Cable Quest to hold seminar on broadcast technology & regulations

MUMBAI: Broadcast magazine Cable Quest is attempting to educate everyone concerned with the various aspects of the new developments in broadcasting through a seminar to be held in Jaipur on 23 February.

The seminar will have several informed and eminent experts from the industry speaking on the following subjects:

(a) HFC networks

(b) DTH redressal (TDSAT and dispute)

(c) Broadband Networks for convergence era

(d) Internet on cable generation

(e) Upgradation of networks

(f) Government (policies & taxation]

(g) Trai (regulations and dispute)

(h) Customer care

(i) Value addition and revenue

Those among the speakers are Cable Quest chief editor Colonel KK Sharma, COFI president Roop Sharma, Vikas Kapoor from COMMSCOPE Cable (USA) and Ram Bhadran from Sify. The seminar will have participants from various segments of the Industry including representatives of cable operators, MSOs, distributors, broadcasters, advertisers and other important members of the public.

The seminar will provide a platform for discussions on cable pricing, connectivity, technological upgradation and government policies. An interactive session with the consumers of the Industry will also be held. Overall, the seminar has been organised to serve as an excellent guide to the last mile operators in keeping up with the new rules and technologies and knowing where they stand in context with these changes.

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