In this video, Dennis Breckenridge (CEO, Elevate Broadcast) invites guests from the Singapore Region to discuss how they are helping Elevate Broadcast bring new technologies to the market during the current climate.
- Soo Teck Goh (Sales Director, SEA, LiveU)
- Sophian Yusi (Vice President, Channel News Asia)
- James Hollis (Vice President, Channel News Asia)
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic began, esports was predicted to be a huge driver of growth for the gaming industry in 2020 and beyond. Now, with mainstream sports around the world on hold and millions of people around globe staying at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus, gaming and esports have become increasingly popular as a way to fill the empty hours of lockdown and isolation.
The APAC regional council discusses the current situation with in the territory. Including representatives from Australia, China and Singapore. Reflecting how their business has adapted now (April 2020), since the previous panel session at IBC 2019.
Informa Markets recently announced the postponement of ConnecTechAsia to 29 September – 2 October 2020. In this interview with IABM TV, Ivan Ferrari (Event Director, Tech, Media & Entertainment Events – Informa) discusses the decision to postpone the event & what to expect during the new dates.
Asia = 4/5/A
We have just come off the back of BroadcastAsia 2019 (Singapore) and the BIRTV Conference and Exhibition (Beijing). The presentation slide that summed things up in terms of the technology focus was one that said 4/5/A. Of course, all the conference participants were wondering what it all meant? It refers to 4K, 5G and AI. BroadcastAsia in June and BIRTV at the end of August had their differences of timeline between the two regions of what it all meant and the urgency of roll out of the three topics.
The IABM’s APAC Member Council join together in this panel session to discuss the Asia-Pacific region and the movements of change in the various countries included.
Panel hosted by Peter Bruce (Director APAC, IABM)
Dennis Breckenridge (CEO, Elevate Broadcast & Chair of IABM APAC Member Council)
Charles Sevior (CTO, DELL EMC)
Jack Lin (President, Datavideo Technologies Co. Ltd)
Justin Knox (Marketing Director, RGBlink Science & Technology Co Ltd)
This article is from The IABM Business Intelligence Digest from June 2018. The full report can be viewed here The majority of the countries that make up the APAC region are considered as emerging broadcast and media technology markets. However, developed economies such as Japan and Australia can be considered as more mature broadcast and media technology markets. It is important to note that the APAC region is very diverse with countries at different stages of development, which means the industry will differ depending on the country being considered. Although the region has the greatest growth potential in the world, the challenges in the business and political environment in certain countries may deter investment. The developed economies in the region lead development in the industry, while most of the developing countries lack the infrastructure and resources required to develop broadcast and media. Some countries in APAC are undergoing the transition to digital broadcasting and HD, while others have already transitioned with spending focused on adopting cutting-edge technologies, including UHD and ATSC 3.0. Therefore, the region presents a range of opportunities for suppliers of broadcast and media technology. [caption id="attachment_63089" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Source: World Bank[/caption] Across the region, living standards and...
ASIA Roundtable with Denis Breckenridge (CEO, Elevate Broadcast) and Andy Srinivasanrd (Managing Director, IngressAsia)
Fresh back from the KOBA show in Seoul, you could be forgiven if you thought that the only issue facing the broadcast and media industry is the move to UHD; North Asia (S. Korea, PR China and Japan) is all focused on the production, transmission and distribution of 4K content. It seems that the move to IP is just a side issue – particularly when the main four TV stations in South Korea went on air with Quad 3G or 12G SDI UHD systems.
June 2018Regional Focus: Asia PacificContents:Global Business EnvironmentOverviewExchange Rate MovementsThe Media BusinessMedia Business HighlightsPotential Bidding War for 21st Century Fox on the HorizonNetflix Takes the Crown as the World's Most Valuable Media CompanyeSports: A New Source of Original Content?Buying TrendsIABM Publishes it's First Buying Trends ReportMedia Technology Special: BlockchainWhat is Blockchain Technology?Blockchain in Broadcast & MediaRegional Focus: Asia-PacificBusiness EnvironmentThe Broadcast & Media IndustryOverviewMedia Technology Demand DriversTransition to Digital BroadcastingTransition to HDTransition to New Viewing ExperiencesOTT and Multi-Platform Delivery