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IABM Executive Summit Series (Singapore): New Markets – New Business Opportunities
IABM Executive Summit Series (Singapore): New Markets – New Business Opportunities

IABM Singapore Executive Summit: New Markets – New Business Opportunities

Event date 17 June 2019 14:00 – 17:00

Location Cassia 3211 & 3212, Level 3, Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands

IABM Executive Summit series bring together the most influential and visionary thought leaders from broadcast and media companies and the world’s best technology suppliers to collaborate and discuss key trends, opportunities and disruptors in an open, non-commercial forum.

New Markets – New Business Opportunities

Is broadcast dead? Certainly not! However, as networking everywhere has changed the landscape of A/V, other verticals are increasingly relying on quality video as a key element of their business. Tapping into different types of consumption, new products, customers or occasions creates a great opportunity for vibrant, long-term growth. Addressing these markets generates additional sources of revenue, bolsters your company’s presence and keeps your competitors on the defensive.

This free to attend IABM Executive Summit, held before ConnecTechAsia, examines the dynamics of various markets such as events, eSports, education, corporate, board rooms, House of Worship and higher end social media, and looks at how to grow your business via these new business opportunities.


APAC Regional Trends Update

Peter White, CEO, IABM

This session will start with a presentation that delves deeper into the regional trends of the APAC broadcast and media market to provide attendees with valuable and specific information on this geography. The presentation will discuss the latest regional developments in this market as well as provide useful information for entering it.

Global Technology Trends Update

Peter White, CEO, IABM

As media companies continue to roll out digital offerings, the need for efficient and effective content supply chains has never been so high. Powered by IABM’s data-driven insights on the business of media technology, this presentation will focus on the changing dynamics of the sector and, particularly, the adoption of the cloud in the industry.

Customer Experience + IOT = Pay-TV Operator Success

Olivier Jorda, Global Media & Entertainment Director - Industry Solution Group, Oracle

Can pay TV providers really compete and win against the more nimble, over-the-top (OTT) content providers such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video Yes, they can. But to do so, they must focus on customer experience. We will discuss how combining emerging technologies such as IOT, AI, mobile, chatbot, and remote video support with modern digital customer management can deliver the next generation capabilities of digital home services to improve customer experience while reducing cost-to-serve.

Panel – new markets

Featuring BFE, Dell, plus more TBC

Our Panelists will discuss how they are taking advantage of new markets and how to their businesses are adapting and growing via these new business opportunities.

How to create new revenue opportunities by transforming your content supply chain

Bea Alonso, Director of Global Product Marketing, Ooyala

This Case Study Presentation will highlight how, Australian, EnhanceTV are leveraging video technologies and video strategies to increase their subscriber reach as well as providing a public service.

UHD / HDR in the ASEAN region and what opportunities that will give broadcasters / Media operations

Dennis Breckenridge, CEO, Elevate Broadcast

Viewers are seeking a broadcast experience which more closely emulates the real world. Broadcast Manufactures have improved picture quality changing analogue to digital. We also have seen increased resolutions however there is still be a missing element. The missing element, realistic colour and contrast which better emulates the human eye. Broadcast technology and displays have limited colour and contrast ranges based on transmission technologies which have gone largely unchanged since the 1950’s.

Today however this has changed and there is opportunity to harness High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Wide Colour Gamut (WCG) on existing SDR transmission and HDR transmissions. Utilizing SL-HDR1 incorporating both static and dynamic metadata it is possible in both UHD and HD to deliver a single SDR signal and view on SDR as well as reconstruct full HDR for HDR devices. The single signal allows particularly Asian Broadcasters in HD to deliver the richest colours and highest contrast video to their viewers without increasing transmission costs. This efficient delivery enables broadcasters to deploy HDR today.

Fireside chat with Unmish Parthasarathi, Founder, Picture Board

In this fireside chat, Unmish will discuss how to Monetize digital IP across Sport, Entertainment & Gaming and his work with startups in VideoTech, eSports & SportsData

Case Study: Enabling a world-first: 6K tiled 360- degree live sports streaming success

Sven Bolthausen, VP of Sales for North and South East Asia, MediaKind

MediaKind, in collaboration with Deutsche Telekom (DT), Tiledmedia and Magnum Film, streamed the world’s first multi-channel 6K 360° video production of a basketball match between Telekom Baskets Bonn and EWE Baskets Oldenburg from the Telekom Dome in Germany. In a project commissioned by DT, the 360° video was streamed live to DT’s Magenta VR consumer app at 6K resolution, pushing the boundaries of live sports viewing.

Customer Panel

  • Vanessa Radd Ching, Brand Engineer (Geospatial & Data: Industry Development Division), GeoWorks
  • Unmish Parthasarathi , Founder, Picture Board
  • John Wigglesworth, Consultant
  • Mark Laudi, Managing Director, Hong Bao Media



Press contacts

Mark Laudi

Mark Laudi

Press contact Managing Director (+65) 6223 2249