2 Dec 2011, mark your calendars!

An exciting and informative conference is coming your way on 2nd December 2011, stay tuned for more details!
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Invitation to participate: Broadcast & Media Tech Vietnam 2011 (2-4 November, Hanoi)

CCP has been invited to host a panel discussion for Broadcast & Media Tech Vietnam 2011 (Hanoi, 2-4 November, 2011).

Broadcast & Media Tech promises to excite, create an impact and
attract buyers from the huge technology hungry Vietnamese market, from
TV Stations, cable & satellite operators, to production and post
production houses, and many other companies involved in the digital
media industry.

CCP’s panel discussion topic is:

 "Digital TV developments are taking shape in Asia Pacific. How do we promote digital content? How should device makers support this transformation? We are experiencing a plethora of differing devices to watch our movies. Consumers require content in flexible ways such as on their PC, DVD, handheld, and mobile, while Connected TVs are becoming common in Asia Pacific households. How can device makers support this transformation and manufacture products with content protection in place? What are standard agreements and cooperation between content owners and device makers? Can the technical standards processes of each country, or region, be a route to the creation of secure yet consumer-friendly products?"

The panel discussion is scheduled for:

3 November 2011, 4.30PM – 5.30PM at the Vietnam Exhibition and Fair Centre (VEFAC), Hanoi, Vietnam.

CCP members who are interested to participate in this panel discussion, please contact Isa at isa_seow@contentprotection.net or +65 8201 4421.



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LOGIWAYS comes on board as the Centre for Content Promotion’s Latest Member


LOGIWAYS, the Push-VOD specialists, demonstrates its commitment to secure content delivery and protection through its membership with the regional Centre for Content Promotion

Singapore, Monday 26 September 2011 – The Centre for Content Promotion (CCP) announced its newest member, LOGIWAYS. With the membership, LOGIWAYS is now part of CCP’s consortium of industry stakeholders dedicated to digital and analogue content creation, technological standards and innovation, legitimate business models, and secure delivery.

The new addition will allow CCP to enlarge its ecosystem of technology providers, service providers, content providers and regulators, said CCP’s Managing Director, Isa Seow. “We’re pleased to have LOGIWAYS on board as a member,” said Seow.

LOGIWAYS was founded in 2001 by a group of highly qualified experts in Conditional Access Systems and Middleware for Digital TV, whose earlier work had secured the first Digital PayTV Network launches in Europe.

LOGIWAYS provides a full portfolio of DTV solutions, including SafeAccess (brand new Conditional Access System), Magello (DVB middleware) and Pushvod (solution to offer a Secured VoD and non-linear services on the broadcast). LOGIWAYS SafeAccess is the first content protection system safe enough to get ISO certification (EAL4+/AVA_VAN5, ISO 15408 criteria).