With live productions, there is no rewind button. Every second is an opportunity to impress.And pro-AV and ICT technologies are ensuringtranscendent live experiences. Stage lighting can be controlled to the beat of the song. Audio mixers keep the sound level consistent, leaving no room for hiccups. Such clockwork precision unfolds from one centralised, backstage location.
Asia's leading infocomm technology and broadcasting industry to announce major launches and partnerships event maintains its position as platform of choice for SINGAPORE, 5 June 2015 – Over the past four days, Marina Bay Sands has been abuzz with activity as CommunicAsia2015, EnterpriseIT2015 and BroadcastAsia2015 brought the movers and shakers of the infocomm technology (ICT) and broadcasting industry together under one roof.
Digital Transformation has evolved into a Must-have Strategy for Enterprises, Verticals seen Embracing Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud (SMAC) Platforms – notes Frost & Sullivan. It is to host its inaugural edition of the “Digital Enterprise Transformation Summit 2015” on June 18th at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, launched the DD Kisan channel on 26th May and addressing a gathering of farmers at New Delhi's Vigyan Bhawan on the occasion he called for increasing food grain productivity from two tones per hectare to three tons. The Prime Minister also called for making the "Tehsil" the unit of agricultural planning and development.
The 23rd China Content Broadcasting Network (CCBN) 2015, the annual trade show organized by State Administration of Radio Film & Television (SARFT), is the largest broadcasting technology and equipment exhibition in the Asia-Pacific region. It took place at China International Exhibition Center (CIEC) from March 26 to March 28, 2015.
Digital India Summit hosted by Times Television Network started today at The GRAND, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi on 3-4 February. The two day summit based on the theme ‘Digital India: Bits & Bytes of a Billion Dreams’, was inaugurated by Ravi Shankar Prasad, Union Minister, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. Delivering his keynote address, the Minister said that Digital India programme is a platform meant to bridge the gap between haves and have-nots.
Cable TV show 2015 Kolkata, one of the largest shows on satellite and cable television in India, was flagged off today by Sri Aroop Biswas, Minister-in-Charge for Housing & Youth Affairs, Government of West Bengal at the Netaji Indoor Stadium. The three-day event from February 18 to 20, is a much-awaited annual affair organised by Kolkata-based Cable TV Equipments Traders & Manufacturers Association (CTMA).
With the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) media market expected to grow from US$16 billion in 2014 to US$24 billion in 2019 according to Strategy & Analysis of CABSAT will examine the global impact of industry-evolving mega trends and highlight how regional companies can adopt products and strategies to drive monetisation and growth opportunities.
On 17th October TDSAT had organized its seminar at the beautiful locales of Sikkim at Hotel Mayfair, Gangtok. The venue for the seminar was as beautiful as the snow clad mountains of Sikkim. The Seminar Hall was overflowing with delegates as many stakeholders including MSOs, representatives of broadcasters, Cable Operators from Sikkim as well as neighbouring states had come to attend the seminar. Students of Sikkim law college, judiciary from the Sikkim High Court and many advocates from Sikkim as well as Telecom Lawyers Association were also present. Theme of the seminar was “Regulatory Framework and Dispute Resolution in Telecom, Broadcasting and Cable Services Sectors”.
The Broadcast India Show 2014 was once again the platform from which the latest in broadcast and film, pro-audio, video and radio, 3D and digital cinema, IPTV and Mobile TV, in their most futuristic shapes and forms was on display. Technological mammoths from all corners of the world returned to the exhibition floor to demonstrate and discuss their creations, share their widened perspectives, and light fires underneath the trends that will come to define the future of technology as we wait to see it.
TRAI Chairman Rahul Khullar and his officers abandoned the Open House Discussion on regulating the Platform Services in distribution networks, being held at BSNL Office in New Delhi on 24 September 2014. Perhaps, this is the first time in the history of TRAI that stakeholders did not allow the open house discussion to start forcing TRAI officials to walk out of the hall.