Friday, 13 July 2007

Broadcast Technology Market Estimated at $11 Billion

The global broadcast technology market is worth $11 billion and is set to grow at 11 per cent with the pace being set in Europe, Middle East and Africa. This fact was highlighted in the Broadcast Asia 2007 Asia’s biggest industry event held in Singapore from 19 Jun-22 Jun 2007. The Event included an Exhibition and Conference and was concurrently held with CommunicAsia 2007, EnterpriseIT and InteractiveDME organised by the Singapore Exhibition Services.
This year during the exhibition, 2400 exhibiting companies from 65 countries showcasing convergent technologies that boundaries of telecommunications, network, enterprise solutions and entertainment sectors. Around 67000 people from surrounding areas and overseas gained first-hand experience of living a Digital Lifestyle.

Sunday, 1 July 2007

Mobile TV on the Swing

The whole world is talking about the new media these days. India is not very far behind. Both IPTV and Mobile TV have brought us on the world map and India's growth statistics have started appearing in the International surveys. Even at the recently concluded Broadcast Asia and CommunicaAsia 2007at Singapore, most talked about and demonstrated technologies were of IPTV and Mobile TV. Digital markets for digital communications have become passe. It is digital entertainment occupying the front rows now.
Mobile TV entered the arena much after IPTV but has gone far ahead because of its easy reach to the customers. Entertainment any time and anywhere has made mobile TV more popular. It matches so well with the life style of the modern man and woman. It satisfied their need for entertainment, communications, data transfers and voice conversation all through the same gadget any time of the day using that small little wonder we call mobile phone. Infact if we have a chance of achieving real convergence, it is through this little instrument. The best part is that this will always compliment the existing technologies of Cable Television and DTH and not compete with them. After all no one will watch television on that 3 inch screen for hours but it can prompt them to watch more of the big screen. 

July 2007

Monday, July 2, 2007 -- Iran put into operation a 24 hour English language satellite TV Channel Called ‘Press TV’.

Can Infrastructure be Shared in Broadcasting Sector

Broadcasting Industry today has grown to an enormous size in the country. Each Distribution Platform Operator (DPO) retransmits on an ave...