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Satellite pavilion to offer program on DTH, digital content, new technologies


Fighting interference during satellite newsgathering uplinking will be covered as part of the three-day program of satellite-related topics at the NAB2005 Satellite and Broadcasting Technologies Area.

The Society of Satellite Professionals International and World Teleport Association will present tutorials, demonstrations and case studies April 18-20 at the NAB2005 Satellite and Broadcasting Technologies Area. Working in collaboration with the NAB, the satellite groups will offer programs devoted to three themes: Digital Content Management and Distribution; Direct to Home; New Media Technologies and Markets.

Among the program highlights:

  • How to Launch a New TV Channel;
  • The Best-in-Class Digital Content Management and Distribution Hub;
  • The New Video Markets: Retail, Education, Government and Enterprise;
  • Profiting through Private Video Networks;
  • Preventing Digital Piracy in Satellite Program Distribution;
  • New Opportunities in DTH: North America, South America, Europe and Asia;
  • How to Originate Video On Demand, Near VOD and Set-Top VOD;
  • Case Studies in Repurposing Video Content;
  • Behind-the-Scenes Issues in HDTV: Origination, Uplinking and Distribution;
  • The IP Media Revolution;
  • Fighting Satellite Interference in SNG and Remote Uplinking.

For more information, visit www.nabshow.org.

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