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Technology & IT | Sunday 12 May, 2024 10:02 am |

CABSAT 2024 to highlight latest innovations in media, entertainment sectors

CABSAT 2024, the premier conference for the broadcast, satellite, and content sectors, is slated to revolutionise media and entertainment with its innovative exhibitions and features for participants.


The latest edition of CABSAT, taking place from 21st to 23rd May at Dubai World Trade Centre, will present innovative hall experiences for all attendees, while also highlighting cutting-edge technologies and diverse content offerings that will shape the future of the entertainment landscape.


According to a PwC study, AI will contribute up to US$15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030. Meanwhile, the Grand View Research further reported that the global AI in media and entertainment market size was estimated at US$14.81 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 26% from 2023 to 2030, the industry is expected to witness exceptional growth.


With more than 450 exhibitors and over 18,000 expected visitors, CABSAT supports this growth and offers a perfect setting for networking, career advancement, and keeping current on the latest developments in the industry.


This year’s event presents a wide range of exhibitions and features that are designed to offer detailed insights into the latest advancements in the media industry.


The Co-Production Salon at CABSAT is designed to be a dedicated meeting lounge that will facilitate business opportunities to drive investments in Arabic content and attract foreign film and TV projects to the MEASA.


Participants at the Co-Production Salon can explore opportunities in co-production in long-form entertainment content, co-funding entertainment content, commissioning projects for OTT Originals, as well as other content funding avenues such as brand integration, private investments, and much more.


The Content Congress is another key session which is set to gather professionals from the media, broadcast, and technology spaces to analyse trends and explore ideas that will impact how individuals create, connect, and monetise the content lifecycle. This will allow participants to keep pace with the changing media landscape, understand cross-border and regional collaboration, and leverage the growing content creation economy for new opportunities.


In addition, the Virtual Production Studio demo will be available exclusively at CABSAT 2024 and will provide filmmakers with guidance, tips, and best practices for working with virtual sets in films, TV shows, commercials, and live events.


The demo will cover various topics related to virtual sets, including an overview of virtual sets and how they work, benefits and limitations of using virtual sets in production, types of virtual set software and hardware, and technical requirements for creating and shooting on virtual sets among others.


CABSAT's SATExpo Summit will also return this year to unite regional and global satellite and space technology industry influencers, including inventors, prominent leaders, engineers, government officials, and a wide range of solution providers.


This will be further supported by the CABSAT TV and Podcast featuring detailed discussions with technology enthusiasts, conversations with creators, and interviews with industry leaders.


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