BCA Show Preview - 119

SHOW PREVIEW | 26-28 June 2018

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MARINA BAY SANDS * SUNTEC SINGAPORE

SUNTEC SINGAPORE

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3.30pm

Networking Afternoon Coffee Break
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4.00pm

The Rise of the Social Media In Broadcasting
More time spent on social media may equate to lesser time spent on television. This
session sheds light on how the social media players are stepping up their game in
garnering strong engagement with younger audiences, and grab attention (and ad dollars)
from other digital platforms and entertainment options.
Geoffrey Pickens, Client Partner and Lead for Telco, Tech and Entertainment, Facebook

4.30pm

2.30pm

8K Broadcasting and Live Streaming
NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) rolled out an 8K programme production for the
Pyeonchang Winter Olympic. Discover how the workflow models in doing live streaming
with 8K broadcasting and what contents are best suited for this.
Masaru Kojima, Planning Division, Engineering Administration Department,
NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation)

Panel Discussion: SDI to IP, When Is The Time Right for You?
IP is upon us and the industry has accepted the fact that we will all be "IP" one day.
But the real question for the terrestrial broadcasters is, when? Would having a hybrid
model or COTS be a better and more cost effective move? Or is it now is the time to
go IP all the way?
Panellists:
Fintan Mc Kiernan, Chief Executive Officer, Ideal Systems SEA
Goh Kim Soon, Head of Broadcast Engineering, Mediacorp
Richard Bayliss, Director of System Engineering, Asia-Pacific and Japan,
Arista Networks
Moderator:
Michel Proulx, Media Consultant, Former Chief Technology Officer,
Miranda Technologies

3.10pm

Afternoon Coffee Break

Chairman's Wrap-up and Closing Remarks

3.30pm

Welcome to the Era of Targeted TV
In today's digital era, service providers and media companies must shift their TV
services from legacy, one-size-fits-all offerings to personalised TV experiences giving users the content they want, on their device of choice, instantly. Diving in a bit
deeper reveals that consumer demands are growing fast, while their loyalty to a single
TV service provider quickly wavers. At the same time, service providers are seeing a
hike in content costs, increased churn and they are lacking the tools they need to meet
their viewers' expectations.
In this session, get a glimpse of how operators can launch a targeted TV strategy
by leveraging the powerful combination of AI, BI and UI. Learn how advanced datadriven technology enables TV providers to segment users based on their behavior
and preferred content, and offer them a hyper-personalised viewing experience with a
tailored UI and even special promotions just for them.
Dr. Shay David, President and General Manager, Media and Telecom, Kaltura

4.00pm

Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Power Next-Gen Content Creation and
Monetisation
AI offers media and entertainment organisations a powerful solution for maximising
the value of their rapidly expanding content libraries. This session will explain how
the integration of AI cloud technology with on-premise storage is empowering media
organisations to leverage cognitive analytics in processing large volumes of video and
audio content and in generating much more robust metadata.
Jim Simon, Senior Director, Marketing, Asia-Pacific and Japan, Quantum

4.30pm

Next-Generation Video and Audio Production
This session explores immersive audio production and delivery for next generation TV
to help take the consumer experience to the next level. Readiness of next generation
audio technology for content creators and distributors, as well as the immersive
experience it provides to a wide range of entertainment content, including live sports.
Pankaj Kedia, Senior Director, Emerging Markets, Dolby Laboratories

5.00pm

Next-Generation Broadcasting (Future Networks and Distribution)
Consumers are going to consume media everywhere, on every screen and with social
networks also on multiple screens at the same time. This session will discuss the
vision and current state of technology for a fully cloud-based media enterprise, from
infrastructure to systems and workflows. In this talk we will discuss the example of
a large event such as elections or a sports event, with a production and distribution
facility provisioned instantly in the cloud at the required scale, available everywhere.
Konstantin Knauf, Managing Director, Qvest Media

5.30pm

Video Optimisation On SDN/NFV Networks
Network operators are challenged to deliver ever higher throughput rates than ever
before, but at the same or lower subscription rates. Consequently, the drive to save
costs is very high on the agenda, both from an opex and capex perspective. Since
the vast majority of data and broadband traffic is video, video exchange and delivery
optimisation comes with significant savings.
Though Network Function Virtualization (NFV) brings flexibility and agility in
operations, and SDN comes with increased control of flows, those technologies are
just the "handles", the tools to optimize network utilization rates. The real benefits
come from the network orchestration layer and a self-learning augmented operational
environment.
Steven Soenens, Vice President Product Marketing, Skyline Communications

6.00pm

Chairman's Wrap-up and Closing Remarks

Social-Video And Live Streaming

5.00pm

Next-Gen Broadcasting: Enhancing Audience Engagement

End of Summit Day 2

BROADCASTMEDIA TECHNOLOGY TRACK (T2)
DAY 2, WEDNESDAY, 27 JUNE 2018
Location: Room 304, Level 3, Suntec Singapore

11.00am

Chairman's Welcome Address
Stan Moote, Chief Technology Officer, IABM

11.00am

The Reality Behind Technology Trend in Broadcasting and Media Industry
TV industry has been transformed by the emergence of digital technologies and the
internet. TV and video delivery platforms technologies are becoming increasingly
complex. What is the market trend and what is the road map for the technology
changes in broadcast and media arena?
Stan Moote, Chief Technology Officer, IABM

IP Broadcasting
11:30am

Navigating the Promise and Reality of IP
IP offers the promise of agile scaling, increased equipment utilisation, flexibility, and
is format agnostic. But IP also introduces complexity with interoperability and skillset
challenges, not to mention to the threat of vendor lock-in. Delegates will gain an
understanding of the technology and business drivers behind IP including support
for evolving media business models and increased operational efficiencies. Key
standards bodies and standards facilitating the transition to IP will also be highlighted.
This session will discuss practical lessons from Ross Video customers regarding the
choice and deployment of both greenfield IP installations like NEP Australia and hybrid
IP/SDI infrastructure environments.
Jeff Moore, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Ross Video

12.00pm

IP Potential in Transforming Broadcaster Operation and Workflow
This session discusses the potential of IP networking to transform broadcasters
operations and workflows, including a brand new end to end IP infrastructure for the
BBC which now underpins their digital and internet first broadcaster strategy. Also
a brand new IP based sports outside broadcast network which allows dozens of
simultaneous visions and uncompressed workflows.
Mark Wilson-Dunn, Vice President, BT Media & Broadcast Enterprises

12.30pm

Networking Lunch and Exhibition Viewing

1.30pm

Switzerland Case Study: Designing an IP-based Media Facility
A current project is the building of a new IP-based media facility for a broadcaster
in Switzerland, including TV news, sport studios, radio studios, news post, online
production, playout and MCR, all on ST-2110. What are the motivating factors, key
experiences, and change management requirements have to move towards an IPbased infrastructure, and a methodology for planning and designing IP projects.
Ulrich Voigt, Head of Design, Qvest Media

2.00pm

Starhub Case Study: Planning and Designing the IP Broadcast Facility
Transitioning to IP is a fantastic opportunity to reduce infrastructure costs and
increase agility, yet it also brings a huge challenge for the whole TV production and
delivery value chain. This presentation will focus on the target architecture defined by
StarHub and explain the steps taken to plan and execute the TV systems migration.
The session will also reveal the key challenges faced by StarHub and describe some
of the innovative approaches taken by NAGRA to deliver this ambitious and forwardlooking project.
Joint presentation:
Bee Lian Ong, Vice President, Interactive TV and Media Engineering, Starhub
Chrystophe Clement, Senior Director, Business Development and TV SI Practice
Leader - APAC, Nagra

End of Summit Day 2

* Programme is correct as at press time. The Organiser reserves the right to amend the programme as deemed necessary without prior notice



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