07.13.2007 02:37 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
HD World Conference & Exposition will be co-located with SATCON and the IP Media Conference & Expo

The HD World Conference & Exposition has expanded and is more than 60 percent larger this year with more exhibitors and sessions. The event takes place Oct. 10-11, 2007, at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. HD World will be co-located with SATCON, and now features a third event — the IP Media Conference & Expo.

HD World Conference programs include panel sessions consisting of end-user speakers who discuss the issues and the solutions they have found as they move toward an all-digital media domain. The exhibit hall features industry technology providers offering state-of-the-art solutions.

SATCON, the Satellite and Content Delivery Conference & Expo, will present leading-edge video, voice, data and IP communications solutions for media and entertainment, military and government, telcos and enterprise firms. The event will feature a conference program with primarily end-user speakers who will be discussing real-world examples of how satellite, fiber, IP, wireless and hybrid networks are being used to compete in today’s world.

The IP Media Conference & Expo will explore many issues including how IP media are impacting the television and entertainment industry, which new revenue models are working, how programmers can profit on IP media distribution and how fast consumers will accept new technologies for accessing content.

Attendees are able to register for one show and attend all three with the same badge.

For more information, visit www.hdworldshow.com, www.satconexpo.com and www.ipmediaexpo.com.

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