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Welcome and Briefing - China’s TV & Online Video Market

 

China is emerging as one of the world’s largest markets across traditional TV, Pay-TV and online video. What are the factors driving the growth? Will it be able to keep its momentum going? What are the opportunities and challenges ahead?

 

James Ross, CEO, Lightning International

John Medeiros, Chief Policy Officer, CASBAA

  

In Conversation with

 

Pierre Cheung, General Manager, Greater China, BBC Worldwide Asia

 

Moderator:  James Ross, CEO, Lightning International.

 

In Conversation with

 

Sara Jen, VP of Content Partnerships; GM, Greater China, Viki.com

 

Moderator:  Tony Chow, Media Consultant

 

Coffee Break

 

To Pay or Not to Pay?

 

TV content businesses face challenges from piracy all over Asia including China. China’s regulator has begun a crackdown on internet piracy, and online providers seem to be focused more on officially-licensed content. But how effective has this been? What’s the impact on the future of online video? What can be done to help reset the public agenda on piracy?

 

William Feng, Country General Manager and Chief Representative, Motion Picture Association

Yao Lanqiu, Deputy Director, Copyright Management, Shanghai Media Group

Matthew Kurlanzik, Director, Government Relations, Asia, 21st Century Fox 

Bill Duff, the Political-Economic Section Chief, Consulate General of United States – Shanghai

Yan Bo, Dep. Director, Copyright Mgmt Dept., CCTV; Chairman, Copyright Committee, ABU

 

Moderator: John Medeiros, Chief Policy Officer, CASBAA

 

Networking Lunch

 

In Conversation with

 

Mei Nie (Molly), Vice President, Hunan Broadcasting Station; Executive Director, Mango Media and Chair, Hunantv.com, Interactive Entertainment Media

 

Moderator: James Ross, CEO, Lightning International

 

Follow the Money – Monetisation of Online and TV Businesses

 

Driven by the rise of multiscreen, mobile and Internet, TV viewing behaviour is changing drastically, creating opportunities to monetise online and TV beyond traditional advertising or Pay-TV’s traditional subscription. What are the options available? Are there solutions with  success in other markets but not yet in China? If so, what are their market potentials?

 

Jill Grinda, Head of Asia Sales, Reuters News Agency (Thomson Reuters)

Julia Song, Director, China, GroupM Entertainment

 

Moderator:  Patrick Frater, Asia Editor, Variety

 

The Next Gold Mine: An Investor’s View

 

Investors’ appetite for media is growing but what kinds of project do investors look for? What are the obvious and not-so-obvious success stories? How do they measure their return in the medium and long-term? What could be the next big thing in the media sector for investors?

 

Deborah Mei, Partner, The Raine Group

William Bao Bean, Investment Partner, Asia, SOSventures

Gilbert Ho, Managing Partner, AID Partners

 

Moderator:  Bryan Curtis, Media Consultant

 

Coffee Break

 

The Race for Content – Competition for Viewer’s Attention

 

Despite differences in business models, online video sites and traditional broadcasters are competing for viewer’s time and attention. To get ahead of the race, many online video sites have relied on importing foreign shows, mostly from the U.S, UK and and South Korea. Is this strategy paying off? Can the industry grow the pie and create a win-win situation for all?

 

Edwina Ngao, Territory Head, China, A+E Networks Asia

Binghua Song (Ben), GM of Entertainment Production Centre, YoukuTudou

Ethan Tang, Business Development Dir., China, Sesame Workshop

Maggie Zhou, BD Director, CMC Capital Partners

 

Moderator: Patrick Frater, Asia Editor, Variety

 

Case Study of Syndication / Distribution with Ad Funded Model

Leland Ling, CEO, LIC China

Fang Chang, SVP and GM,  Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific (China)

 

In Conversation with

 

Bruce Tuchman, President, AMC Global and Sundance Channel Global

 

Moderator: James Ross, CEO, Lightning International

 

China Going Global – Opportunities and Challenges

 

Many Chinese companies are flexing their muscles. 3 out of 10 Chinese companies named by Forbes as going global in 2015 are Internet giants including Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent. In what way can these companies expand their footprint in international market? Can they stay competitive overseas? What are the opportunities for small to medium-sized companies? What are the probable and the possible scenario of China going global in the year ahead?

 

Bruce Tuchman, President, AMC Global and Sundance Channel Global

Dennis Young, Founder & CEO, Glocal Media China

Kristian Kender, Partner/Business Development Director, China Media Management Inc.

Marc Lorber, International Development-Acquisitions, Formats & Co-Productions, Lionsgate

 

Moderator: James Ross, CEO, Lightning International

 

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