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Friday, 16 September 2011, 08:00 HKT/SGT

Source: Singapore Exhibition Services (SES)
ABU Collaborates with SES for BroadcastAsia2012 International Conference

SINGAPORE, Sept 16, 2011 - (ACN Newswire) - Singapore Exhibition Services (SES) will be collaborating with the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) in preparation for the BroadcastAsia2012 International Conference that will take place at Suntec Centre from 19 to 22 June in Singapore.

The ABU Technology will assist SES, the organisers of the annual BroadcastAsia International Conference, in selecting the conference theme, outlining the conference programme and identifying the speakers for next year's conference. SES will continue to organise the conference and conduct it alongside the BroadcastAsia exhibition.

The ABU has been closely associated with BroadcastAsia since its inception and is one of the pioneer supporters of this eminent international broadcasting industry event.

The ABU Secretary-General, Dr Javad Mottaghi, said: "I am delighted that SES and the ABU have decided to work together on this prominent event which serves the broadcasting industry in this region and in many other parts of the world. This collaboration between the two organisations will result in positive gains for the conference and the key industry stakeholders."

Mr Stephen Tan, Chief Executive of SES said: "Over the years, BroadcastAsia has established itself as a key hub and platform enabling many global industry players to network and do business together. We believe that this collaboration with the ABU will serve to cement the conference as the must-attend event".

BroadcastAsia2012 International Conferences

The BroadcastAsia International Conference serves as a one-stop platform aggregating the movers and shakers in the industry, bringing audiences up-to-date with the most critical technologies impacting the broadcast ecosystem. Key topics in next year's edition will feature Connected TV, cloud broadcasting, OTT TV and multi-platform delivery, 4G network video transmission, digital radio, as well as ever-challenging topics on file-based workflows, transmission standards/ roll-out and much more.

About the ABU

The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) is a non-profit, non-government, professional association of broadcasting organisations, formed in 1964 to facilitate the development of broadcasting in the Asia-Pacific region and to organise cooperative activities amongst its members. It currently has more than 200 members in about 60 countries, with its broadcaster members reaching a potential audience of about 3 billion people. For more information, please visit www.abu.org.my

For more information, please contact Lilia Loy at lil@sesallworld.com (SES) or Sharad Sadhu at sharad.s@abu.org.my

Juliet Tseng
Senior PR Executive
Singapore Exhibition Services
D: +65 6233 6635
F: +65 6272 2962
E: Juliet@sesallworld.com
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Topic: Trade Show or Conference
Source: Singapore Exhibition Services (SES)

Sectors: Trade Shows, Media & Marketing, IT Individual, Consumer Electronics
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