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AIBMDA announces 2nd Broadcast and Media Technology Exhibition in Chennai

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MUMBAI: Broadcast & Media Technology 2015, second International Exhibition on Broadcast Equipment & Technology, will be held on 17 & 18 July at ITC Grand Chola, Chennai. Organised by All India Broadcast Manufacturers and Distributors Association, the exhibition is approved by ITPO and supported by FICCI, Prasar Bharati, Audio Engineering Society India and many other Indian and foreign organisations. Over 100 companies from 20 countries will showcase the latest products and technologies related to radio and TV broadcasting as well as film in the exhibition. Jawhar Sircar, CEO, Prasar Bharati will inaugurate the exhibition on 17 July.

Addressing a press conference in New Delhi recently, Satish Aggarwal, President, AIBMDA said the response to the exhibition was very encouraging and most leading equipment manufacturers and distributors including AGIV India, Aditya Infotech, Barbizon Lighting, BECIL, Black Magic Design, CAT-5 Broadcast, CDM Technologies, Canara Lighting, Canon, Carl Zeiss, Cineom Broadcast, Comcon Technologies, Datapoint Impex, Datavideo, Delta4cast, Digital Solutions, Dolby, Essel Shyam, Falcon Technologies, FOR-A, Hansa Cine Equipments, Harman International, Hytech Communications, Ideal Broadcasting, Lamhas Satellite, MediaGuru, Modi Digital, Netweb Technologies, Panasonic, Pranav Mediatech, Primetech Communications, Real Image, Rohde & Schwarz, Ross Video, SRSG Broadcast, Sconce Global, Semyung India, Setron India, Singh World and Visual Technologies India had confirmed their participation in the exhibition while many others like  Vitec and Yasuka Corporation were in the process of doing so.

S. C. Oberoi, Secretary , AIBMDA added that Broadcast & Media Technology 2015 was the biggest  broadcast technology show in South India. The show this year would be 40% bigger than the one held last year. He said arrangements were being made to invite engineers and professionals working in the broadcast and film industry including  AIR and Doordarshan from Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram  to the exhibition. Care is being taken to provide good value for money to exhibitors by creating an atmosphere conducive for fruitful interaction between buyers and sellers during the exhibition.

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