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  1. 1. 25+ industry leaders 10 real world case studies 7 hours of networking 4 roundtables 1 exclusive masterclass 28-30 November 2006, Hilton, Sydney, Australia Key speakers include: Bart Becks CEO Belgacom Skynet Alice Tan CEO Media Corp TV12 Singapore Philip King General Manager, Video Services Telecom New Zealand Jeffrey Soong CEO Broadband Network Systems Ltd Jack Ford Managing Director- Australia & New Zealand Fast forward! Sony Pictures Television International Australasia’s IPTV and Triple Play Executive Summit Rosemary Howard Managing Director, • Hear the latest case studies from world leading service providers and content owners Fixed Line Telstra • Understand how to develop profitable, sustainable business models for IPTV • Learn how to develop a content strategy for IPTV services John Karantzis Managing Director • Discover the best way to market IPTV to your customers Reeltime • Get critical insights into how to future proof your IPTV technology investment • Understand the economic benefits and challenges related to IPTV Tony Manton Senior VP of Programming PLUS don’t miss an exclusive post-conference workshop ‘Managing IPTV’s Achilles’ heel: ANYTIME Value Innovation Workshop – Scenario Planning for Content Management Game Plan’ led by Siew Kam Soon, Managing Consultant – ICT Practice, Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan. Limited space only! Liew Kim Siong Vice President, Corporate Platinum sponsor: Gold sponsor: Session sponsors: Communications M2B World Early Bird Discount Media partner: Researched and developed by: Book before 28 September 2006 and save over AUD350! www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv
  2. 2. IPTV Australasia 2006 www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv Fast Forward! IPTV subscriber base to grow twelve-fold by 2010 Leading technology analysts predict that by 2010 the international IPTV The Terrapinn Difference subscriber base will grow to 63 million; a phenomenal 92.1 percent compound annual growth rate. This will generate US$ 27 billion in IPTV At Terrapinn we pride ourselves not only on the seniority and expertise service revenue. Stunning numbers by any measure but very real going of our speakers, but also on the unique conference experiences we by the raft of deployments in Europe, Asia and the US. offer you as a delegate. As well as the ample networking breaks we provide, we offer an exciting conference format that maintains Where is Australasia in this picture? everybody’s interest and gives you personally the chance to get involved in the debate. As the IPTV and Triple Play market in Australasia evolves from an interesting concept into a revenue generating proposition, telecoms, broadcast and media leaders from the region and across the world come together at IPTV Australasia 2006. The conference will focus on how Bring 100+ business cards! players in the market can develop and deploy IPTV services through the N E T WO R K I N G inception of profitable business strategies, improved broadband This is the revolutionary, exciting, quick and non-pressured way to networks, evolving access technologies, and emerging delivery devices. meet fellow conference delegates and industry peers in one 45- minute session. These brief meetings are the starting point for Discuss all this and more in an interactive conference with over seven conversation and networking throughout the conference. This is hours of networking including Terrapinn’s exclusive Speed Networking where long-lasting and profitable business relationships begin. session. Five reasons to attend: 1. Join the region’s leading IPTV and Triple Play practitioners and global leaders at a world class conference 2. Participate in an exclusive post-conference workshop focusing specifically on content acquisition, partnerships and delivery 3. Be involved in interactive discussions on strategic business models for the Australasian market 4. Find out how dynamic bundling, differentiation and segmentation strategies can maximise your ARPU 5. Expand your network of contacts and brainstorm solutions with peers and thought leaders during more than seven hours of networking By attending this conference you will hear proven strategies and insights you can implement today. High-level interactive panel discussions. These sessions offer you Who Should Attend? the chance to ask the questions you want answers for! Telecommunications Carriers Investment Internet and Bankers and Broadband Analysts Service Providers Consultants Broadcast and Legal Media Who should attend? Energy and Content Infrastructure Contact all conference attendees Providers Systems before and after the event. A great way to make sure you are able to meet the important people you want to form business relationships Cable and Satellite Content Service Providers Aggregators with. This is a secure system and only delegates who “opt in” will be available for contact. Programmers See the most advanced products, understand and Distributors and engage in face-to-face meetings with the commercial sector. Book before Thursday 28 September and take advantage of the exclusive early bird discount rate and save Book your place NOW hundreds of dollars! Call today on +61 2 9005 0777 or Simply fax the registration form at the back of this register online at www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv brochure to +61 2 9281 5517
  3. 3. Day One, Tuesday 28 November 2006 www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv Fast Forward! 8:30 Registration and welcome coffee John Lindsay, Carrier Relations Manager, Internode IPTV AND TRIPLE PLAY MARKET DRIVERS – PAST, PRESENT AND 12:45 Lunch FUTURE Panel discussion 9:00 Welcome and opening address by chair 1:45 Applying retail models to on-demand services • The impact of broadband trends on changing user demands • Engineering pricing models to increase buy rate and revenues • The challenges of growing competition • The benefits of segmentation and targeted pricing Paul Budde, Managing Director, Budde.com • Gaining the edge with non-exclusive content • Attracting early adopters with subsidised equipment pricing Keynote • Subscription vs traffic based pricing 9:15 The residential gateway: Give the people what they want Panellists: Philip King, General Manager, Video Services, • The digital home – driving the triple play revolution Telecom New Zealand • How has the subtle shifting of power from the provider to the consumer catalysed innovation and distribution? John Lindsay, Carrier Relations Manager, Internode • Residential Gateways – golden opportunity to know and Rosemary Howard, Managing Director, Fixed Line, Telstra deliver what people want CONTENT ACQUISITION AND PARTNERSHIPS Bart Becks, CEO, Belgacom Skynet Case Study Keynote 2:20 Content + Convenience = A unique customer experience 9:40 Broadband TV Strategies – A content providers view • Convenience as the key differentiator • What are the challenges and opportunities that IPTV presents • Hollywood and solution providers – emerging symbiosis for content owners • What content is popular and how do people want to view it • What is the optimal business model? • Building a good on demand platform • What are the concerns and requirements of the content Tony Aduckiewicz, CEO, Video on Demand industry in working with service providers? Jack Ford, Managing Director – ANZ, Sony Pictures Television Panel discussion International 2:45 The challenges of paradigm shifting • Managing content ownership and distribution Panel discussion • Telcos and content acquisition – the new game 10:05 How the IPTV ecosystem can drive innovation • Strategies for acquisition, rights negotiation and licensing • Integrating the necessary elements – from encoders to set • Re-purposing and re-designing content and scheduling tops and from BSS systems to content providers Panellists: Jack Ford, Managing Director – ANZ, Sony • How vendors from many areas are working together to Pictures Television International ensure successful and timely IPTV deployments Tony Aduckiewicz, CEO, Video on Demand • The lessons learned from previous IPTV deployments Jeff Brown, Manager, Business Development, Sky News Moderator: Jeffrey Soong, CEO, Broadband Network Australia Systems Ltd Carsten Larsen, CIO & General Manager Commercial Panellists: Bart Becks, CEO, Belgacom Skynet Development, TransAct Tony Manton, Senior VP of Programming, ANYTIME Rohan Lund, Director, Digital Media Group, Seven Network Matthew Healy, National Manager, Regulatory & Government, 3:20 Afternoon Tea Macquarie Telecom Case study Ian Walker, Director of New Business Development for IPTV, 3:50 How IPTV is driving cross industry mergers Advanced Digital Broadcast SA Convergence is leading to new alliances which leverage the 10:40 strengths of partners to deliver rich content across multiple Bring 100+ business cards platforms. Broadcasters and new media companies are N ET WO R K I N G combining to offer consumers enhanced quality of experience, personalisation, user generated content and interactivity. 11:10 Morning Coffee Rohan Lund, Director, Digital Media Group, Seven Network STIMULATING REVENUE AND INCREASING CUSTOMER LOYALTY Case Study International Presentation 4:25 Driving demand through accessibility 11:30 IPTV – the new cash cow for telcos? • Complexity of accessing content As technology advances convergence, telcos are seeking new • The challenge of making content available across multiple ways to leverage meaningful, interactive IP applications to platforms generate services that consumers want and will pay for. As • Inhibitors to content access voice revenues become fully commoditised and decline, video • Bundling content and services on demand offers a new source of revenue. Carsten Larsen, CIO and General Manager Commercial Philip King, General Manager, Video Services, Telecom New Development, TransAct Zealand NEXT GENERATION SERVICES Case study International presentation 11:55 From product packaging to true integrated services – The 4:50 Providing IPTV services through hybrid technology value of an integrated bundle • Drivers for technology convergence • It’s no more about bundling disparate products • Technical challenges in providing a unified service offering • Increased ARPUs and reduced churn from integrated • Future developments for the hybrid strategy services delivery • Hybrid is a reality – European telco experience • Strategies for increased loyalty, satisfaction and stickiness Ian Walker, Director of New Business Development for IPTV, Rosemary Howard, Managing Director, Fixed Line, Telstra Advanced Digital Broadcast SA Case study International Presentation 12:20 Where do the ISP’s stand? 5:15 Next generation services and product differentiation in IPTV • Multicast – what is it and why is it important Tony Manton, Senior VP of Programming, ANYTIME • Side-stepping network bottlenecks • Old business models on new networks 5:40 Close of day one & cocktails
  4. 4. Day Two, Wednesday 29 November 2006 www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv Fast Forward! 8:30 Welcome Coffee • More than just the Internet made faster, multi-megabit broadband is a paradigm-shifting technology 9:00 Opening remarks from chair • What technologies are required to make this broadband • Key deployments across the world – Asia, Europe, US revolution a reality and what new end-user services will emerge • New opportunities and technologies Geof Heydon, Director of Innovation & Market Development, • IPTV’s Achilles’ heel: Tangling and untangling the content Alcatel Asia Pacific value chain Siew Kam Soon, Managing Consultant – ICT Practice, Asia Technology presentation Pacific, Frost & Sullivan 12:45 IP set tops and home networking IP set tops offer many advanced features but taking advantage THE PIONEERS: BEST PRACTICE IPTV DEPLOYMENT of the benefits unleashed by having multiple set tops Keynote communicate can be a home networking challenge. How have 9:15 The Future of Content advances in IP set top designs and new home networking • What is new media world all about? technologies enabled interoperability to provide consumers • Is the old media world dead? with the ultimate in content viewing convenience and flexibility • Is content king? Speaker to be advised • What part do distribution platforms play in the future of media? 1:10 Lunch Mick Stanic, Emerging Technology Evangelist & General Manager, Dreampool Digital 2:10 Roundtable discussion sessions Keynote Take part in one of 3 interactive roundtable 9:40 Mass market IPTV and ensuring your business thrives in discussions; each led by an industry expert. the on-demand environment Roundtable 1: Bundling the right products • Reacting to consumer behaviour shifts and the evolution of deployment business models Roundtable 2: Simplifying the pricing models and service • How consumers’ demand for choice and control are interface reshaping television, and what can be done to make this new Roundtable 3: Monetising the VOD proposition entertainment medium come alive. Alice Tan, CEO, Media Corp TV 12 Singapore MARKETING IPTV AND TRIPLE PLAY SERVICES International case study Case Study 10:05 Delivering the ultimate lifestyle media experience to 3G, PC 2:40 Sticky marketing – selling triple play & IPTV and now TV • Designing a clearly differentiated customer centric dynamic • Factors behind the successful global IPTV launch proposition • Adding value: Communicating the IPTV proposition • Packaging a low cost, high quality, user friendly service to • A profitable business model for broadband raise buyer rates • Building global alliances with local partners • Empowering existing customers to raise stickiness Liew Kim Siong, Vice President, Corporate Communications, • Where are the niche audiences that will drive revenue growth M2B World and uptake? Justin Jameson, Managing Director, Spectrum Strategy Case Study Consultants 10:30 Pushing IPTV into the Australian market – A first mover perspective Case Study • Broadcast vs IPTV – the regulatory environment 3:05 Leveraging the content brand in IPTV • Network vs NET neutrality – what drives what? • IPTV – an alternative to the traditional broadcast TV model • Content – how much is enough and in what mix? • Brand marketers becoming broadcasters • Exploiting ‘the long tail’ of content for IPTV success • Using IPTV to engage directly with target audiences John Karantzis, Managing Director, Reeltime • Implications for content creation and ownership Chris Flintoft, Director Wireless & Broadcast,Hyro 10:55 Morning Coffee 3:30 Afternoon Tea Panel discussion 11:20 Best practice deployment – benchmarking global services Case Study • What are the key issues to consider when deploying 4:00 Geelong’s Own TV Channel (GOTV) – localising the IPTV • Working closely with partners proposition • Getting the technology mix right • Offering micro-local and niche content • Pricing and the consumer experience • Extending reach through innovative solutions using available John Karantzis, Managing Director, Reeltime broadband technology and the neighbourhood cable Kim Siong Liew, Vice President, M2B World Singapore & USA • Niche market – filling the need for a local television channel Gary Southwell, General Manager – IPTV, Juniper Networks Adam Tribe, Managing Director, GOTV Alice Tan, CEO, Media Corp TV 12 Singapore THE FUTURE FOR IPTV IN AUSTRALASIA International presentation Panel Discussion 11:55 IPTV and beyond – Rapidly and cost-effectively deploying 4:25 How far? How soon? IPTV and multiplay service offerings IPTV in Europe, Asia and the US has exploited the disruptive • The heart of multiplay revenue – shifting from broadcast power of internet and has changed the form and function of content to a menu of “on-demand” unicast services how information, communication and entertainment is • Deriving more revenue from multiple service bundles with delivered. Will Australia join the revolution? increasing ARPU over time at a lower TCO John Karantzis, Managing Director, Reeltime Gary Southwell, General Manager – IPTV Solutions, Juniper Liew Kim Siong, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Networks M2B World Geof Heydon, Director of Innovation & Market Development, MAKING IT ALL PLAY TOGETHER: ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES Alcatel Asia Pacific Technology presentation Justin Jameson, Managing Director, Spectrum Strategy 12:20 The Broadband Revolution – Our Digital Future Consultants • High-bandwidth, multi-megabit broadband will change the 5:00 Close of conference way people run their lives
  5. 5. Day Three, Thursday 30 November 2006 www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv Post-conference Masterclass Managing IPTV’s Achilles’ heel: Your workshop leader Value Innovation Workshop – Siew Kam Soon Scenario Planning for Content Managing Consultant – ICT Practice (Asia Pacific) Management Game Plan Frost & Sullivan Content management has been perceived as the ‘Pandora box’ for Siew Kam Soon is a Managing Consultant with the ICT most IPTV service providers. Especially for hardcore telco players, the practice consulting team at Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific. content management game has been perceived with fear and He is a resident expert on business strategy trepidation as the right balance can determine whether a service transformation, organisational development and change management. provider will thrive, survive or demise. This is because the industry structures and parameters are being redefined at a volatile and diverse Kam Soon focuses on providing customised consultation in the pace. This not only redefines the way content is delivered, but also the software and services sector in Asia Pacific and the public sector maneuvering of competition to embrace unorthodox turfs and comprising various ICT governing bodies and regulators. He has competitors. worked on numerous projects for clients including strategic mapping, market positioning, convergence pathing, change management This workshop intends to simulate and simplify the above complexities planning and implementation, as well as market strategy consultation. through a scenario planning and management approach. Different scenarios and positioning options would be formed and applied in the Kam Soon holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration with First simulation exercises. The exercises involved in the simulation will be Class Honours from the University of Darussalem. mapped close to realistic projections while at the same time include all the participants in engaging role plays. Ultimately, the key focus is on how telco players can manage the unpredictable scenario in a more realistic and confident manner. Attendees of the workshop can expect to derive insights on how the changes in the content value chain can be contextualised and capitalised on, rather than feared. Participants of the workshop can expect the following key takeaways: • Understanding the nature and evolution of content demand • Knowing how to have the right content focus • Finding synergies in content management • Acquiring content management capabilities for key scenarios Course times and documentation Registration starts at 8:30am. The masterclass will commence at 9:00am and finish at 1:00pm. Lunch and refreshments will be served at appropriate times. Participants will receive all masterclass materials. Official media partner: TVover.net is a leading site that aggregates news and information about IPTV, Internet TV, and related topics. In addition we provide a directory of web sites EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT offering video or Internet TV, forums for discussion (IPTV Forums), and an informational site (IPTV Information). For more information please Book before 28 September 2006 and save $350! visit http://www.tvover.net or contact us at info@tvover.net. About the venue Hilton Sydney is a hotel unlike any other, one which lets you eat, sleep and meet as well as play in style under the one roof. Hilton Sydney, right in the heart of the city with magnificent views and convenient access to the citie’s favourite destinations, offers a truly inspired experience.
  6. 6. IPTV Australasia 2006 www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv Fast Forward! The who’s who of IPTV Australasia 2006 Bart Becks, Jeffrey Soong CEO CEO Belgacom Skynet Broadband Network Systems Bart Becks is the CEO of Belgian telecom leader Jeffrey Soong is the CEO of Broadband Network Systems Belgacom Skynet and of Extenseo, the Belgian leader for Ltd, a leading Asia-focused IPTV enabler providing Search Engine Marketing. Chairman of the board and service operators with technology integration, content CEO of Skynet Imotion Activities, Bart Becks is also Vice-President of aggregation and strategy consulting. Jeffrey has over 20 years of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Belgium chapter and a member experience in the fields of entertainment, technology, and international of the strategic council of IAB Europe. finance, and is a recognized expert on the subject of entertainment and technology convergence. Alice Tan CEO Adam Tribe Media Corp TV12 Singapore Managing Director Alice Tan was appointed CEO of MediaCorp TV12, GOTV & The Tribe Film and Television Productions Singapore in May 2004. Prior to this she was CEO of Adam Tribe has been the Managing Director of The Media Corp’s TV Mobile, spearheading the additional Tribe Film and Television Productions since 1993.The portfolio of Singapore’s first digital outdoor broadcast media. Alice was company has produced content for all of Australia’s free named as one of the Top 25 Executives in Asia in the Television Asia to air channels, as well as local and international cable channels, Magazine in 2000. She was Chairperson of the Programming Committee production houses and distributors. As Managing Director of Now What of the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. Media Group, Adam and his team launched the combined cable TV and IPTV channel, GOTV, Geelong’s Own TV Channel, in July 2006. Jack Ford Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand Rosemary Howard, Sony Pictures Television International Managing Director, Fixed Line, Jack Ford has been the Managing Director, Sony Pictures Telstra Television International, Australia since March of 1995. Rosemary recently joined Telstra Product Management, as As Managing Director, Mr. Ford is responsible for all Managing Director, Fixed Line. She brings with her a aspects of Sony Picture’s businesses in Australia/New Zealand/South wealth of experience with the most recent as Chief Pacific. He supervises all business dealings involving program Executive, TelstraClear, Telstra’s subsidiary challenger business in New distribution, pay TV, channel ownership and operation, and television Zealand. Prior to joining TelstraClear in 2001, Rosemary was one of production. Telstra’s most senior women executives, running one of its fastest growing business units – Telstra Wholesale. Previously, Rosemary worked in a number of other management roles in Telstra and the NSW Government. Philip King General Manager, Video Services Telecom New Zealand Tony Aduckiewicz As General Manager Video Services, Philip King is CEO responsible for developing Telecom’s future video and Video on Demand television based services. Prior to this, Philip headed up In addition to being CEO of VOD Pty Ltd., Tony is a Telecom New Zealand’s Corporate Affairs Group with responsibility for Director of Civic Video. Tony has also acted as General issues management, brand strategy and stakeholder communications. Manager (Retail) of Dymocks Booksellers and General Manager of Sportscene Australia. VOD is the first company to provide commercial video on demand services in Australia. VOD commenced Tony Manton, its first commercial rollout in April 2001 over the TransACT network in Senior Vice President, Programming and Acquisitions, Canberra, A.C.T. ANYTIME Tony Manton is currently Senior Vice President of Programming as well as Country Manager for Australia, Liew Kim Siong, Vice President, Corporate New Zealand and South Korea. Prior to joining Communications, M2B World ANYTIME, Tony gained extensive experience in both Film and Liew Kim Siong is the vice president, corporate Television; firstly at Village Roadshow and Greater Union Film communications for M2B World, the leading brand of Distributors then as Managing Director of Viacom Australia and Vice Amaru Inc, a Nevada corporation which through its President and Managing Director of Turner International. multiple subsidiaries is a leader in broadband media entertainment business. The companies under the M2B brand are a major provider of interactive entertainment on-demand, education on demand and e- John Karantzis commerce over broadband channels, internet portals and 3G devices. Managing Director Reeltime Media Ltd Rohan Lund, Director, Digital Media& Strategic John has been involved in digital media for many years, Investments, Seven Network including digital TV broadcasting in Singapore and the Rohan currently holds the position of Director, Digital rollout of Video on Demand and content delivery Media & Strategic Investments for Seven Network systems in Malaysia. He has been Director of Movies On-line Ltd, a Limited overseeing all digital interests for Seven and Perth company specialising in content delivery and operations and is the Pacific Magazines, including online, mobile and digital founder of Reeltime Entertainment, a company specialising in on-line television. He is also a director of Yahoo!7 Pty Limited and m.Net digital distribution of screen content. Corporation Pty Limited. Prior to joining Seven, Rohan was Director of Corporate Development and Strategy for SingTel Optus handling major initiatives such as the sale of Optus and integration with SingTel, the Foxtel content sharing deal and the Uecomm takeover.
  7. 7. IPTV Australasia 2006 www.terrapinn.com/2006/iptv Fast Forward! Sponsorship and marketing As a sponsor, you will have a unique platform to network with industry colleagues and meet new prospects while enhancing your corporate opportunities profile and goodwill to highly targeted, decision-making audience. The Australasian IPTV and Triple Play Summit brings together Take advantage of this opportunity to speak, demo, exhibit, leading innovators from all facets of the IPTV ecosystem to provide promote and publicise... and most of all, network with leading critical perspectives on IPTV technologies and strategies for industry players. deployment and implementation. It will provide the high-level presentations, exhibition and networking opportunities that such a growth market deserves and will look in detail at how IPTV providers can fulfill their potential in a competitive marketplace. Technology developers and technology implementers must place their bets now on the right technologies for today’s IPTV deployments and tomorrows Next Generation services. IPTV and Triple Play Australasia 2006 represents a tremendous opportunity for companies to meet with: • Operators • Content owners • Broadcasters • Satellite companies • ISP’s • Programmers Contact John Pozoglou now on +61 2 90050788 or john.pozoglou@terrapinn.com for more information about the opportunities available. Existing sponsors include: Platinum sponsor: Session sponsors: Siemens’ IPTV deployment ADB (www.adbglobal.com) is a leader in the design, success is built on delivering development and supply of high-quality, set-top boxes home entertainment solutions to the world-wide digital television market. The that are convenient, TV-centric and easy to use for consumers and, for Company has deployed over 7 million units, across operators, enabling the deployment of the most open, secure and cable, IPTV, satellite and terrestrial networks, incorporating the scalable standards-based technologies that the market offers. The industry’s pioneering middleware, conditional access and hardware SURPASS Home Entertainment solution includes centralized back- technologies. ADB is a key supplier of hybrid IPTV set-top boxes to office management platforms for service providers, complete branding Fastweb, HanseNet and Telefonica. control and tools for tailoring the look and feel of all user interfaces, ADB is a member of ADB Group (www.adbholdings.com). including program guides and Web portals. Complete vendor interoperability is also provided for digital rights management and ADB. Defining Digital. head-end components. www.siemens.com Alcatel provides communications solutions to Gold sponsor: telecommunication carriers, Internet service providers and enterprises for delivery of voice, data and video Juniper Networks revolutionizes the applications to their customers or employees. Alcatel brings its leading economics of information exchange, with position in fixed and mobile broadband networks, applications and purpose-built, high-performance routing and services, to help its partners and customers build a user-centric security platforms for mission-critical networks. broadband world. With sales of EURO 13.1 billion and 58,000 employees in 2005, Alcatel operates in more than 130 countries. Juniper Networks focuses on customers who constantly face trade- www.alcatel.com offs in their efforts to create a secure and dependable experience for their users, including issues related to comprehensive network security protection, network performance for realtime applications including VoIP application acceleration solutions, and WAN optimisation. , www.juniper.net
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