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IP&TV Forum EurAsia East Europe – Free entry for Service Providers

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IP&TV Forum EurAsia East Europe 2011, 11-12 October 2011, Marmara Taksim Hotel, Istanbul
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Following the success of the IP&TV Forum Eastern Europe & EurAsia in 2010, the event returns to Istanbul to explore the next stage of development with multiplatform services in Euro-Asian region as a high growth market. It will look at IP platform potential in all countries in South East Europe including Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Moldova, Latvia, Armenia, Poland and other markets.

Russian buoyant TV markets will also be discussed as well as strategies to succeed in this fast developing industry. Confirming Istanbul’s unique positioning to the markets in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Black Sea states and the Caucasus, it will once more become the home of the IP&TV Forum focusing on success stories in the regional markets and taking heed of the potential that OTT offers.

The 2011 IP&TV EurAsiaEastEurope will focus on key challenges that service providers have been facing while staying competitive in highly saturated TV markets. This has become the one show not to be missed if you are interested in entering TV markets in East and South East Europe, and open a window of opportunities for entering far flung Euro-Asian markets.

Speakers from 40+ Service Providers from 24 Countries Including:
Istvan Maradi
Chief Technology Officer
Magyar Telekom, Hungary
Sasa Kramar
Iskon Internet, Croatia
Sasa Lekovic
Telekom Srbija, Serbia
Alexandr Yesayan
General Director
Ucom, Armenia
Doyran Dilek
Distribution Director, Emerging Business
Discovery Networks CEEMEA, Turkey
Tufan Unal
Senior Director Digital Media
TTNET, Turkey
Anatoliy Smorgonski
Head of Marketing Department of TV Services & Content, Vimpelcom/
, Russia
Yuriy Komardin
Head of Services, Planning and implementation
Technical Direction, Kyivstar, Ukraine
Rene Rummel
Head of Product Development
Maxdome, Germany
Andrey Kholodnyy
Media Products Project Director
Rostelecom, Russia
Tomasz Berezowski
TVN, Poland
Tariq Syed
MD Central Europe
Universal Networks International, UK
Alex Chelmis
Digital Media Manager
Hellas Online, Greece
Milan Fridrich
CT New Media Director
Ceska Televize (Czech Television)
Czech Republic
Sanin Kahvedzic
Head of Services division
BH Telecom
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tomaz Pernovsek
Deputy Managing Director
Planet 9, Slovenia
Ognen Firfov
Chief Sales Director
Makedonski Telekom, Macedonia
Ramazan Demir
VP Strategy & Business Development
Turk Telekom, Turkey
Supported by:
NEW FOR 2011

IPTV service has been introduced to all established and growing players in Eastern and South Europe, as well as players in EurAsian Markets. The partnership of Deutsche Telecom and Sky Deutschland has put a stronger emphasis to the importance of hybrid offers. Satellite and Cable players are recognising the need to look to operators for IP support. You will hear from leading legislators and incumbents about:

Special key note session by Turk Telekom, Rostelecom and Telefonica Czech Republic

Development of triple play services by U-com in Armenia

Cable TVs embracing IP Platforms – connectivity is reaching very high importance

Insight in the developing Ukrainian Market

Samsung Smart TV Case Study – Strategy and Review of Recent Offer

Legislation and regulation affecting the broadcasting industry

A review of broadcasters OTT case studies

“If anybody has business in this region, this is a great event to attend”
COO, SecureMedia

“I would like to congratulate you for the excellent organization of the IP&TV Forum in Istanbul this year. There was both variety and quality in the presentations provided, not to mention the very interesting topics touched in the panel sessions”
General Manager – TV Product Development, Romtelecom


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