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Issues which will be covered

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Organised by Singapore Exhibition Services Ltd (SES) in association with International Broadcasting Convention, London (IBC), the five-day conference will address a wide spectrum of issues relevant to broadcasters in the 21st Century.

Right from crucial issues related to Intellectual Property Rights, the convention will cover legal, commercial and broadcast views and have presentation on digital rights management, watermarking, content protection and conditional. The issues addressed are disseminated over various sessions and brought under ten different themes.

The first among the ten different themes related to the Broadcast industry that the convention will cover is e-Production for Film and Television. It will delve into issues concerning post-production requirements for the delivery of programming for Digital Television, HDTV, DVD, Digital and Filmic Cinema and the Internet.

The new revenue opportunities, creating content for enhanced television, the future of electronic media and the requirements of interactivity from programme production right through to the demands of the set-top box will be dealt with in Interactivity & Enhanced Television.

Bridging the Digital Divide will look into issues arising from the industry's transition to the digital age and later the session will discuss the differences between analogue and digital standards and the implications of converting to the new technology.

The Digital Transmission Issues session is aimed to provide an in-depth technology updates on the progress of digital TV transmission, including the experiences of current systems on air, evaluation between DTTV standards and as well as the consideration of antennae and feeder systems.

Broadband & Internet will feature communication of broadband, establishment of interactive games, the challenge of interactivity and the implications of broadcasting on the Internet. Apart from this there will be presentations on recruitment and usage of new training methods in Human Resources Development in the Digital Age.

The Business of Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) - Opportunities for All will focus on the as title suggests business aspect of DAB and new DAB developments in the marketplace.

As multi-channel and digital broadcasting present it's set of requirements for measurement, assessment of service quality and management tools the session on Engineering Tools of the 21st Century is going to highlight the advances in centralised control and management systems, the application of IP-based broadcast network and real time management of IP systems.

Towards the end the seminar on Applied Technology will look at the latest technology innovations, such as applications related to high vision animation, multi-format HDTV cameras and development of stroke-based fonts for usage within Chinese, Japanese and Korean broadcasting applications.

The conference will end on the fifth day with a note on progressive stream on Data broadcasting, a digital transmission session organised that promises to deliver to the user, extensive and valuable information after it delves into the capabilities of BML.

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