BroadcastAsia 2013 features record number of new exhibitors

Asia’s largest trade show for broadcast industries in Singapore from June 18 to 21


BroadcastAsia, Asia’s largest integrated trade show for broadcast industries will return next month with an impressive international line-up of exhibitors. With more than 80 new exhibitors, a total of more than 700 exhibitors from 45 countries and regions will be showcasing at the show.

Dedicated technology zones

This year’s show features dedicated technology zones, such as ProfessionalAudioTechnology2013, which will see professional audio companies showcasing the latest audio products and services for the broadcasting and film ecosystem, including Audio Editing, Audio Effects, Audio Production, Music and Sound Libraries, Digital Radio and more.

Congregation of top-notch industry leaders

Industry players across the acquisition, management and delivery channels will congregate at BroadcastAsia, and visitors can look forward to latest offerings from leading companies such as the likes of Avid, Axon, Blackmagic Design, Canon, Dayang, Envivo, Evertz, EVS, GoPro, GrassValley, Harmonic, Harris, Hitachi, Miranda, Pace, Panasonic, Playbox Technology, Quantel, Sennheiser, Snell, Sony, Thomson, Toshiba, Wasp3D and more.

Assistant Project Director for BroadcastAsia2013, Mr Calvin Koh, says “We are encouraged by the support of our exhibitors. This is a testament to the relevance and importance of the show.  BroadcastAsia evolves and improves over the years to stay ahead of the ever-changing media landscape and to offer the industry an all-encompassing sourcing and networking platform.”

Keeping Ahead of Industry Development

With the growing business adoption of Internet and multimedia devices, and the increasing number of media content now made available on various digital platforms, media organisations have taken action and have since benefited by migrating towards a diversified multi-platform approach to producing and distributing content. 

Broadcasters have exposure to a multitude of opportunities today, a result of increasing expectations from end-users for the management of big data and premium services such as IP-based video-on-demand, live streaming and HD broadcast – all of which are changing the way media content and data are delivered. BroadcastAsia recognises this industry shift and in 2013 will see a strong focus on the business and technological aspects of multi-platform broadcasting at both the exhibition and conferences.