APSCC 2022 Satellite Conference & Exhibition
South Koreans streamed 169 billion minutes of online video in Q2 2021, according to Media Partners Asia (MPA). The SVOD online video market reached 10 million cumulative subscribers within the same period with Netflix, Wavve and TVing commanding an aggregate 80% share. With a projected market volume of US$870 million by 2025, South Korea has become one of the key beachheads for expansion in Asia and beyond.
More competition and category expansion is also on its way in this fast evolving streaming market, with the launch of Disney+ in 2021 and Paramount+ in 2022, joining other global and local players including YouTube, Watcha Play, Afreeca TV, Naver TV, Kakao TV, U+ Mobile TV, Seezn and Coupang Play.
With the worldwide reception and rising demand for Korean content, Korea in View 2022 will look at how the tides are changing for the market as more players enter the field and how one can best scale their streaming business as competition heats up.
- The Future of Television in the Digital Age
- The Future of Pay TV – Aggregation and Subscription
- Growth & Innovation in Korea’s Telecoms & Media Market
- Local Content for Global Audiences
- Rights, Windows and Monetisation
- Will We See a Rise in Premium VOD in Korea?
Indonesia is regarded as a market of great potential in the region, with its population of 270 million, many of whom are young, under-served by cinemas and actively seeking content online. With 66 million viewers in Indonesia consuming 3 billion hours of OTT content every month, the pandemic-related boost given to streaming is here to stay. In the past two years alone, the OTT sector has seen the collapse of regional platforms iflix and Hooq, the arrival of Disney+, and the Asian outreach initiatives of Chinese streaming giants iQIYI and WeTV. At present, the video streaming user base in Indonesia is dominated by Viu, Netflix and Vidio, all of whom are now competing with these new entrants who are trying to make their mark in the market.
Being the largest market in Southeast Asia, it leads at 7% annual growth in video, and both its SVOD and AVOD sectors growing at over 20% between 2021-2026, according to Media Partners Asia (MPA). No doubt this makes Indonesia one of the few markets where the U.S. multinationals and the Chinese platforms are going head-to-head to gain market share.
Indonesia in View 2022 will explore the challenges being faced by these local, regional and global streaming services, and what their priorities are around content, localisation and ultimately, business models, for the coming year. Where do they see eye to eye, and where would they differ?
ISC 2022 will focus on leveraging Space to propel NextGen Communication and Business processes. The conference will bring together high-profile leaders of national and international space industry to explore opportunities for innovative solutions and synergy in the fast-growing telecom sector in India under the global space ecosystem. This mega-event will chronicle the evolution of the Indian space economy and chart out a road map for sustainable developments in the sector.
Topics of Interest
• 6G NTN standardization
• PHY/MAC layer technologies for 6G satellite communications
• Network/Transport layer technologies for 6G satellite networks
• Applications and use-cases for 6G satellite communication networks
• Satellite-air-terrestrial integrated network architecture for 6G
• LEO and vLEO mega-constellation networks for 6G
• AI and ML for 6G satellite networks
• Security, privacy, and authentication in 6G satellite networks
• ISL (inter-satellite links) and FSO (free space optical) communications for 6G satellite networks
• RF technologies and spectrum for 6G satellite networks
• Virtualization and software-defined networking for 6G satellite networks
• Payload and system design for 6G communication satellites
• Small/cube/Nano satellites for 6G networks
• HAPS/UAV/UAM integration and services with 6G satellites
• 6G networks for multi-purpose and multi-functional satellites
• Testbeds and simulations for 6G satellite networks
• Paper submission due: June 30, 2022
• Notification of acceptance: July 31, 2022
• Camera-ready papers: September 15, 2022