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COLLABORATION. DIFFERENTIATION. CONSOLIDATION. THE SHAPE OF APAC'S VIDEO ECOSYSTEM.

Video Exchange Asia is co-located with Broadband Forum Asia and unites the diversities of APAC for OTT, broadcaster and telco leaders to discuss the strategies and implement the technologies that will drive the growth of the industry.

7-8 May 2019 AVANI Riverside Hotel, Bangkok

THE INDUSTRY ENDORSED EVENT. MEET THE ONES WHO MATTER.

The Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union is the proud strategic partner of Video Exchange Asia. Together we are working to bring the largest broadcasting ecosystem in the world to Bangkok for May 2019.

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What are the major industry issues being addressed?

ANALYZING THE BUSINESS OF VIDEO IN APAC’S DIVERSE ECOSYSTEM

Unifying the APAC video ecosystem with regional spotlights that highlight both the unique and corresponding behaviours of the video market across the region and discussing the best strategies for expanding operations and activity across APAC and internationally.

IDENTIFYING BUSINESS CRITICAL INDUSTRY SHIFTS AND TRENDS

The place where industry trends are dissected.Is AVOD the most sustainable business model in growing a loyal customer base? What will the video industry look like in the convergence of service provider offerings? How has e-sports augmented the technological requirements of broadcasters?

UNDERSTANDING THE CONSUMER: THE STRATEGY AND TECHNOLOGY

The growing platforms for content viewing and multi-screen capabilities demand operators and broadcasters to deeply understand the preferences of their audience. By considering how disruptive factors affect consumption habits, we will discuss the technology and strategy behind achieving the deepest consumer insight.

STANDING OUT FROM THE COMPETITION THROUGH SERVICES AND INCENTIVES

In an over-saturated market, loyalty, retention and growth are key factors in creating a successful service that can stand out from the crowd. As operators find their differentiator, hear the latest on their plans for implementing loyalty schemes, new monetization engines, VASs and reward ecosystems.

STRATEGIES FOR THRIVING: CREATING THE DESTINATION WITH STRONG CONTENT VERTICALS

Addressing the key to successful partnerships and finding synergy between services across OTTs, TV, telco and mobile operators as the industry rushes to collaborate rather than compete. Localisation of content will be a key theme in taking advantages of a fragmented market.

STRATEGIC INNOVATION AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION TO MATCH THE MARKET

The increase in mobile ownership amongst emerging markets will impact content viewing as operators strive to put user experience at the core of business strategy models. The future markets of AI, 5G, VR/AR will be placed into context for APAC as well as the problem of piracy.