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Bradford & Chua to speak at BroadcastAsia 2006 Intl Conference

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MUMBAI: This years knowledge exchange forum for the broadcasting and multimedia industry, the BroadcastAsia International Conference will feature industry veterans including Tandberg Television president Reggie Bradford and Asia's first interactive cross media channel The Interactive Channel (TIC) founder Robert Chua.

The BroadcastAsia International Conference will take place at the Singapore Expo from 19 to 22 June alongside BroadcastAsia2006. BroadcastAsia is Asias premier broadcasting and multimedia technology event.

Delegates will benefit from Reggie Bradfords keen insight and experience as an entrepreneur and visionary within the global internet and television business.

As president of Tandberg Television, Bradford plays a pivotal role in enabling customers to realise the full potential of their video networks. His primary focus is providing content providers and network operators in the Americas region with the world's most advanced live and on-demand digital video solutions, states an official release.

Robert Chua will be presenting an address on Cross Media Interactive TV Channels. Robert is a pioneer of terrestrial television in Hong Kong where he launched TVB. He brought Hong Kong audience their first and longest running variety show Enjoy Yourself Tonight and created the first Miss Hong Kong pageant, the release adds.

The conference will present 14 tracks covering a wide spectrum of pertinent technology and business issues facing Asias broadcasting and multimedia industry today. These include:

High Definition (covering HDTV technology)
IPTV
Broadcasting to Handhelds
Digital Audio Broadcasting
Interactive TV session
Asian D-Cinema Summit (with a keynote address by 20th entury Fox)
Capacity Building of Broadcast Sector
Production (covering production issues and technology updates)
Content Delivery
Protecting Broadcast Content
Satellite Interference Issues in the Broadcast Industry
Testing and Measurement
Two industry dialogues:
Developments of Contents in / for Asian Markets,
Content and Outsourcing
States BroadcastAsia International Conference conference director Martin Salter, I am excited about the line-up of topics that address the hot issues facing the fast changing dynamics of the electronic media industry - from the large screen experience of D-Cinema, through to the opportunities of IPTV, and the new challenges of content creation and delivery to mobile devices.

Yet current issues like the digital transition are not ignored. Presentations will be delivered by eminent speakers from a broad international base. These key sessions are augmented by specialised sessions from renowned organizations from around the world, he adds.

Singapore Exhibition Services project director Jackson Yeoh says, The conference aims to provide delegates with the maximum opportunity to exchange ideas and network. This years conference will do just that - increase the level of sharing and knowledge exchange as well as provide them with insights and new perspectives, which can be applied to their daily work long after the conference ends.

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