PAY TV / CONVENTIONS
On May 7th and 8th the EXPO COMUTV will be held, the communications and television fair of this country, which in its eighth version is the space for reunion, dialogue and updating of the different agents of the sector.
At the Aburrá Sur Convention Center in Itagüí, five minutes from Medellin, industry leaders will share forums, discussions and a trade show of over thirty booths. The event returns with more than 1,200 attendees in an open, friendly and accessible space. “This new version of the fair will meet the expectations of all the operators, programmers, technology providers and other participants,” affirmed Sergio Restrepo, President of EXPO COMUTV, toTVMAS Media Partner of the event. Among the main topics are the technological change, the reforms of the ANTV and copyrights.
The event will assemble all the ISPs and Pay-TV operators in the country, a propitious stage for the exchange of information, technological developments, innovation, internet and digital platforms.
Sergio Restrepo decided to create this space for an important niche of the Pay-TV market that traditional events, such as Andina Link, do not take into account. Major programmers will participate who know the importance of small and medium-sized cable operators, as well as community systems for the growth of their businesses. All the ISPs in the country will participate and share experiences to address the new challenges of the Internet, OTT’s, IP TV and everything that the digital world brings.
The trade show has the presence of content, internet and technology providers with recognized brands in the national and international market. Among them, Neva Network, Turner, Canal Mi Gente, Tv Agro, Azteca Internacional and PX Sports and the Stereo, Vme Kids and Vme channels, with distribution throughout Latin America by Neva Networks under the leadership of Shirley Nadjar Acuña.
FOX Latin, ESPN, Discovery, Azteca Internacional, Televisa, Global Media, EWTN, Claxson and DHE among others; and Internet providers such as Century Link, Internexa, Mediacomers and Azteca Comunicaciones, technology providers such as WISI, Welav, Siditel, TCA, Fyco, Televes, FIS, Albentia, Domus, Lumicore, Opticmes y Cable Servicios; and for the first time in Latin America Quantek with a very interesting and inclusive commercial sample.