Israel to Lead the IBC New Media Show in Amsterdam for a Second Year in a Row

July 7, 2011 at 11:22 am | Posted in Africa, ICT, Israel, new media | Leave a comment
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With 48000 attendees and over 1300 exhibitors, IBC Amsterdam is the leading global new media trade show that will take palce from the 9th to the 13th of September this year. The event is home to cutting edge technologies in the delivery of broadcasting media, entertainment as well as content creation and management. The event is a must for all professionals working within the media, entertainment and broadcasting fields as one can easily find the latest developments in broadcasting, mobile, digital signage, IPTV as well as research and development. The benefits of attending this event are great as it enables companies to raise their profiles by interacting with innovators and senior executives which could open up future distribution channels. The event also facilitates debates on issues such as the challenges to the industry and the impact of IPTV which would provide insight for future strategies of companies. The event itself, spearheads the industry’s strategic agenda.

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This year, the Israeli pavilion at IBC will showcase 30 new media companies. The companies participating will showcase advanced technologies in mediums that include online advertising, multimedia content, broadband wireless solutions, satellite communication, Value Added Services, business analytics as well as content discovery, management and distribution. The technologies that will find at our pavilion include those from large companies such as Orca, Gilat Satcom and Pilat Media but also a number of startups that are characterized by innovation and entrepreneurship, low production costs and a willingness to adapt solutions to a customer’s requirements. To see all the technologies that will be showcased, please view the company profiles at www.israelmediainnovations.com, or look at the Israel Media Innovation Catalogue 2011.

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As a country that has a long tradition of enterprise innovation, Israeli companies will naturally be at the event. With over 700 new media companies, Israel is highly active in gaming, broadcasting, digital and cable TV, IPTV and satellite services, content creation, delivery and management. The digitally saturated, media savvy culture of early adopters has ensured the creation of sought after solutions for media outlets, operators and content providers. The solutions are sought after not only for their utility but also for their ability to increase revenue while enabling a rich user experience.

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The 2010 show was an Israeli-African success with more than a 100 meetings between Israeli and African companies. The leading  and energing players in the African market, such as Multi Choice,  Hi TV, Top TV, Altec UEC, found it valuable to meet with the Israeli vendors. We look forward to adding value to your participation at the event. To save you time and effort, we are willing to pre-schedule meetings for you, with our innovative companies. Contact us for more information. We will be at hall 3A15. See you there!

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