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Providing regional content in local languages was important for all major platforms as part of the overall growth for the media & entertainment (M&E) sector, Information & Broadcasting (I&B) ministry secretary NK Sinha said while addressing CASBAA convention at Macau.
CASBAA, the Asian trade body serving the pay-TV industry, has created a coalition against piracy targeting Illicit Streaming Devices (ISDs) with the formation of Coalition Against Piracy (CAP).
Regional multichannel TV and digital video trade body CASBAA has unveiled the key themes and workshop programme for the CASBAA Convention 2017 to be staged at Studio City in Macau, from 6-8 November.
Star India SVP legal and regulatory Pulak Bagchi has put in his papers after more than a seven-year stint. He is currently serving his notice period and his last day at the company is 30 June.
The emergence of new technologies in the satellite industry, including the arrival of HTS GSO and NGSO systems, is prompting the industry to embrace a substantial shift—from offering one-size-fits-all capacity to creating value propositions better tailored to customers’ fast-growing, diverse demand and the price pressures in dynamic economic circumstances.
Casbaa has announced the venue and dates for its upcoming 2016 Convention.
CASBAA’s report details an ‘unsustainable’ situation that sees governments maintain legacy regulatory policies to the disadvantage of local operators, while TV supply is moving online and undergoing a ‘comprehensive transformation’.
Taiwan’s plans to restructure its regulation of the cable-TV industry was the focus of a day-long seminar in Taipei this month before 100 industry leaders, government officials, academics and foreign experts. NCC Chairman Howard Shyr told delegates at the opening session that NCC saw the advance of digital technology as opening the door for development of Taiwan’s TV industries.
For Phases III and IV, the government would focus mainly on the 10 states that account for 77% of the cable TV households. Carriage falls by 20- 25% in Phase I cities, says Supriya Sahu.