Tuesday, August 01, 2006

The Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMA) has been in touch with Digital Broadcast Vendor News Asia to advise us of a delegation to Korea September 4-7.

Korea is the most advanced country in Asia in offering Mobile TV content. The timing of the delegation is therefore opportune to pursue content sales and ideas.

Organised by the Australia Korea Foundation and its program partners (including AIMIA) companies involved the Australian digital content industry are invited to join the delegation.

Deadline to apply is August 4.

The delegation will meet with leading Korean broadcasters, on-line and mobile TV/media companies and mobile phone network operators to explore opportunities to collaborate and deliver content for Korean audiences.

The Australian Digital Content delegation aims to establish direct links with Korean digital media companies to facilitate opportunities for Australian digital content developers in this exciting market.

The mission is supported by m.Net Corporation Limited, the Australian Film Commission, Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA) and Austrade.

The delegation is being invited to meet with the following Korean digital TV and content industry operators:

− Online media companies, − Broadcast distribution companies, − Education content distributors, − Mobile content distributors, − Cross media production companies, − ISP’s and mobile network operators, and − Strategic government officials.

This is a high profile delegation.

Korea is a country difficult to access without strong introductions. I fully endorse this delegation and urge anyone in digital TV/content to join as a participate.

Details on http://www.aimia.com.au

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