Conference line-up will spotlight new topics, an impressive assemblage of speakers and interactive dialogues for discerning content producers
The way content is now delivered has rapidly advanced in leaps and bounds. Demand from viewers for better content on multiple platforms has prompted many producers in Asia to seek ways to produce good and right content that has global appeal. With the massive amount of content out there, good quality content has become essential in order to stand out among the competition, as well as pull in and retain viewers' attention.
Back for its fourth edition, the highly anticipated Creative Content Production Conference will run from 19 - 20 June 2013 at Marina Bay Sands Singapore. The conference will feature illustrious industry veterans in their field of expertise, like Mike Lake, CEO of Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios, Vice President of Programming at Fox International Channels; and many more.
“The importance of producing good content and distributing it effectively has become extremely important as we see significant changes to the way content is being created, monetised and experienced. The Creative Content Production Conference continues to re-invent its programme to keep up with the evolving landscape and industry development. We are pleased to introduce new sessions this year, in addition to maintaining a host of high-profile speakers,” says Lindy Wee, Director of PR & Conferences from the event organiser.
Themed “Producing and Distributing Successful Content in Asia”, the two-day conference will address the challenge of producing appealing and high-quality content for global audiences through a series of new topics and speakers including a 'Producers Dialogue' that was developed to serve as an additional avenue for participants to address and anticipate the upcoming trends and demands of the industry.
An all-encompassing event for content producers
Held in conjunction with the Creative Content Production Conference, BroadcastAsia2013 will return with an impressive international line-up of exhibitors. The Cinematography/Film/ Production Zone is slated to expand as Asia's film industry embarks on a promising growth spurt. The four-day event will also spotlight the hottest array of technologies currently available in global marketplace, and address important industry trends and vital challenges that are related to OTT Opportunities in Asia, Next-Gen Innovation and Technology in TV, File-Based Workflow, Pay-TV, DVB-T2, Broadcast Infrastructure and Transmission Quality, Animation, Editing & Colour correction, Motion / Film production, Production / Post Production Software and more.