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2,339 companies mark presence as overseas participation hits new highs

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SINGAPORE: BroadcastAsia 2006, which kickstarted on 19 June, has attracted more than 847 exhibiting companies (88.5 per cent from overseas) from 46 countries. The conference saw 5,000 pre-registered visitors, out of which 48 per cent were from overseas. 

All in all, BroadcastAsia 2006 and CommunicAsia/EnterpriseIT has attracted 2,339 companies from 67 countries this year as compared to last year's 2,238 exhibiting companies from 55 countries.

The opening ceremony of the conference was held this morning with Singapore's information, communications and arts minister Dr Lee Boon Yang as guest of honour.

While 33 Indian companies are participating in BroadcastAsia 2006, 47 are participating in CommunicAsia/ EnterpriseIT.

The highest number of participating companies are, not surprisingly, from Singapore, with 276 companies participating in CommunicAsia/ EnterpriseIT and 97 in BroadcastAsia 2006. Countries like China, Korea, USA, Taiwan, Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand also saw a large number of participating companies.

In addition, delegations from China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam are also expected at this year's BroadcastAsia.

Keeping in mind the new digital age and the boom in this sector, this year, BroadcastAsia and CommunicAsia will also launch a new event - DME - The International Digital Media and Entertainment Exhibition and conference.

Exhibitors from India at BroadcastAsia2006 include: ADI-Media Pvt Ltd represented by Madhu Gupta, All India Radio (AIR) represented by RR Prasad, Cable Quest represented by KK Sharma, Essel Shyam Technologies Pvt Ltd represented by Pankaj Agrawal, IndiaSign represented by Anoop Bhatia, Monarch Computers Pvt Ltd represented by Bhushan Motiani, Satellite and Cable TV Magazine represented by Dinyar Contractor, Studio Systems represented by Manoj Madhavan and Indian Television Dot Com Pvt Ltd.

BroadcastAsia 2007 will be held from 19 to 22 June 2007 at the Singapore Expo.

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