22-23 September 2015
Stand C8(HFC Technics), Budapest
The SCTE™, the Society for Broadband Professionals, and ECEBE (East and Central European Broadband Expo) have announced that they will be uniting two events this year into a single broadband conference and exhibition. ECEBE has for 17 years been the most successful and the biggest cable, satellite and broadband media exhibition in the region. Visit the Appear TV team at the HFC Technics stand(C8) to explore live demonstrations of the latest head-end innovations, including the new universal encoder/transcoder platform for linear broadcast and OTT.
29-30 September 2014
Media Platform 2014
Stand 205 A & B, Budapest
Media Platform is an international media content development and distribution exhibition and conference. The event is organized by the Hungarian Cable Communication Association, the major non-profit association of the cable industry in Hungary. Appear TV will show live head-end demonstrations at the HFC Technics stand.
22-25 Septemeber 2014
Stand 1163, Denver
Scte Cable-Tec Expo is an international cable telecommunication conference.
It provides access to the latest in cable technology, productsand services through robust technical workshops, hundreds of hands-on,technology-focused exhibits, specialized pavilions, international offerings, and key networking opportunities.
12-16 September 2014
Stand 1.C61, Amsterdam
IBC2014 is the essential global meeting place for everyone engaged in creating, managing and delivering the future of electronic media and entertainment technology and content.
Featuring an influential conference and world-class exhibition, IBC immerses 50,000+ professionals from 170 countries in an unrivalled experience which affords you the chance to trade and educate, to debate and connect, to challenge, strategise and innovate with the very companies and leaders shaping the market.
5-7 August 2014
Booth I8, São Paulo
ABTA is the Portuguese-language acronym for the Brazilian Pay TV/Telecom Association. It was founded in 1989 to represent distributors, programmers and suppliers dedicated to conditional-access communications services. Its mission is to defend the industry’s interests, foster its development and represent its members in relations with the regulatory authorities.
Since 2006 the number of pay-TV subscribers in Brazil has risen 23.4% per year on average, with growth reaching close to 30% per year between 2010 and 2012. Last year, despite very low GDP growth of only about 2%, the pay-TV market expanded no less than 11.31% and the subscriber base reached 18 million homes.