(Hong Kong, 13th May 2015) The Inaugural China and the World conference draws together broadcasters, content owners, production companies and advertisers to crack the code in what is fast becoming the world's most complex yet lucrative TV and online video market. In addition to traditional powers, online giants such as Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu look to change the landscape and disrupt current models.
China and the World will be the industry's premier platform in 2015, bringing together buyers and sellers of high quality TV and video content as China tilts toward "going global". Is this shift a "threat" or an "opportunity"? It is both.
Topics will include:
- China as the world's second largest market by 2016
- To Pay or Not to Pay - Is a Lockdown Coming?
- Monetising Online and TV Businesses - New Dimensions
- The Ad-Funded Model
- The Online Video Behemoths - Whose Lunch Do They Eat?
- Investing - In and Out of China
The conference will serve as a top networking opportunity for industry participants and sponsors will be able to highlight their areas of focus during the event.
- Bruce Tuchman, President, AMC Global and Sundance Channel Global
- Pierre Cheung, BBC Worldwide – In Conversation
- Sara Jen, Director of Business Development, Viki.com
- Dennis Young, Founder and CEO, Glocal Media
- Kelvin Wu, Co-Founder and CEO, AID Partners
- Edwina Ngao, Territory Head, China, A+E Networks Asia
- Ming Chow, VP Digital Home, Huawei
- Jill Grinda, Head of Asia Sales, Thomson Reuters
“The China and the World event is testament to China's development as a global TV and online video powerhouse,” said Christopher Slaughter, CEO, CASBAA. “It's a great opportunity for participants to find a dialogue on solutions.”
For more details, please visit www.chinaandtheworld.tv.
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