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The Role of telecom operators as new content distributors

It'll be 5 years in September 2020 since Telstra acquired Globecast Australia, which is now Telstra Broadcast Services. We spoke to 4 key members of the team about how Telstra's play into content distribution has been a global success for them and their growing customer base. Learn how in 5 years an Australian telco leveraged it’s APAC and worldwide network to deliver content for the top international broadcasters and rights holders.

Telstra Broadcast Services confidently delivers content in Asia and around the world through advanced media networks, traditional telco networks and focus on future platforms, such as 5G.

Andreas Eriksson
Head of Telstra Broadcast Services

Andreas talks to us about the benefits and challenges they have seen as a media service provider in a telco, how they are positioning Telstra Broadcast Services in the market and where he sees the company in the next 5 years.

Anna Lockwood
Head of Global Sales

Anna tells us about the transformative deals that positioned Telstra Broadcast Services as an industry player, how they are adapting to industry changes and requirements and what customer requirements they are seeing now that will change media delivery in the future.

Wing Tang
Global Media Networks BDE

Hear how Telstra Broadcast Services leverages the Telstra network (the largest subsea cable network in APAC with 30% of the lit intra-Asia capacity), how their focus in Asia has changed as a result of major events being postponed and what he is looking forward to for Telstra Broadcast Services in Asia.

Greg Littrich
Head of Field Operations

Greg talks to us about the changes he has noticed throughout Globecast Australia and into Telstra Broadcast Services, the benefits of having a geo-diverse team that can deliver events to rights-holders around the world and what his 5-year vision is for Telstra Broadcast Services’ Field Operations.