BroadcastAsia2013 to return with bigger offerings at Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Asia’s most acclaimed and most established exhibition and knowledge platform for the broadcasting, film and digital multimedia industry will once again showcase the newest innovations, cutting edge technologies, and present ideas and insights from leading industry professionals come 18-21 June 2013. Located together with CommunicAsia2013 and EnterpriseIT2013 at Marina Bay Sands, BroadcastAsia2013 promises to unveil the latest technology displays and new technology zones.

No broadcasting or film ecosystem is complete without the sonorous support of audio that gives any production a dramatic, resonant lift. Incorporated with BroadcastAsia2013, ProfessionalAudioTechnology2013, an international showcase for professional audio equipment, services and technology, will draw industry professionals hailing from radio broadcasting, audio production / post-production, and live event and entertainment production.

The BroadcastAsia International Conference and Creative Content Production Conference will bring together industry experts and thought leaders in the broadcasting industries to highlight business strategies for future broadcasting and content production.

Visit www.Broadcast-Asia.com for more information.

BroadcastAsia2013 at a glance:

Show : BroadcastAsia2013 (In conjunction with

CommunicAsia2013 and EnterpriseIT2013)

Incorporating : ProfessionalAudioTechnology2013

Date : 18 – 21 June 2013

Venue : Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Opening hours : 18 – 20 June, 10.30am – 6pm / 21 June, 10.30am – 4pm

Admission : Business and trade professionals only

Registration : http://www.broadcast-asia.com/

BroadcastAsia2013 International Conference:

Date : 18 – 21 June 2013

Venue : Level 4, Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Admission : Registered delegates only

The Creative Content Production Conference (2013):

Date : 19 – 21 June 2013

Venue : Level 4, Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Admission : Registered delegates only

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