CCP is now known as the Centre for Content Promotion

The Centre for Content Protection is officially registered as the Centre for Content Promotion.

Please address any future correspondence to the Centre for Content Promotion Pte. Ltd.

Our website URL has changed to www.contentpromotion.net .

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Upcoming CCP Events! AIBD & CommunicAsia – May – June 2011

CCP brings you these 2 exciting events:

  1. FUNDAMENTALS OF CONTENT PROTECTION: Technology and Monetization, AIBD, May 23, Hanoi, Vietnam
  2. HOME NETWORKING – THE (USAGE) STATE OF PLAY, CommunicAsia2011, June 21-24, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

EVENT DETAILS

1. FUNDAMENTALS OF CONTENT PROTECTION: Technology and Monetization, AIBD, May 23, Hanoi, Vietnam

Join us for a full day of presentations, updates, and interactive discussions involving some of the leading companies involved with secure delivery and distribution in cinemas, over the airwaves, and on the internet. Topics of discussion will explore the various technologies, applications (current and future), implementations and challenges related to content distribution and content protection today. Meet some of the world’s most innovative and relevant industry representatives and learn more about monetizing from your content business.

Every year 600-700 broadcasters and government officials from Asia
Pacific attend this AIBD event. Last year our panel discussion in the
main hall opened much discussion on the subject and attracted 500+
attendees. This session is meant to be a follow up.


Click here for more information on AIBD’s Asia Media Summit 2011.

 

2. HOME NETWORKING – THE (USAGE) STATE OF PLAY, CommunicAsia2011, June 21-24, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

The business models of TV and movies depend on distribution modes and Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies that enable them. Pay TV especially depends on the availability of such technologies that allow one to watch their favourite movies and TV, where they want, when they want and on whichever device. While content owners are keen to protect and monetise from their works, consumers today demand the flexibility to legally copy the movies that they own, or to store them until later on. Consumers may even need to copy or move their content to second homes, cars, mobile and different devices. This session will focus on home networking technologies and will present the state-of-the-art developments in this field.

Click here for more information on CommunicAsia2011.

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SPONSORSHIPS & ENQUIRIES

Typical sponsorships run from USD 1000 to USD 5000.

For enquiries, contact Isa Seow at isa_seow@contentprotection.net or call +65 82014421.

Don’t miss out, JOIN US!

 

 

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