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APOS 2013: Global Leaders Join Asia Pay-TV Summit
By: Business Wire
Feb. 7, 2013 04:31 AM
Leaders of global media and telecom companies serving over a billion consumers are meeting on April 22 - 24, 2013 in Bali, Indonesia for the fourth annual Asia Pacific Pay–TV Operators Summit (APOS). Organized by Media Partners Asia, APOS (www.visitapos.com) is the leading regional event for TV and broadband industry executives with intent to drive bold thinking, strategy, deals and policy.
“Both emerging growth markets and mature, value geographies in Asia Pacific are increasingly vital to future of strategic global majors,” said Vivek Couto, executive director of Media Partners Asia. “This year's APOS is a testament to this trend while the line-up and themes are also a significant nod to the growing aspirations of leading local players with currency to expand in domestic and international markets.”
Confirmed headline speakers include:
Romain Bausch | President & CEO, SES
A full list of the 50-plus speakers participating is available at www.visitapos.com.
APOS Agenda Highlights include:
With offices in Hong Kong, Singapore and India, Media Partners Asia, Ltd (MPA) is the leading independent provider of information services, focusing on media and communications. MPA serves various audiences and clients with multiple platforms including research, consulting, events and publishing. MPA covers all major media-related sectors, including: advertising; TV and radio broadcasting; broadband; cable and satellite TV; digital TV; filmed entertainment; IPTV; mobile; music; online; outdoor; pay-TV; and print media. MPA publications and research reports receive widespread coverage in global media and are utilized by numerous industry-related groups, such as media and telecom owners, investors, technology companies, regulatory groups and the financial sector.
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