Insight Media Announces Inaugural HDTV Business Conference

Insight Media, an international market research organization devoted to all aspects of the electronic display industry, announces its inaugural "HDTV Business Conference," to be held on Jan. 4, 2006, the day before the formal opening of CES 2006, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
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Insight Media Announces Inaugural HDTV Business Conference

Oct 24, 2005 11:59 AM

Insight Media, an international market research organization devoted to all aspects of the electronic display industry, announces its inaugural "HDTV Business Conference," to be held on Jan. 4, 2006, the day before the formal opening of CES 2006, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

As the HDTV revolution continues to unfold, new challenges and opportunities are emerging. The one-day HDTV Business Conference is designed to bring together top industry leaders to discuss these strategic challenges and opportunities. It is a great way for busy industry participants to understand the forces that are shaping the HDTV industry today and in the future.

While high-definition TVs are one major aspect of the DTV revolution, many other technologies and products are also advancing rapidly — and in the process, creating challenges and opportunities. Fortunes will be made and lost; some companies will rise and others will fall; technologies and products will emerge as winners and losers.

The HDTV Business Conference will help decision makers cut through the noise to focus on the key strategic issues and gather information to make critical business decisions.

In addition, the conference will provide attendees with access to the perspectives of high-level industry executives, identify the top business and strategic issues affecting profitability in the HDTV food chain, and assist attendees in gathering the critical information necessary for making strategic decisions.

Session I: Filling the Pipeline

  • Moving to HD — Where's the Content?
  • Will IPTV Challenge?
  • The Mobile Video Opportunity
  • Finding the Profitable Mix

Session II: Clash of the Titans

  • Digital Rights Management (DRM)
  • Blu-ray vs. HD-DVD

Session III: TV Price/Performance

  • Who Will Win the Price/Performance TV Technology War?
  • Feature Sets — What Combinations Do Consumers Want?
  • The Silicon Wars — What More Can We Expect?

Session IV: Who Wins?

  • Selling TVs Will Never Be the Same
  • Who Will Make Money?
  • Creating Demand

Session V: Network Reception

The registration fee for the HDTV Business Conference is $695. An early bird registration fee of $595 is available until Nov. 15. Limited discounted room registrations are available at the MGM Grand for $139 (Jan. 3rd) and $249 (Jan. 4th).

For more information, visit www.insightmedia.info.

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