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First opportunity to meet all attendees before the official market opening. Enjoy a drink and network with an amazing view over the Ocean!
A scene-setting panel featuring Asian sports media industry leaders, sharing their thoughts on the state of the industry today, how we got here, and where we are going in 2023 and beyond. Panellists from a leading broadcaster, agency and rights holder will provide perspectives on the business in APAC and beyond, noting the big trends, debates and challenges that are shaping our sector.
Cloud-based services are the perfect place to process large amounts of sports-related data and then use that data as the starting point for a number of advanced automated services. The potential is there for automated publishing and content creation, automated camera movement and audio mixing, and much, much more. We'll discuss the current state of AI, the cloud, and automated production as well as debate where things are headed.
WRC launched their new motorsports OTT D2C platform: Rally.tv. Philipp Maenner from WRC Promoter and Alexandre Paugam from Harmonic will present together the commercial strategy and the technology backbone behind this new global Sports destination.
International and notably European football properties from the English Premier League, to Spanish LaLiga, German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A and the French LFP, have gone from strength to strength in the past decade to develop their footprints within Asia at both league and club level and to establish their brands within the diverse territories across the region. Competition for fans and revenue is fierce, but trends are shifting with the expansive role of digital and social media providing innovative, authentic and engaging experiences to grow fan bases. How are leagues working alongside broadcasters to create more value across the chain and not just aligned to media rights? Plus, hear how properties address the sometimes complex scheduling issues around live sports to keep fans engaged through distribution models covering free-to-air, linear, mobile, OTT and streaming and which markets and models have room for growth over the coming years.
Join our class of 2021 / 2022 SPORTEL participants, who have a creative or innovative solution to showcase in our quick fired pitch session Each will have just three minutes presentation time and two minutes Q&A to impress our panel of Judges and audience. It's going to be fun and it's going to be fast!
Offered by Cubmu, in the perfect setting of the Coconut Garden at the Grand Hyatt Bali, this reception will be a unique opportunity to discover about Indonesian cuisine & culture.
Asia is the world's biggest esports market - a region where competitive gaming is a genuine mainstream phenomenon among youth across Southeast Asia and China. From League of Legends' popularity in China to the mobile esports revolution across Southeast Asia, the sector is brimming with opportunities for savvy media companies that truly understand the space. This panel, brought to you by SportBusiness, will chart where the industry is headed in 2023 and beyond, helping you and your company make sense of a complex but rewarding sector.
Driving Innovation means change and we'll take a look at how media companies in Asia are positioning regarding investing in diverse staff structures to serve audiences that have often been unfamiliar to date. Also how they are continuing to develop optimal formats for female fans and to accommodate the explosion of popularity in women's sports. A panel discussion on the importance of diversity in leadership positions, the relevance of representation in media coverage, and a look at best practices from different sports, all with an Asian perspective.
OTT content distribution is constantly evolving and FAST TV channels (free ad supported streaming TV), offer the sports industry new opportunities to reach fans and deliver engaging content with a linear type of experience through OTT streaming. Learn more about how FAST is fitting into the ecosystem and benefits for sports content owners and broadcasters setting up FAST channels in relation to platform subscription-based packages. How attractive to Asian fans will FAST be where subscription take up in certain territories is very low? Join us to find out more.
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