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Digital Broadcasting Switchover Caribbean 2012

8/13/12 9:00 AM - 8/15/12 5:00 PM
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HostCommonwealth Telecommunications Organisation
VenueGrand Royal Antiguan Beach Resort
St. John's, Antigua & Barbuda
The unfolding issues and strategies for transitioning from analogue to digital will redefine the face of broadcasting and mark a major milestone for the region. The conference steers broadcast planners through the well-planned and inclusive process that is a critical success factor for national undertakings throughout the Caribbean region.<br /> <br /> <a href="http://www.events.cto.int/default.aspx?event=DBSFcar2012">DBSF Caribbean</a> has a well-rounded plenary and workshop format, designed to build capacity on regulatory, funding, content and transmission issues, and brings to bear the combined competence of <a href="http://www.cto.int">CTO </a>and its sister agency, the <a href="http://www.cba.org.uk">Commonwealth Broadcasting Association</a>.<br /> <br /> Workshop themes include:<br /> &bull;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Transmission trials: modulation systems compared<br /> &bull;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Styling and repurposing content for the digital era<br /> &bull;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Funding terrestrial infrastructure and consumer terminals<br /> &bull;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Regulating the transition from analogue to digital<br /> &bull;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;Switchover implementation checklists<br /> <br /> The <a href="http://www.ctu.int/">Caribbean Telecommunications Union</a>, which has been mandated by Caribbean Community (CARICOM) governments to address the issue of digital switchover for the Caribbean as a matter of urgency, is a supporting partner in DBSF Caribbean.<br /> <br /> Delegates will be given the opportunity to discuss real-life cases with experts in digital broadcast migration and will take home a checklist on how to implement Digital Switchover compiled by industry experts. <a href="http://www.events.cto.int/default.aspx?event=DBSFcar2012">http://www.events.cto.int/DBSFcar2012</a>
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