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Digital Future Symposium 2011 – 2 December

PROMOTING ONLINE CONTENT: IS ASIA ON TRACK?

Registration

Early-bird registration is now closed. Please register at the door at SGD$40/attendee (cash payment only)

Time and Date

Date: 2 December 2011

Time: 9.15 AM – 5.15 PM (There will be a networking event at the foyer after the event from 5.15 PM – 6.45 PM)

Admission begins at 8.45 AM.

Venue

Auditorium, Shaw Foundation Alumni House, National University of Singapore, 11 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore 119244

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Digital Future Symposium 2011
PROMOTING ONLINE CONTENT: IS ASIA ON TRACK?

Venue: Shaw Foundation Alumni House Auditorium, National University of Singapore
Date: 2nd December 2011 | Time: 9.15AM – 5.15PM | Admission begins at 8.45AM

Early-bird registration is now closed! Event day registration is at SGD 40 per attendee.
An exciting international conference, co-organized by the Centre for Content Promotion and the International Institute of Communications, will convene in Singapore on December 2nd 2011, featuring key speakers from around the region on the topic of Internet/digital content distribution.

The 2011 DIGITAL FUTURE SYMPOSIUM will be held at the National University of Singapore’s Shaw Foundation Alumni House Auditorium. Internationally renowned journalist and author Robert Levine will provide the keynote address for the conference, discussing his recent book "Free Ride: How the Internet is Destroying the Culture Business and How the Culture Business Can Fight Back". Other featured speakers include Dr. John Ure from the Asia Internet Coalition and Dr. Paul Watters from the University of Ballarat’s Internet Commerce Security Laboratory, among others.

The seminar will explore new business models and related concerns affecting the movie, television, and music industries, and examine what governments in the region and around the world 
are doing to help prompt this development. Policy regulators will be on hand to report on relevant developments in their jurisdictions.

Sponsors for the event include the Motion Picture Association and the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia. Panelists include senior representatives from the National University of Singapore, HADOPI, United States Copyright Office, MCMC, Fox International Channels, Discovery Networks, ESPN Star Sports, SingTel, StarHub, the Universal Music Group, Rdio, among others.

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

John Medeiros,
Deputy CEO and Director of Regulatory Affairs, CASBAA

Kevin Dickie,
Senior Vice President, Content Group, Discovery Networks Asia Pacific

Avinash Himatsinghani, 
SVP & General Manager, Fox International Channels

Andrew Marshall, 
SVP Legal & Business Affairs and General Counsel, ESPN Star Sports

Patrick Tan, 
Director, Product Development and Video Operations, Digital Home Group, SingTel

Iris Wee, 
VP Home Solutions and Content, StarHub

Dr. Milagros Rivera, 
Chair, Communications and New Media, National University of Singapore

Elizabeth V. Cardoza, 
Adj. Assistant Professor, Department of Communications and New Media, NUS; Director, Cardoza IP, Singapore. NationalUniversity of Singapore

Ada Leung, 
Acting Deputy Director, Intellectual Property Department, Hong Kong

Marie-Francoise Marais,
President, Haute Autorité pour la Diffusion des Oeuvres et la Protection des Droits sur Internet (HADOPI)

Dr. Paul Watters,
Associate Professor, University of Ballarat

Sandy Monteiro,
President, Universal Music Group International (SEA)

Elvin Tan,
Head of Asia, RDIO

Dr. John Ure,
Executive Director, Asia Internet Coalition and Director of TRPC
Ltd.

Eneng Faridah Iskandar, 
Senior Director, Digital Security Services Division, MCMC, Malaysia

Karyn Claggett,
Senior Counsel for Policy and International Affairs, United States Copyright Office

Frank Rittman, 
Vice President, Deputy Managing Director and Regional Policy Officer, Motion Picture Association-International

Robert Levine,
Journalist and Author 

Christopher Stokes, CEO, NetResult

…and more!

CONFERENCE AGENDA (MORNING)

 

 

Time

WELCOMING REMARKS I

9.15 – 9.20 AM

Stacy Baird, Executive Director, Intellectual Property Program,
US-China Clean Energy Forum

– Master of Ceremonies

 

 

 

WELCOMING REMARKS II

9.20 – 9.30 AM

Candra Darusman, Deputy Director/Officer-in-Charge, Office in Singapore, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

 

 

 

PROMOTING TELEVISION
ONLINE:  OPPORTUNITIES AND OBSTACLES

9.30 – 11.00 AM

Special Presentation: Christopher Stokes, CEO, NetResult

 

John Medeiros, Deputy CEO and Director of Regulatory Affairs,
CASBAA (moderator)

 

Kevin Dickie, Senior Vice President, Content Group, Discovery Networks Asia Pacific.

 

Avinash Himatsinghani, SVP & General Manager, Fox
International Channels

 

Andrew Marshall, SVP Legal & Business Affairs and General
Counsel, ESPN Star Sports

 

Patrick Tan, Director, Product Development and Video Operations, Digital Home Group, SingTel

 

Iris Wee, VP, Home Solutions and Content, StarHub

 

 

 

Morning Teabreak

11.00 – 11.15 AM

 

 

PROMOTING POLICY
ONLINE:  THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT

11.15 – 12.45 PM

Frank Rittman, Vice President, Deputy Managing Director and Regional Policy Officer, Motion Picture Association-International
(moderator)

 

Eneng Faridah Iskandar, Senior Director, Digital Security Services
Division, MCMC, Malaysia

 

Karyn Claggett, Senior Counsel for Policy and International
Affairs, United States Copyright Office

 

Marie-Francoise Marais, President, Haute Autorité pour la Diffusion
des Oeuvres et la Protection des Droits sur Internet (HADOPI)

 

Ada Leung, Acting Deputy Director, Intellectual Property Department,
Hong Kong

 

Lunch

12.45 – 2.00 PM

 

 

 

CONFERENCE AGENDA (AFTERNOON)

 

 

KEYNOTE

2.00 – 2.30 PM

Robert Levine, Author

 

(via Skype)

 

 

 

PROMOTING AWARENESS
ONLINE:  CONSUMER BEHAVIOR AND CONCERNS

2.30 – 3.30 PM

Dr. Milagros Rivera, Chair, Communications and New Media, National
University of Singapore (moderator)

 

Dr. Paul Watters, Associate Professor, Research Director of the Internet Commerce Security Laboratory (ICSL), University of Ballara

 

Dr. John Ure, Executive Director, Asia Internet Coalition and
Director of TRPC Ltd.

 

Elizabeth Cardoza, Adj. Assistant Professor, Department of
Communications and New Media, NUS; Director, Cardoza IP, Singapore.

 

 

 

TECHNOLOGY
PRESENTATIONS

1. CCP: Isa Seow, Managing Director, CCP – “About CCP”

 

3.30 – 3.40 PM

2. Dentsu: Shogo Hirakawa, Supervisor, Platform Business Division -“DRPC” and “ROTA2U”

3.40 – 3.50 PM

3. Nagravision: Paul Suters, Head of Solution Experts – "Content Security in a Multi-Platform World"

3.50 – 4.00 PM

 

 

PROMOTING MUSIC
ONLINE:  CHOICES AND CHALLENGES

4.00 – 5.00 PM

Candra Darusman, Deputy Director/Officer-in-Charge, Office in Singapore, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

 

Isa Seow, Managing Director, CCP  & Aaron Thor, Binaries (combined
presentation)

 

Sandy Monteiro, President, Universal Music Group International
(SEA)

 

Elvin Tan, Head of Asia, Rdio

 

Shogo Hirakawa, Platform Business Division, Dentsu

 

 

 

ENDNOTES: Stacy
Baird, Master of Ceremonies

5.00 – 5.15 PM

Networking Session at
Foyer

5.15 – 6.45 PM

ADMISSION AND VENUE

Admission: SGD$40/attendee for event day registration
Venue: Auditorium, Shaw Foundation Alumni House, National University of Singapore, 11 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore 119244
Date: 2 December 2011
Time: 9.15 AM – 5.15 PM (There will be a networking event at the foyer after the event from 5.15 PM – 6.45 PM)
Admission begins at 8.45 AM.

For assistance on the event day, please call Faith at (65) 9699 5283 or the venue’s front desk at (65) 6516 5775.

REGISTRATION

Early-bird registration is now closed. Please register at the door at SGD$40/attendee (cash payment only)

GETTING THERE
For detailed directions by car/taxi/public transport, please visit: https://www.alumnet.nus.edu.sg/InnerPage.aspx?menuid=275

 



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