Verimatrix Demonstrates Content Security Leadership at the Asia Television Forum 2007

Joins the Motion Picture Association’s Centre for Content Protection in Asia Pacific

Asia Television Forum 2007, Singapore, Nov. 28, 2007 – Verimatrix, setting the standard in content security technologies that enhance the value of pay-TV networks, today demonstrates its commitment to leadership in content security with its participation at the Asian Television Forum 2007 and its membership in the regional Centre for Content Protection (CCP), supported by the Motion Picture Association (MPA),

The Centre, launched today at the Digital Future Symposium, held in conjunction with the Asia Television Forum 2007, aims to be the premier resource centre for information on content protection and digital distribution in Asia Pacific.

Recently named the global leader in IPTV content security by industry analyst firms TelecomView and MRG, Verimatrix is well positioned to provide industry knowledge and technical expertise to the Centre’s programs, supporting its vision for a secure digital marketplace where content creators, distributors and consumers can participate with confidence.
 
With offices in Hong Kong and Tokoyo, Verimatrix currently secures networks at NTT’s On Demand TV, Korea Telecom (KT), Neo Index in Japan, Time Broadband India/ MTNL and VideoEzy in Australia among others.  Earlier this year the company was selected as the winner of InfoVision Award and the China Outstanding IPTV Solution Award.

“Developments in the broadcast arena, like IPTV, are opening doors to a wealth of new delivery models that promise more personal, more immersive, interaction with content. The challenge is in creating a secure framework for these ideas to thrive,” said Steve Oetegenn, chief sales and marketing officer at Verimatrix. “In this way, the mission of the Centre for Content Protection is very much in line with Verimatrix’s – to enhance the value of content to all stakeholders in the industry.”

Oetegenn is speaking at the Digital Future Symposium on “The Softer Side of DRM: Enabling Entertainment” highlighting a “3 Dimensional” or layered approach to content protection that will enable, rather than inhibit, future delivery business models. Verimatrix will also be hosting the luncheon on the 28th November, at the Digital Future Symposium and will be demonstrating its award-winning VCAS solution for content security. For more information, please click here.

About the Motion Picture Association
The Motion Picture Association (MPA) represents the interests of major motion picture companies in the global marketplace. On behalf of its member companies, the MPA conducts investigations around the world, assists with the criminal and civil litigation generated by such cases, and conducts education outreach programs to teach movie fans around the world about the harmful effects of piracy. The MPA directs its worldwide antipiracy operations from its headquarters based in Los Angeles, California and has regional offices located in Brussels (Europe, Middle East and Africa), São Paulo (Latin America), Montreal (Canada) and Singapore (Asia-Pacific). The MPA’s anti-piracy activities have helped to transform entire markets from pirate to legitimate, benefiting video distributors, retailers, and foreign and local filmmakers alike. The MPA member companies include: Buena Vista International, Inc.; Paramount Pictures Corporation; Sony Pictures Releasing International Corporation; Twentieth Century Fox International Corporation; Universal International Films, Inc.; and Warner Bros. Pictures International, a division of Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. For more information about the MPA, please visit www.mpa-i.org.

About Verimatrix
Verimatrix sets the standard for software-based content security and revenue enhancement technologies in pay-TV networks, with a global customer base of telecommunications providers.  The Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS™) offers a suite of next-generation technologies that has been independently audited and ranked as the global leader in IPTV content protection.  VCAS was designed for two-way and hybrid networks to protect content and enhance revenue streams, while combating digital piracy wherever it occurs within the distribution chain.  The company’s content security experts maintain close relationships with the major studios and broadcasters to help address the challenges facing pay-TV networks of today, and those of tomorrow.  Verimatrix customers benefit with most favorable access to premium content, enabling the richest, most versatile viewing experience for their digital video subscribers.  For more information on why VCAS is the most widely deployed IPTV content security system with tier one operators, please visit www.verimatrix.com.

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ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium 2008

 A special workshop on Content Protection will be held at the upcoming ABU Digital Broadcast in Malaysia. At this session we will discuss the importance of content protection for Free To Air TV.  As content protection needs to be regional and seamless, we invite your presence and cooperation for this special occasion.

Additionally, we will be proposing a potential “ABU Content Protection Principles.” The point of such a document is for its consideration to the General Assembly in November. Such “Content Protection Principles” have been adopted for Pay TV at CASBAA, and also proposed at other organizations.

Do let us know of your availability to attend our workshop by the 1st Mar latest. There will also be a drinks session on the 12th of March,

Date: 13 Mar
Time: 4 PM-5.30 PM
Place: Workshop @ Prince Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Additional event: Networking drinks session

Date: 12 Mar
Time: 6 PM
Place: Prince Hotel, Residence Lounge, Level 10

For Networking drinks session, please RSVP to Cherlyn_lu@contentprotection.net

Thank you and best regards
Isa Seow and Cherlyn Lu
Centre for Content Protection (CCP)

Workshop Agenda: “Content Protection Principles and the Role of Government.”

For free over-the-air broadcasting to remain a viable means of distribution, the transition to digital television must be accompanied by a solution to prevent its unauthorized redistribution over the Internet. Audiovisual content rights holders are more likely to make their works available when they are adequately protected against illegal reproduction and retransmission. The Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) provides a good forum for thoughtful discussions on this topic as its members consider their eventual digital transitions. In this session participants will discuss the draft recommendations to ABU on a regional “Content Protection Principles for FTA TV.” This session will also cover introductory policy-issues on content protection.

For more information and background on the subject, please see Williams, Jim C. (2005). “Preserving the Viability of Broadcast TV” Asia Pacific Technical Review Journal. Jul-Aug. Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU).

 
ABU Digital Broadcasting Symposium 2008
10-13 March 2008
Prince Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

PROGRAMME  To download a copy of the programme, please click here
www.abu.org.my/dbsymposium

SYMPOSIUM THEME – Progression to digital and mobile services Implementation of digital and mobile broadcasting services is gaining momentum in the Asia-Pacific region. However, technology does not stand still and new enhancements are being introduced to digital broadcasting systems, programme content innovations and the resulting business strategies. This Symposium aims to address these aspects and discuss how implementation strategies, consumer services and business planning can be employed to undertake the progression to digital and mobile services. With an emphasis on mobile services, the symposium has a strong element of digital radio and TV broadcasting, while two sessions are devoted to programming issues; content creation for mobile TV, and content and services for shortwave digital radio. Technology workshops provide focused presentation of specific technologies for radio, TV and mobile broadcasting. Participation of major industry players makes this a “must attend” event for broadcasting executives.

DBS CONFERENCE >>> Day 1 MONDAY (10 March)
OPENING
CEREMONY
09:00 – 09:45
“PERSPECTIVES” – Veronica Pedrosa, News Anchor, Aljazeera English
WELCOME ADDRESS – David Astley, Secretary-General, Asia-Pacific Broadcasting
Union
ADDRESS by Chief Guest
INDUSTRY KEYNOTE – Dr Kamil A Grajski, President, FLO Forum, VP Engineering,
QUALCOMM

PRESENTATION OF SPECIAL AWARD TO PETER SENGER, CHAIRMAN, DRM

SESSION 1
09:50 – 10:30
DIGITAL AND MOBILE SYSTEMS – MAKING THE APPROPRIATE CHOICES

Chairpersons: Dr Kazuyoshi Shogen, NHK and Haji Abu Bakar Ab Rahim, RTM

This session discusses the many digital & mobile systems in existence and enhancements
that have been introduced to these systems. The session helps broadcasters to understand
new features of these systems to assess which of these suit their particular requirements
and environments.

Latest Developments in HD Radio Technology
Scott Stull, Vice President, Broadcast Business Development, iBiquity Digital Corporation,
USA
DAB+ – The Future for Radio in a Multimedia World
Joan Warner, CEO, Commercial Radio Australia
Recent Enhancement to DRM – DRM+
Peter Senger, DRM-Chairman & Director, Deutsche Welle, Germany
Strengths of T-DMB
Richard Redmond, Strategic Director, Harris, USA and Chairman, Marketing Committee,
WorldDMB
ISDB-T & ISDB-Tsb – Service Development for Fixed Receivers, Mobile and
Handheld receivers
Michihiro Uehara, Senior Engineer, Planning Division, Engineering Administration
Department, NHK-Japan

Tea Break 10:30 – 11:00 sponsored by HD RadioTM
SESSION 1
(Contd)
11:00 – 12:45
DIGITAL AND MOBILE SYSTEMS – MAKING THE APPROPRIATE CHOICES

The Multimedia Broadcasting Standard – ISDB-Tmm
Tomoyuki Okamura, Senior Director, Digital Technology Planning Office, Fuji Television Network, Japan
DVB Developments – DVB-SH
John Bigeni, Representative Asia, DVB
Technical Features of MediaFlo
Alex Kuan, Senior Manager of Business Development for Malaysia, Qualcomm
CMMB Technology System and its Development
Hu Jun, Senior Engineer ,TV Department, Academy of Broadcasting Science, SARFT, China

Lunch 12:45 – 14:00
SESSION 2
14:00 – 15:30
MOBILE APPLICATIONS & BUSINESS PLANNING

Chairperson: Cédric Monnier, VP Business Development CE, Dy CTO Europe & Asia of Bluestreak, France

New applications are constantly been introduced to attract consumers and also to create new revenue streams.
A realistic business plan, which takes into account these new service options, local conditions and consumer
needs, is essential for successful implementation of mobile broadcasting services. What business strategies are
being implemented in mobile broadcasting? How are these different from traditional terrestrial broadcasting?
How do these cater to the mobile audiences and other niche markets? Are there any successful models to be
followed or does each environment and market need to have a customised strategy? This session addresses the
vital issues of successful business strategies.

Introduction to EWBS in the ABU Region
Dr Kazuyoshi Shogen, Executive Research Engineer, Broadcasting Systems, NHK Science and Technical Research
Laboratories, Japan
Business Planning for Mobile TV
Martin Farrimond, General Manager – New Platforms, Broadcast A
ustralia
Mobile TV Development: How to drive it?
John Yip, Chief Engineer, Radio Television Hong Kong
Business Planning for MediaFlo
Sean Durkin, Director of Product Manager, Qualcomm
Holistic Mobile TV Experience with DVB-H
Manish Ladha, Senior Product Manager, Video & TV, Nokia, Singapore

Tea Break 15:30 – 16:00 sponsored by HD RadioTM
SESSION 3
16:00 – 17:30

BUSINESS PLANNING MODELS FOR MOBILE SYSTEMS

Chairperson: Dr Kamil A Grajski

This session will discuss various business models that are being adopted for various mobile broadcasting
systems around the world.

The Differentiating Factor for Successful Business Models
David Justin, CEO, GlobeCast Asia, Singapore
Applications and Biz Planning for Mobile Broadcasting Systems
Dr John J W Eun, Vice President/Ph D of the WorldDMB
Business of Digital Mobile Broadcasting in Singapore
Giulio Dorrucci, Chairman & CEO of PGK Media Pte Ltd, Singapore
TBA
Cédric Monnier, VP Business Development CE, Dy CTO Europe & Asia of Bluestreak, France

 

DBS CONFERENCE >>> Day 2 TUESDAY (11 March)
SESSION 4
09:00 – 10:30
DIGITAL RADIO & TV CONTENT TECHNOLOGIES
Chairperson: Asaad Sameer Bagharib, Senior Vice President (Technology & New Media) MediaCorp Radio,
Singapore

The session addresses technology issues involved in production of content most suitable for digital and mobile
services. What are the most suitable content production technologies? Multiplatform content production systems
will also be featured.
TBA
Arnaud Elnecave, General Manager, Dalet Systems Asia Pte Ltd, Singapore
The Automated Digital Television Station of the Future
Aale Raza, Benchmark Systems, Singapore
Production Technologies for Multiple Platform Production
Wolfgang Wagner, Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen, ZDF-Germany
New Technologies for Radio Content Production
Aaron Alphonso, Principal Engineer – Digital Radio Trials, Commercial Radio Australia

Tea Break 10:30 – 11:00 sponsored by HD RadioTM
SESSION 5
11:00 – 12:30
CONTENT CREATION FOR MOBILE SERVICES
Chairperson: Navonil Roy, Group General Manager, Marketing & Stragtegy- New Media, Media Prima

This session addresses the content required for mobile radio and TV services. Re-purpose or purpose produced
content? Which kind of content would appeal to the mobile consumer market? How may user generated content
be incorporated in mobile broadcasting? These questions will be addressed in this session.
DMB Business & Contents, Success or Failure?
Jang Doo-Hee, Deputy Director, Digital Media Broadcasting Team, Korea Broadcasting System
Convergence of Mobile Broadcasting and Internet
Hiroshi Tanaka, Associate Director, Digital Services Development Division, Programming Dept, NHK
Content Creation for Mobile Broadcasting – How We Make it Lucrative Business
Mari Shimizu, Tokyo Broadcasting System, Japan
Creating Your Own Space, In The Mobile Mayhem
Navonil Roy, Group General Manager, Marketing & Strategy – New Media, Media Prima, Malaysia

Lunch 12:30 – 14:00
14:00 – 15:00 SYSTEM DEMONSTRATIONS: EXHIBITION WALKABOUT – Venue – Exhibition Booths
Special Session of the Symposium is devoted to the participants’ walk-about in the exhibition. The exhibitors will
make focused presentations/demonstrations in groups.
SESSION 6
15:00 – 16:00
CONTENT PROTECTION
Chairperson: Joost Verbrugge, Newtec -Belgium

Protection of digital content is a growing concern, particularly as high quality content becomes available which
can be distributed via the Internet and other means illegally. Technologies have emerged to protect such content
and this session describes these technologies.
Content Protection for Mobile
Norehan Yahya, Technology Development (TV & FMC), Maxis, Malaysia
A Conditional Access System for Mobile Broadcasting
Yusei Nishimoto, Principal Research Engineer, NHK-Japan
Content Protection and Role of Governments
Isa Seow, Director, Motion Picture Association International, Singapore

Tea Break 16:00 – 16:30 sponsored by HD RadioTM
SESSION 7
16:30 – 17:30
INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING – DIGITAL AND MOBILE SERVICES

Chairpersons: Richard Redmond, Harris and Chris Jaeger, Vice President-Asia, Broadcast Australia

Building infrastructure involves several issues. Spectrum availability, network configuration, use of existing
infrastructure and cost are some of these issues. Mobile network structures are somewhat different from those
used for classical terrestrial broadcasting as smaller coverage cell size and lower towers are required. This
session looks at the planning for digital networks with an emphasis on mobile services.
Network and Infrastructure Planning
Peter Kepreotes, Vice President Technology, International Business, Broadcast Australia
Mobile TV Networks Optimisation
Simon Gazikan, Vice President, Udcast, France
Satellite Distribution for Mobile Services
Joost Verbrugge, Director Business Development Newtec -Belgium
TBA
Alan Turner, Project Director, KordiaTM, New Zealand

DBS CONFERENCE >>> Day 3 WEDNESDAY (12 March)
SESSION 7
(Contd)
09:00 – 10:30
INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING – DIGITAL AND MOBILE SERVICES
Monitoring Digital TV Signals
Hartmut Schäfer, Senior Technical Advisor, Rohde & Schwarz, Germany
Managing Interference between different Network Structures
Walid Sami, Senior Engineer, European Broadcasting Union, Switzerland
Mobile Technology Comparisons from an Infrastructure Angle
Richard Redmond, , Strategic Director, Harris, USA and Chairman, Marketing Committee, WorldDMB
Infrastructure Installation for Terrestrial Digital Broadcasting in Japan
Michihiro Uehara, Japan Broadcasting Corporation – NHK
Tea Break 10:30 – 11:00 sponsored by HD RadioTM
SESSION 8
11:00 – 12:30
HD, ACQUISITION & DISPLAY TECHNOLOGIES

Chairperson: John Bigeni, Representative Asia, DVB

Digital technology has revolutionised the equipment for programme acquisition and display. Tapeless recording,
SD/HD switchover, high sensitivity chips etc for cameras, and PDP, LCD and an array of other technologies for
display screens have become the new digital environment. In this session industry leaders present
implementation aspects of these technologies.

New Acquisition T
echnologies
Dinesh Sawhney, Department Manager, BC Products Department, Content Creation Products Marketing Division
Broadcast & Professional Pacific Asia Company, Sony Corporation of Hong Kong Limited
Solid State Acquisition Technologies
Teo Gim Loo, Broadcast Regional Operation Center, Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific, Singapore
High Definition Tapeless Production Network in TVB
K L Yeung, Television Broadcasts Limited, Hong Kong
Uptake of IT Solutions by New Media and Solution of SD/HD Dilemma
Andy Stanton, Manager – Asia Pacific, Omnibus Asia Pacific, Thailand

14:00 – 15:00 INDUSTRY DEBATE
Moderator – David Astley, ABU
What should be the catalysts to further accelerate the implementation of digital and mobile broadcasting
services in the region? Are there any other concerns that delay digital implementation in the region that are not
yet resolved?
Tea Break 15:00 – 15:30 sponsored by HD RadioTM
SESSION 10
15:30 – 17:30
STATUS OF DIGITAL BROADCASTING & IPTV IN THE REGION

Chairperson: Yeo Kim Pow, Senior Vice President (Broadcast Engineering), MediaCorp Technologies

A round up of mobile broadcasting and IPTV in the region. Several industry operators, service providers and
broadcasters report on developments in the region. This also describe lessons learned and results of trials
conducted. IPTV is the region’s fastest growing technology. Telcos in the region are moving into this field very
quickly, transforming the region into a leader in IPTV take-up. Where does the broadcaster fit in this scenario?

DVB-T Developments – DVB-T2
John Bigeni, Representative Asia, DVB
IPTV: It’s Television
Amit Sood, IPTV Product Manager, Pixelmetrix Corporation, Singapore
TV Over WiMAX using Broadcast Multicast (MBS)
Simon Gazikan, Vice President, Udcast, France
TBA
Noel Matthews, General Manager, Asia Pacific, Tandberg Television, Hong Kong
Status of Mobile Broadcasting in Vietnam
Le Doan Quan, Director Mobile TV, VTC Mobile, Vietnam
Status of Digital Broadcasting in Malaysia
Haji Abu Bakar Ab Rahim, Deputy Director General (Engineering), Radio Television Malaysia
Status of Digital Broadcasting in India
TBA, India
China, the First Country using DAB/DMB for Olympic Games
Murphy Wu, Project Manager, Asia Pac, WorldDMB,UK
Status of Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting in Mauritius
Kishan Oogarah, Senior Broadcast Officer, Multicarrier Mauritius Limited, Mauritius

>>> WORKSHOP PROGRAMME
DAY 1 – Monday, 10 March
14:00 – 15:30 Workshop 1: XDCam Workflow
Dinesh Sawhney, Department Manager, BC Products Department, Content Creation
Products Marketing Division Broadcast & Professional Pacific Asia Company, Sony
Corporation of Hong Kong Limited
16:00 – 17:30 Workshop 2: Practical Measurements on Digital and Mobile TV Signals
Hartmut Schäfer, Senior Technical Advisor, Rohde & Schwarz, Germany
DAY 2 – Tuesday, 11 March
09:00 – 10:30 Sony Product Launch : XDCam HD 4:2:2
Dinesh Sawhney, Department Manager, BC Products Department, Content Creation
Products Marketing Division Broadcast & Professional Pacific Asia Company, Sony
Corporation of Hong Kong Limited
11:00 – 12:30 Workshop 3: Developments in Digital Radio
Scott Stull, Vice President, Broadcast Business Development, iBiquity Digital
Corporation
  Lunch
15:00 – 16:00 Workshop 4: Spectrum for Mobile Broadcasting
Walid Sami, Senior Engineer, European Broadcasting Union
16:30 – 17:30 Workshop 5: Content & Services for SW Digital Radio
Heinz-Peter Friedrich, Head of Transmission & Production Operations, Deutsche
Welle
Day 3 – Wednesday, 12 March
09:00 – 10:30 Workshop 6: Quality of Experience: Television is Mature
Amit Sood, IPTV Product Manager, Pixelmetrix Corporation, Singapore
11:00 – 12:30 Workshop 7: Super Hi-Vision to Beyond HDTV
Presented by NHK
An Approach to Ultra HDTV – From HDTV to Ultra HDTV
Dr Yuji Nojiri, Group Leader on Ultra-HDTV, NHK Science & Technical Research
Laboratories
4K Digital Cinema Trial and Uncompressed 4k Live Streaming
Dr Tatsuya Fujii, Group Leader Media Processing Systems Research Group NTT
Network Innovation Laboratories
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
15:30 – 17:00 Workshop 8: MPEG Surround
Toni Fiedler, Chief Representative, Coding Technologies AB – Dolby China
1600 – 1730 Industry debate in Ballroom
Day 4 – Thursday, 13 March
09:00 – 10:30 Prince Ballroom 2
Panasonic Product Launch: AVC World, Shoot | Capture | Edit | Distribute
Teo Gim Loo, Broadcast Regional Operation Center, Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific
11:00 – 12:30 Prince Ballroom 2
Panasonic Product Launch: AVC World, Shoot | Capture | Edit | Distribute
Teo Gim Loo, Broadcast Regional Operation Center, Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific
09:00 – 10:30 Prince Ballroom 1
Workshop 9: Coverage Planning for Digital Services
Mike Dallimore, Vice President – Business Development, International Business
Broadcast Australia and Peter Kepreotes, Vice President Technology, International
Business, Broadcast Australia
11:00 – 12:30 Prince Ballroom 1
Workshop 10: Simulcast Technologies in Digital Radio
TBA, DRM
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Sponsored by Panasonic
14:00 – 15:30 Prince Ballroom 2
Workshop 11: TBA
Bill Curtis, International Manager, and Jean-Baptiste Sauquet, Senior Consultant,
KordiaTM, New Zealand
16:00 – 17:30 Prince Ballroom 2
Workshop 13: Content Protection Principles
Isa Seow, Director, Motion Picture Association International
14:00 – 15:30 Prince Ballroom 1
Workshop 12: Fundamental Array and Combiner Issues for DTT
Ashley Bicknell, Senior Engineer, Radio Frequency Systems
16:00 – 17:30 Prince Ballroom 1
Workshop 14: Evolution of IP Broadcast Headend
Ken Yap, Technical Solution Director, Asia Pacific, Tandberg Television
< td>Opening Ceremony
Session 1 – Digital and Mobile Systems –
Making the Appropriate Choices
PROGRAMME AT A GLANCE
DBS CONFERENCE >>> WORKSHOP PROGRAMME
DAY 1 – Monday, 10 March
09:50 – 10:30  
Lunch 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
Session 2 – Mobile Applications & Business
Planning
14:00 – 15:30 Workshop 1: XDCam Workflow
Session 3 – Business Planning Models for
Mobile Systems
16:00 – 17:30 Workshop 2: Digital Measurements
DAY 2 – Tuesday, 11 March
Session 4 – Digital Radio & TV Content
Technologies
09:00 – 10:30 Sony Product Launch: XDCam HD 4:2:2
Session 5 – Content Creation for Mobile 11:00 – 12:30 Workshop 3: Developments in Digital Radio
Lunch 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
Exhibition Walkabout 14:00 – 15:00  
Session 6 – Content Protection 15:00 – 16:00 Workshop 4: Spectrum for Mobile
Broadcasting
Session 7 – Infrastructure Planning – Digital
and Mobile Services
16:30 – 17:30 Workshop 5: Content & Services for SW Digital
Radio
Day 3 – Wednesday, 12 March
Session 7 (contd) – Infrastructure Planning –
Digital and Mobile Services
09:00 – 10:30 Workshop 6: Quality of Experience: Television
is Mature
Session 8 – HD, Acquisition & Display
Technologies
11:00 – 12:30 Workshop 7: Super Hi-Vision to Beyond HDTV
Lunch 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch
Session 9 – Industry Debate 14:00 – 15:00  
Session 10 – Status of Digital Broadcasting &
IPTV in the Region
15:30 – 17:30 Workshop 8: MPEG Surround
Day 4 – Wednesday, 13 March
Prince Ballroom 2 09:00 – 12:30 Panasonic Product Launch: AVC World, Shoot |
Capture | Edit | Distribute
Prince Ballroom 1 09:00 – 10:30

Workshop 9: Coverage Planning for Digital
Services
  11:00 – 12:30 Workshop 10: Simulcast Technologies in
Digital Radio
  12:30 – 14:00 Lunch sponsored by Panasonic
  14:00 – 15:30 Workshop 11:TBA Kordia Prince Ballroom 2
  16:00 – 17:30 Workshop 13: Content Protection Principles
  14:00 – 15:30 Workshop 12: Fundamental Array and
Combiner Issues for DTT
Prince Ballroom 1 16:00 – 17:30 Workshop 14: Evolution of IP Broadcast
Headend

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