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Being part of the 10th Australian Broadcast Summit
From the 23rd to 24th of February the Australian Broadcast Summit will offer senior stakeholders a platform to discuss pressing issues and explore strategies for successfully developing this key industry. Opinion-leading professionals from all broadcast branches are expected at Sydney's Convention Centre for the 10th Annual Australian Broadcast Summit. The Summit brings together key influencers in Australia's broadcasting industry and features a two day conference on television broadcasting media, and a one day conference on radio.
Each segment of broadcast is served exactly for its individual need at the Summit. The event is designed in three different areas, where the main keynote speakers share their thoughts, opinions and experiences.
Discover latest technologies
Represented by KVM Australia G&D will take part in one of the most important broadcast events in Australiasia. The 10th annual Australian Broadcasting Summit is a very focused event that presents delegates with the latest information relevant to the broadcast industry along with the opportunity to review and discuss the latest technology from industry leaders such as Guntermann and Drunck in a relaxed environment. 2012 marks an important year for the industry and the Summit will be the launching platform for important conversations and significant announcements. "Digital" is on the radar more than ever before as it revolutionises the way you do business with advertisers, maintain competition, reach audiences and deliver content. Armed with the wide range of Guntermann & Drunck digital KVM products, KVM Australia is well prepared to launch latest KVM technology to a pre-qualified captive audience and meet their needs.
Ready for a digital future
The broadcasting industry is facing radical change. Whilst there are many challenges, there are also opportunities. KVM Australia already marked dates in it's diary to meet with existing clients in a respective industry forum. It's also a fantastic way to get in touch with the executive decision makers of the Australian broadcasting as well as build new partnerships and alliances.
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