues shaping the Asian pay-TV industry. With digital media now centre stage, industry thought leaders from across the globe will discuss strategies for capitalizing on the latest market opportunities for subscription television and advertising revenues in Asia.
Asia’s buoyant business environment has fostered increasing investment by countries keen to position themselves as the leading Asian media hub. Invited participants in a high-level discussion on the “Media Hub championship” include senior officials from Malaysia, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, India and Hong Kong.
CASBAA also announced the addition of two new corporate members this month, Indian telecom-to-media industry player, Reliance Communications, part of Reliance ADAG, as well as fashion and entertainment content specialist FashionOne TV.
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