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  1. 1. booking hotline +44 (0)117 3116 222 2nd annual event iptvworldforumasia a delivering live and on-demand content over broadband 27-29 September 2006 International Convention Centre Oriental Riverside Hotel, Shanghai, China speakers include Zhang Da Zhong Paul Berriman over 20 operators iptv deployments in Asia Group Senior Vice President, Shanghai Head of Strategic Market Development, networking area with over 60 companies Media Group PCCW exhibiting Xiongyan Tang Ricky Wong showcase area covering over 15 Asian & CTO, System Integration Corporation Chairman and Co-Founder, City European operators giving service China Netcom Group Telecom demonstrations Jim White Eric Li VP Triple Play Market Development, , Regional Director, Microsoft TV, Alcatel Hong Kong early booking 31st August platinum sponsors gold sponsors
  2. 2. iptvworldforumasia a dayone launching iptv services in asia Day one will examine the different IPTV launches and will look at the many business considerations that will determine success or failure in Asia, including marketing, customer acquisition and customer resource management (CRM) issues like cross-selling TV services to existing voice/data subscribers and up-selling customers to higher value TV packages. 0800 Registration, Tea & Coffee, sessiontwo sessionthree sessionfour Exhibition ready for expansion winning networks new services Asia is continuing to lead the way in Offering broadcast-quality television has IPTV operators launching against established 0900 Chairman’s Introduction customer acquisition. In a dynamic market obvious bandwidth implications and many PayTV brands may find it hard to convince Robert Clark, Editor at Large, Telecom there are great opportunities for those carriers are looking at ways of upgrading consumers to switch provider. This session Asia television providers who get their business their networks cost-effectively to support looks at advanced services that help customer model, service proposition and next-generation services like VOD, push- acquisition - and which help differentiate IPTV. 0910 Opening Keynote: The role of technologies right. Session two looks at the VOD and HD. IPTV in the changing Triple Play bundle different strategies being utilised to acquire 1600 The new entrant advantage • Media as part of a household bundle of and retain customers, and the key lessons 1400 Afternoon Keynote • How can IPTV providers differentiate from entertainment, communication and being learnt so far. Bill Katherman, Vice President and cable and satellite? information and its consumption evolves Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Scientific- • How do you market services against strong around the world 1130 The national roll out of IPTV in Atlanta, a Cisco Company brands • Mature media markets are evolving China: Shanghai Media Group • Can telcos utitlise their own brand loyalty? quickly and will impact the global content • Shanghai as the test bed for IPTV 1430 Extended service bundles in and David Price, VP of Product Marketing and business deployments in China around IPTV Business Development, Harmonic Inc. • The significant impact of the broadband • BestTV - IPTV deployment and business • What IPTV and entertainment services revolution trends on ‘TV business’ strategies and features are successfully deployed 1620 The nationwide roll-out of IPTV in bringing old and new content to end • BestTV services and marketing today? Japan: NTT’s OnDemand TV users everywhere, all the time • World-leading time-shift TV in Shanghai • What are the appealing services and • The Japanese consumer as an early • Discover the role of IPTV in addressing Zhang Da Zhong, Group Senior Vice features in the near future? adopter of IPTV the needs of the broadband consumer President, Shanghai Media Group • Multi-play on the move: How does IPTV • Lessons from the Osaka deployment Jim White, Vice President, Triple Play converge with fixed and mobile • IPTV and the ISP: strategic plans for Plala Market Development, Alcatel 1150 PCCW’s ‘Now Broadband TV’ - communications? Networks the secrets of success • Multi-play at home: How does IPTV Jay Kishigami, VP & Chief Executive sessionone • Factors behind the successful launch of converge with Smart Home applications? Producer, Convergence Corp. Management iptv: market dynamics triple-play services Josef Lorenz, Senior Vice President Strategy Division, NTT A review of the Asian IPTV market, • Getting the message across - communi- Solution Management, Siemens assessing levels of subscriber uptake, cating the IPTV proposition 1640 Challenges ensuring On-Demand market potential and how important • Marketing and sales strategies including 1450 From content protection to picture-perfect video alliances are helping Asian IPTV develop. service ‘packaging’ service protection • Challenges faced in delivering high quality • How PCCW plans to maintain subscriber • Protecting premium IPTV content for triple play services 0940 Developing market growth and limit churn multiple devices • Likely issues and resolutions for service • Key deployments since 2005 and their Paul Berriman, Head of Strategic Market • How much security is enough? What the assurance impact Development, PCCW studios expect • Preventative steps for seamless flow of IP • Planned IPTV roll-outs 2006-07 • Solving the pre-encryption security services and high QoS • The role of incumbents, alternative 1210 IPTV and next-generation problem Paul D Newell, Director, Customer Solutions broadband providers and ISPs broadband services • Persistent protection for VOD and DVR Asia Pacific, CommTest, JDSU • Market predictions, including subscriber • Broadband services enabled by the IPTV services uptake, 2006-10 triple play • New business models for ‘moving’ video 1700 Unleashing the true potential IPTV Joshua Eum, Director of Solution Centre, • Services deployment, management, and inside the home • How to capture customers quickly and Asia Pacific, Connected Home Solutions, bundling • Transferring content security and rights differentiate services Motorola • Achieving the promise of IPTV from one device to another • Differentiating via innovative pricing, • Winning and retaining subscribers • Monitoring the video lifecycle, reporting packaging and charging 1000 Competitive landscape through superior QoS and customer back and monetizing it • Increasing customer control with self-care • Rational for IPTV: what do operators want experience Alexandre Maes, VP NDS China , Damian Harte, Head of Presales (Asia to achieve? • DSL and FTTH: enabling technologies Pacific), Intec • Benchmark services for key Asian Yaki Sfadya, Associate Vice President, 1510 Hybrid IPTV/DTT markets Broadband Solutions Group, ECI Telecom • What are the benefits of using the local 1720 Panel: Future strategies for success • How are the region’s IPTV providers DTT bouquet for broadcast television? in a competitive pay TV differentiating themselves from 1230 Panel: Lessons from Asia’s early • Regulation and licensing issues when Chair: John Moulding, Editor, New Video cable/satellite? IPTV deployments using a DTT bouquet Business Frank Caruso, Senior Analyst, Huawei Andrew Yeo, Publisher, Asia Pacific • Creating a hybrid IPTV/DTT service Jay Kishigami, VP & Chief Executive Technologies Broadcasting Tomoyuki Okamura, Senior Director, Producer, Convergence Corp. Management Paul Berriman, Head of Strategic Market Digital Technology Planning Office, Strategy Division, NTT 1020 China Netcom: Strategies and Development, PCCW Fuji Television Network Fazal Bahardeen, Vice President, Fixed ambitions Zhang Da Zhong, Group Senior Vice Solutions Division and Next Generation • Video-over-DSL in northern China President, Shanghai Media Group 1530 Afternoon Break & Exhibition Networks, Asia Pacific, Alcatel including lessons from Harbin Simon Woodward, President & CEO, ANT Eric Li, Regional Director, Microsoft TV, Hong • IPTV ambitions and roadmap Kong • Broadband strategy of China Netcom 1300 Lunch, Networking and Exhibition Nick Fielibert, Vice President, CTO & Chief Xiongyan Tang, CTO, System Integration Architect, Europe & Asia, Scientific Atlanta, A Corporation China Netcom Group Cisco Company 1040 Q&A 1800 Summary and Close 1100 Morning Break & Exhibition 1930 Onwards Fashion TV Networking Party at a leading venue in Shanghai register now
  3. 3. iptvworldforumasia a daytwo market differentiation High-tech market research firm, In-Stat, recently predicted that the Asia-Pacific market for IP video services will grow nearly 80 per cent annually between now and 2010, resulting in a US$4.2 billion market. It has also predicted that Asia will account for half of all worldwide Telco TV subscribers by the end of 2009, from a total of 32 million. Just how will the content industry react to this market growth and how will the operators harness the growing number of content and VOD options to deliver a compelling service proposition? 0800 Registration, Tea & Coffee, sessiontwo sessionthree sessionfour Exhibition new distribution models freedom to consume ready for lift-off Television is undergoing another The set-top box is no longer the point of China, India and Korea are three of the 0900 Chairman’s Introduction revolution, with a dramatic increase in the network termination but a content store, markets with the greatest potential for IPTV. Sebastian Moeritz, President, MPEG, number of platforms used to deliver video server and gateway into the This session takes a closer look at the Industry Forum content and the devices used to consume connected home. As content security and unique conditions in each market and it. This session looks at the threats and content distribution models evolve, the focuses on challenges and deployment 0910 Opening Keynote: TV: Towards a opportunities this multi-platform, multi- home gateway will also download content strategies. connected experience device world presents to IPTV providers onto portable devices and even route video • TV has come a long way, but it is still an and assesses how they make themselves into alternative networks for further distri- 1600 Interactive services unconnected experience stand out from the crowd. bution. This session looks at technology • View of multimedia interactive TV • IP and software will do for TV what it did and business considerations as content services for the PC; TVs will become connected 1130 Marketing IPTV services to the everywhere becomes a reality. • Role of internet for personalising TV with each other, and the user experience mass market experience will never be the same • Hong Kong - the world’s most 1400 Creating the Connected Home • Working with internet to enhance • Service providers can make money competitive Pay TV market? • Multi-room PVR: how much is enough services through IPTV via share shift and by growing • Successful strategies in driving uptake for Asia’s TV consumers? Rajesh Sawhney, President, Reliance the TV market of IPTV services: IPTV over Next • IPTV home networking options - wired Entertainment Eric Li, Regional Director, Microsoft TV, Generation Network and wireless Hong Kong • How can IPTV compliment with high • Video gateways vs IP-based home 1620 Korean telcos’ IPTV strategies speed data service? networking solutions • The Korean regulatory market for IPTV sessionone • Near-VOD: enhancing content value and Roy Kirsopp, VP and General Manager, • Role of Government for IPTV Rollouts content delivery & bundling empowering the viewer Amino Communications • Competitive landscape in Korea: Cable This session focuses on content strategies, Ricky Wong, Chairman and Co-founder, vs. IPTV looking at how a successful IPTV operator City Telecom 1420 Key features for IPTV success • Korean telcos’ strategies on IPTV (Telco, has acquired and marketed its content, the • Time-shifting TV enables ‘Any Content Hanaro, Dac) kind of programming that works in Asia, 1150 Sony Pictures Television Any Time’ TV watching Ms. Min-Jeong KIM, Researcher, and how a leading content owner views International and IPTV • High definition TV deployment in Telecom Management Research Team, IPTV as a distribution channel. • What type of content works in Asia: switching mode Telco Corp lessons from the region’s existing Pay TV • Virtual channel vastly increases channel 0940 Exploiting new distribution • The value of local brands capacity compared with broadcast TV 1640 Maximising IPTV marketing & channels in Asia • Helping IPTV operators build an on- • Interactive value-added service platform customer service • What FOX thinks about IPTV in Asia - demand portfolio and what we expect in • Targeted advertisements • IPTV as the next generation of television and why we want to work with you return Bill Huang, Sr. VP&CTO, UTStarcom, Inc. service delivery • Developing relationships: what we want • Is linear programming or on-demand • Delivering a new way of customised from a platform partner content the key for IPTV? 1440 Scalable CA for IPTV services; personalization enabling • News as an interactive resource Ken Lo, Vice President, Business • Entry-level options for small IPTV customers to select specific channels or • How will IPTV effect broadcasters in Development, Asia, Sony Pictures deployments to receive a on-demand programming Asia? Television International Asia • Ensuring that CA systems grow with your • Maximise the IPTV opportunity: a single, Janet Alshouse, Senior Vice President, service flexible, integrated billing and customer International Distribution, FOX News 1210 Content development strategies • CA economics: factors to take into consid- care solution Channel for IPTV eration • Combining product marketing and • Do television schedules still matter? • Protecting hybrid DSL/DTT services customer service to create the 1000 How good content sells IPTV • Delivering the ‘wow’ factor to IPTV: the • Smartcard or software CA: does it matter? foundation for excellent acquisition and • The role good content played in value of new hit series Tore Gimse, CTO, Conax retention achieving 120,000 subscribers • The proven value of VOD on Pay TV Steve Borelli, VP Broadband, Comverse • What kind of content works in Taiwan systems 1500 Panel: Balancing consumer • Acquiring content: local production, • Free VOD and subs VOD: what content freedom with content security 1700 Marketing the IPTV proposition local broadcasters and international works best? Steve Oetegenn, Sr. VP Global Sales & • Marketing TV services to existing voice • Marketing content: packages, Ted Lai, Vice President, International TV, Marketing, Verimatrix and data customers promotions and their impact on take-up Warner Bros. International TV Mathias Hautefort, CEO, Viaccess • Educating and selling next-generation • Negotiating on-demand and interactive Holger Ippach, VP – Global Head of IPTV, services content uses 1230 Panel: Should IPTV operators put Nagravision • Case studies: successful marketing Yi-Fong Chang, Deputy Managing their faith in content Matt Cannard, Vice President of Marketing, strategies Director, Multimedia Dept., Chunghwa Rajesh Sawhney, President, Reliance Widevine Mr Yu Yi Fang, GM, IPTV & Multimedia Telecom Entertainment Doug Lowther, VP of Global Marketing, Product, ZTE Ken Lo, Vice President, Business Irdeto 1020 Panel: Delivering the right Development, Asia, Sony Pictures 1720 Panel: Over-the-top video content for Asian IPTV Television International Asia 1530 Afternoon Break & Exhibition Chair: John Moulding, Editor, New Video Chair: Janine Stein, Editorial Director, Ted Lai, Vice President, International TV, Business ContentAsia Carter Agar, Country Manager, Director, Warner Bros. International TV Carter Agar, Country Manager, Director, iptvnews analyst Dr Tetsuya ONODA, Director, Gaming On Demand Solution Dept, Softbank Walt Disney Internet Group Walt Disney Internet Group Broadmedia Clay Haswell, Managing Director, Asia IPTV News Analyst is a new Ishwar Jha, Sr. Vice President - Business Ricky Wong, Chairman and Co-Founder, and the Pacific, Associated Press subscription newsletter that will closely Technology, Zee Telefilms Ltd City Telecom monitor marketing, business, financial Barry Chan, Sr. Sales Manager, Asia 1050 Q&A and technology strategies. 1300 Lunch, Networking & Exhibition Pacific Region, Seagate 1100 Morning Break & Exhibition 1800 Summary & Close register now
  4. 4. iptvworldforumasia a daythree advanced iptv services The main focus for day three is on personalised television, looking at interactive TV, on-demand services and advertising. Many IPTV providers believe the way to differentiate themselves is to put each individual viewer at the heart of their own content universe and we will hear from operators, content providers and technologists who are working to make it happen. 0800 Registration, Tea & Coffee, sessiontwo sessionthree sessionfour Exhibition on-demand services getting the details right more iptv lessons On-demand television will become a This session looks at advertising, including Our final session of the conference looks at 0900 Chairman’s Introduction mainstay of the PayTV industry and IPTV on-demand advertising and VOD and takes the deployment of new services across the Karthik Ranjan, VP Sales & Marketing, operators have the advantage of utilising a look ‘under the bonnet’ of IP video continent and finishes with a roundup of IntAct Software Ltd this concept from day one. Operators still networks to see what can go wrong and what caught the eye of leading journalists have to make vital decisions on which how to prevent it - thus keeping who attended the full three days. 0910 Opening Keynote: Beyond IPTV – technologies to use, which operating subscribers, programmers and advertisers Why plain old television won’t cut it model to adopt and how to market on- happy - and the revenues flowing. 1600 Personalising TV in Thailand: for telcos demand video. This session reflects on Cascade/True Digital Entertainment • What’s happening in the world of services that have already been deployed 1400 STAR’s IPTV strategies case study The TrueIPTV service offer traditional television successfully and looks at how business • IPTV as an alternative distribution • Business strategy behind IPTV launch • Doing it differently – promoting a mind- models and technologies are evolving - platform • Early indicators: can IPTV change India’s shift in consumer TV habits and attitudes including how the unmanaged public • STAR/PCCW IPTV alliance. Why? What? media landscape? • Winning mind share through putting the internet can be harnessed. Bruce A Oltchick, Executive Vice • Content strategy: rationale for investing user in control – building blocks for President Advertising Sales, Distribution & in TV and production facilities delivering an on-demand, interactive, 1130 How did PCCW gatecrash the Marketing, Star • Future plans for interacting mobile video anywhere, anytime experience Pay TV market in Hong Kong? services with IPTV James Olson, Executive VP TANDBERG , • Differentiating services with person- 1420 Advertising: exploiting the power Dr. Ampai Pornprasertsakul, Deputy Television alised television of IP Director, IPTV Software Development, True • The importance of on-demand video for • Creating new advertising opportunities Internet Thailand sessionone PCCW in linear television exploiting interactivity • Entone’s role in delivering cost-effective • On-demand advertising: what is 1620 The IPTV triple-play in Japan: Evidence from existing interactive TV VOD possible? Technology case study services suggests that good interactive TV • The growing importance of good asset • Tapping the local advertising market • Examining KDDI’s triple-play service content, whether event based, around management • Making IPTV a preferred platform for • Targeting a broad Japanese consumer reality TV, gaming or advertising, increases Tim Warren, CTO, Entone Technologies agencies and big brands? base viewer ratings, and can provide additional Taras Bugir, Chief Strategy Officer, Harris • Preparing network technologies for more revenues from platform operators. Session 1150 Impact of gaming on the Pay TV Corporation advanced IPTV one examines the role of such services. marketplace • Technology migration – ensuring • Games as a service differentiator and 1440 IPTV in Vietnam compatibility with the installed base 0940 Combining the internet and TV revenue generator • Pay TV trends Shuichi Matsumoto, Vice-President, for interactive services • Interactive multiplayer games: is IPTV a • The rationale behind new video services KDDI R&D Labs • View of MiTV’s interactive services good platform? • Deployment, strategies and ambitions • Role of internet for personalising TV • Building gaming communities and Tran Viet Hung, Deputy Director, Vietnam 1640 Wrap up – what caught my eye experience subscriber loyalty Datacommunications Company Nick Snow, Publisher, Advanced • Working with internet to enhance Dr Tetsuya ONODA, Director, Gaming On Television & IPTV International services Demand Solution Dept, Softbank 1500 Panel: Improving IPTV quality of Janine Stein, Editorial Director, Dato’ Ir. Hj. Rosman Ridzwan, Broadmedia experience through testing ContentAsia Chairman, MITV, Malaysia • Five video disasters you can avoid with John Moulding, Editor, New Video 1210 Launching HDTV in France: case proper monitoring Business 1000 Interactive TV, enhanced study • The need for real-time analysis of video applications & EPGs for IPTV • France Telecom’s MaLigne TV service streams 1715 Summary and Close providers • Network readiness and technical consider- • Challenges of monitoring video on IP • Where does it fit in the IPTV business ations for HDTV networks mix? • HD set-top box and content availability • How preventative monitoring saves • iTV services that reduce churn and • Marketing HDTV: promotions, packaging money and keeps subscribers happy increase APRU and pricing Danny Wilson, President & CEO, Tony Haines, Vice President of Business Benjamin Schwarz, International IPTV Pixelmetrix Development, iPanel Projects Manager, France Telecom Andrew Xuebo Wu, Asia Business Development Manager, Network Systems 1020 Panel: Putting subscribers at the 1230 Panel: Taking on-demand video Test Operation, Agilent Technologies business development opportunities centre of their own entertainment to the next level Steve Foy, MPEG Systems Solutions universe Chair: Nick Snow, Publisher, Advanced Manager, Tektronix iptvworldforum is the ideal opportunity Chair: Jeffrey Soong, CEO, Broadband Television & IPTV International Robert Winters, Co-Founder CMO, for new entrants and established players Network Systems Craig Zimbulis, President & COO, Shenick Network Systems to raise their profile in the IPTV industry. Adi Kusma, President Director, Biznet Anytime Pte Ltd It can be used as the ideal backdrop to Metro, Indonesia Raymond Hsu, Vice President of North 1530 Afternoon Break & Exhibition Adam Zecha, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, Kasenna promote products and services to a Affiliate & Syndication Sales, Southeast highly targeted audience. Asia, ESPN STAR Sports 1300 Lunch, Networking & Exhibition For more information, please contact Andrew Gong, Senior Business 1050 Q&A Development Manager, Asia Pacific on 1100 Morning Break & Exhibition +86 10 8762 6842 or email register now
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  6. 6. keyspeakers Zhang Da Zhong Xiongyan Tang Yi-Fong Chang Dato’Ir. Hj. Rosman Ridzwan Tomoyuki Okamura Group Senior Vice President, CTO, System Integration Deputy Managing Director, Chairman, MITV, Malaysia Senior Director, Digital Shanghai Media Group Corporation China Netcom Group Multimedia Dept., Chunghwa Technology Planning Office, Telecom Fuji Television Network, Inc. Zhang Da Zhong is Vice President Xiongyan Tang is Technical Mr Chang is in charge of a wide Dato’ Ir. Hj. Rosman Ridzwan has Tomoyuki Okamura was named of SMG since 2006 as well as Director of China Netcom Group range of IPTV services from more than 23 years experience in Senior Director of Digital general manager of Shanghai System Integration technology to business. He and the local telecommunications and Technology Planning Office in Interactive Television Co. Ltd and Corporation and Executive his team are very experienced in IT industry. 2004. He is in charge of Shanghai Broadband Television Director of Beijing Institute of the field of content acquisition, promoting Digital broadcasting Co. Ltd. Communications. platform operation, content and Digital services. promotion, content programming, platform integration and new service developing. Benjamin Schwarz Jay Kishigami Paul Berriman Ted Lai Adam Zecha International IPTV Projects VP & Chief Executive Producer, Head of Strategic Market Vice President, International TV, Senior Vice President, Affiliate & Manager - Content Division, Convergence Corp. Management Development, PCCW Warner Bros. International TV Syndication Sales, Southeast France Telecom Strategy Division, NTT Asia, ESPN STAR Sports. Benjamin runs international Jay has been creating and Paul’s work has included Ted is responsible for the sale of Adam is responsible for the cable TVoDSL deployments and has promoting the concept of applications for both fixed and WBITD product across all systems, hotels and syndication extensive experience in web “metadata” for the RFID mobile licenses, network strategy platforms in the People’s sales for 16 markets in ESPN portals, search engines, music and broadband services and has and implementation projects, as Republic of China and Hong STAR Sports’ region of operation distribution, TV and video led two main projects of RFID and well as due diligence for institu- Kong, as well as business including the ASEAN countries. services. Broadband related activities. tional investing, lending and development and strategy. acquisitions. Ricky Wong Shuichi Matsumoto Janet Alshouse Dr. Ampai Pornprasertsakul Ken Lo Chairman and Co-Founder, City Vice-President, KDDI R&D Labs Senior Vice President, Deputy Director, IPTV Software Vice President, Business Telecom International Distribution, FOX Development, True Internet Development, Asia, Sony Pictures News Channel Thailand Television International (SPTI) Ricky Wong is responsible for Dr. Matsumoto is currently Vice- Janet Alshouse is the Senior Dr Ampai has experience in IT and Ken works closely with SPTI’s overall planning and management. President of KDDI R&D Vice President of International Service Development for Asia team to help nurture new Under his leadership, the Laboratories Inc. He is in charge Distribution for Fox News, where Telecommunication Business for strategic opportunities across the company has played a major role of general affairs department and she has pioneered the global Land line, Mobile, Internet and three lines of business – in the liberalization of the mobile/wireless research distribution of Fox News Channel Broadband services. Services licensing, international production telecommunications market in department. and NewsEdge. developed are IP-TV, billing and international channels. Hong Kong. system and CRM. register now
  7. 7. theevent who should attend Telcos Technology providers Interactive TV companies Broadcasters Software suppliers Middleware suppliers Content providers System integrators VOD Specialists Device manufacturers Broadband providers Consultancies what you will learn from this event dayone daytwo daythree launching iptv services in asia market differentiation advanced iptv services Understanding the Asian IPTV market Broadband and content delivery over IPTV Interactive value added services within an IPTV Lessons learnt from Asian IPTV deployments Examining the on-demand content solution Key IPTV business models and strategies revolution The advanced TV services generated by IPTV Network considerations and advanced The role of IPTV within The Connected Revenue opportunities within IPTV services Home IPTV enhancement, subscription & consumer IPTV Strategies for India and Korea trends in the South-East Asian market iptv showcase The IPTV World Series website is home to the world’s leading IPTV events. The World Series is a collection of market leading IPTV conference and exhibitions that focus on the key marketing, business and technology challenges facing IPTV service providers. We work hard to deliver the best conference programs featuring speakers who are directly involved in shaping and deploying IPTV services. ipTVnews ipTV News is a leading site that provides up-to-the-minute and in-depth information across the industry spectrum. Alliances and technological developments are being announced almost daily in this rapidly growing industry. ipTV News is the online source for all the breaking news, case studies, features, white papers, reports, video content and events information. Visit future junction events the connected home iptv world forum latin america iptv world forum Where: London Where: Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro Where: London When: 5-6 March, 2007 When: 30-31 Jan 2007 When: 5-7 March, 2007 researched and developed Junction Ltd is a leading specialist in marketing communications and events for the digital technology market. Our expertise includes home networking, iptv, digital radio, interactive TV advertising, enhanced TV, mobile tv and many more subjects. For further information on events in 2006 & 2007 visit E | T | +44 (0)117 3116 220 F | +44 (0) 117 3116 221 register now
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