Cable Quest magazine was launched in 1994 in English Language to keep the cable Television and Satellite Broadcasting industry informed of the latest developments in technology, international trends and regulations. Overwhelming response to the magazine and a huge demand for a Hindi version of Cable Quest from Cable Operators, majority of whom are not conversant with English language, inspired us to launch Cable Quest in Hindi.
Robots, Virtual Reality, Drones, and Smart Devices – these are the innovations fueled by digital transformation that will pave the way of Asia Pacific’s future. With digitisation and smart technologies enhancing productivity, these innovations form the heart of CommunicAsia2016, EnterpriseIT2016and BroadcastAsia2016 which held, from 31 May to 3 June 2016, at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
The emergence of new technologies in the satellite industry, including the arrival of HTS GSO and NGSO systems, is prompting the industry to embrace a substantial shift – from offering one-size-fits-all capacity to creating value propositions better tailored to customers’ fast-growing, diverse demand and the price pressures in dynamic economic circumstances.
In an interesting and memorable iteration of the government’s priorities and agenda for digital and IT for the nation, Hon’ble Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “IT plus IT equals IT,” alluding to the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who, he said, believes that India’s Talent plus Information Technology would give us India’s Tomorrow.
The 24th China Content Broadcasting Network Exhibition - CCBN2016 took place from March 24 - 26, 2016 in the prestigious China International Exhibition Center (CIEC) in Beijing. As the largest broadcasting technology and equipment expo in the Asia-Pacific region, CCBN boasts 60,000 square meters of exhibition space. It attracts more than 1,000 exhibitors and 100,000 professional visitors from more than 30 countries.
This year’s edition of CASBAA’s annual look at the fast-evolving Indian broadcasting industry examined the ripple effect of the country’s digitization initiative. The theme of the day-long event which brought together all the stakeholders including Multi-system Operators (MSO), Local cable Operators (LCO), DTH players, satellite technology providers, and regulators, among others was Digital India: The Four Phases of Cable Enlightenment.
CTMA's annual event CABLE TV SHOW 2016 the three-day exhibition of Cable TV and Broadband was held on 5-7 January at the Netaji Indoor Stadium in Kolkata. Kolkata-based Cable TV Equipments Traders & Manufacturers Association (CTMA) puts in all its heart in organising the event and every member of the organisation takes pride in looking after every participant and visitor. This event showcases the latest products, technology, emerging trends and Value Added Services in the CATV sector.
Another important step to energize the system and the stakeholders of the digital cable and broadband industry was taken by SCTE India this year by conducting the 1st SCTE India Awards for Technical Excellence and Innovation in digital cable and broadband on 22nd January 2016. The event took place during the 24thConvergence India expo in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
The Broadcast India Show 2015 organised by Saicom Trade Fairs & Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd. Will have a special flavor this time as the show will celeberate its silver jubilee this time. The show will be held at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (E) in Mumbai, India from 15 – 17 October 2015.
In a year of undeniable sea-change within the broadcast industry, the debate at this year’s CASBAA Convention at its new venue at Hong Kong’s Intercontinental Hotel promises to be hotter than ever. With the theme ‘Making Waves’, the convention has secured an impressive line up of speakers comprising of key industry players from all over the world. From global media giants such as AOL and Virgin Media to regional players such as China Media Capital, this year’s convention will waste no time in getting to the heart of the most pertinent issues facing the cable and satellite industry today.
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