The Centre for Content Protection Asia-Pacific (CCP) has recently wrapped up two successful events — 24 Jun 2009
The Centre for Content Protection Asia-Pacific (CCP) has recently wrapped up two successful events: the “AIBD/ITU Regional Seminar on Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting – Making the Right Choices”and “Developments in Broadcast Content Protection and the Role of Government” at Broadcast Asia 2009. Both events were held in Singapore and were part of the Digital Future Seminar Series.
Following the events, the CCP has also published its special supplement, issue 2. The supplement provides useful overview and agendas of the recent events. It comprises of articles contributed by the CCP’s member organizations, whose representatives are some of the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners from both content and technology sectors. It also takes a look at the CCP’s up-to-date efforts and initiatives in “evangelizing” the beneficial adoption of content protectiton technologies in helping content owners to monetize their assets through different business/distribution models and enabling consumers to enjoy content whenever and wherever they want it.
Some of the highlighted topics include:
Two agendas of recent events
How do you secure PayTV investments? and Why “scrambling” for free-to-air broadcasting? by Roger Siow from Conax
I’m Web 2.0 connected but now there’s nothing to watch by Graham Stephens from Astro
Asia-Pacific recommended outputs for free-to-air receiver units
CCP’s listing of available research reports
A review of 2008 Digital Future Symposium
A review of Convergence India 2009
Snapshots of past events and other content.