8 – 10 OCTOBER, 2023
JIO World Convention Centre, Mumbai, India
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The phenomenal surge in OTT platforms and streaming has seen Broadcast & Media companies connecting directly with their audiences through new platforms or digital media; with transition to remote working models being a major facet of this new trend.
In an extremely uncertain post pandemic world broadcast and media technology suppliers are investing in technology and products that are increasingly productive and efficient with increasingly tighter budgets.
The Media & broadcast value chain is looking at systems which help increase advertising revenues, improve remote production or assist in consumer retention.
The content creation and production segment overall has seen a surge in sales on production side, remote editing, remote workflow solutions, IP technology and graphics systems.
The Pay-TV market in India remains vibrant, with India and China together accounting for nearly half of the world’s Pay-Tv subscribers by 2024, with sports being a key driver.
Reasons to visit the Broadcast India Show 2022
South Asia’s Leading Event for Film, Television, Radio, Audio, Mobile and New Media from Content Creation to its Management and Delivery
Only event that addresses all the facets of the Broadcast and Infotainment Industry
Technical Sessions, Seminars and Conferences
Live Product Demonstration
Over 500 brands displaying their latest products and technology
Representation from over 36 countries
Over 11,000 sq. m gross area of business networking opportunity
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Other leading innovations from the entertainment industry
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