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The organiser says KOBA 2011 represents a unique opportunity for companies to be involved in South Korea's media landscape, as the deregulation of the country's news industry is paving the way for newspapers to own cable-TV news channels.
With convergence continuing to be an underlying theme in today's broadcast industry, KOBA 2011 is also highlighting emerging technologies such as 3D, 4k- and 2k-resolution monitors, touchscreen monitors and sub-miniature cameras.
For content storage management (CSM) solutions provider Front Porch Digital, KOBA 2011 is a show not to be missed.
Rino Petricola, senior vice-president and managing director of Front Porch Digital, explains: "KOBA 2011 is a good opportunity for us to meet with existing customers in the region.
Meanwhile, KOBA's conference sessions will provide insights into emerging broadcast and content production trends, while aiming to offer in-depth learning opportunities for visitors and industry players alike.
With convergence being the underlying theme in today's broadcasting, KOBA 2011 will continue to highlight emerging technologies in the areas of home networking, t-commerce, e-learning, security and customised TV portals.
To find out more about KOBA 2011, visit www.kobashow.com.
For complete details on and to register online for KOBA 2010, visit www.kobashow.com.
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