Asia Video Summit
10 – 12 November 2020

The Asia Video Summit is the the annual marquee event of the Asian video industry.  Its goal is to take stock, tell the story and assess the state of the video industry as 2020 comes to a close. This year’s summit will be held from 10 – 12 November. Conversations will centre around the State of Free-To-Air and Pay Television, a deep dive into the Streaming Industry and Premium Advertising, the Technology that underpins the entire industry, and what lies ahead for Sports. In addition, there will also be a particular focus on Gender Equality in the Media Industry.



Day 1: 10 November 2020


We ask this question tongue in cheek, but with so much change in our industry we are prone to overlook the size and influence linear television still has today. It is still a giant compared to streaming. We assess the state of Free to Air and Pay TV and examine what the pressure to go direct to consumer means for traditional relationships between content owners and MVPDs.

Presenting Sponsor:


Welcome Remarks by Emcee

John Dykes, Presenter at Fox Sports, The Walt Disney Company


Opening Remarks

Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA


Welcome Address by Guest of Honour

Edward Yau Tang-Wah, GBS, JP, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Government of the Hong Kong SAR


How is COVID-19 Impacting the Economy and the Media Industry across Asia for the Year to Come? We hope the worst has passed and Asia’s economies are beginning to recover from COVID-19. However, the recoveries are unlikely to be fast or complete until better treatment or a vaccine makes its way to a large majority of the region’s (and the world’s) population. This opening presentation offers a macroeconomic update of the global economy, with a focus on Asia, and evaluates the possible recovery scenarios for the near future.

Shaun Roache, MD, Chief Economist, Asia-Pacific, S&P Global Ratings

With Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA


The Fortunes of Free TV

Free to air (FTA) TV remains a mainstay in Southeast Asia but as advertising markets have evolved and Covid has taken its toll, how do the economic fortunes of this sector stack up? With content that appeals to local audiences, it makes sense that online viewing becomes a bigger part of the business but how can the disparity in TV and online CPMs be reconciled? We take a look at the world of terrestrial channels, the challenges they face and what the new business models for today are.

Presentation and moderated by Annette Kunst, Regional MD, Southeast Asia and New Zealand, Nielsen Media

Followed by a panel discussion with:

Angeline Poh, Chief Corporate Development Officer, Mediacorp Sutanto Hartono, MD, PT. Elang Mahkota Teknologi (EMTEK) 


The Platform View: Platform & Provider – New Relationships for the New World

Is the symbiotic relationship between platform and content partner unravelling or is it being reinvented? How do pay TV platforms see the situation? Can costs be brought to an equilibrium that means survival for both sides and with more content providers going direct-to-consumer (DTC) are the pay TV platforms still the natural partners of choice?


Vitto Lazatin, VP, Content Acquisition, Management & Strategy, CIGNAL TV Mamie Leung, SVP and Head of Content, PCCW Media

Goh Seow Eng, MD, Home, Consumer Singapore, Singtel

With Aravind Vengopal, VP, Media Partners Asia (MPA)


The Channel Provider View: Platform & Provider – New Relationships for the New World

This session turns the tables to see life from the viewpoint of the content owners. After a few turbulent years in this key relationship, is there an understanding of how to move forward together? With the thinning out of channels does it mean the remainers are now stronger and does having a DTC service strengthen the relationship, or actually undermine it?


Salawati Mohamed, Head of Distribution and Partnership Development, A+E Networks Asia Alexandre Muller, MD APAC, TV5MONDE

Anne Chan, VP, Content Distribution Management and Emerging Business, Asia, ViacomCBS Networks Asia

Yasmin Zahid, Head of Distribution Sales & Affiliate Marketing, Southeast Asia, WarnerMedia

With Anna Pak Burdin, Media Expert


Doubling Down on Pay TV

There are new channels being launched and new investments being made: what is the case for doubling down on Pay TV in 2020? In this session, we will ask what the rationale is behind these moves, what it means for content investment and cost management? And how do pay TV platforms see these developments?


George Chien, Co-founder, President & CEO, KC Global Media Avi Himatsinghani, Founder & CEO, Rewind Networks

Ward Platt, Founder, Rock Entertainment Holdings

With Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA


Lunch Break


There is no let-up in the direction of travel for the streaming industry. More content investment, increasing numbers of services, record levels of consumption but also huge volatility which has seen the demise of HOOQ and the amalgamation of iflix into WeTV. We want to know how you scale a streaming business, how you market your services and differentiate products, and how is life different for national, regional, and global services.

Presenting Sponsor:


Telcos Talk: Aggregation and Subscription in Asia

How is the role of telcos evolving in 2020? Are they aggregators of other people’s services and content or are they becoming content platforms in their own right, or both? With more direct to consumer services proliferating, is there really a value proposition in having them all offered under one umbrealla?

And to what degree do consumers rely on their telcos for these services, or do they bypass them and subscribe directly? What is the unique role that telcos play in delivering video to consumers? Are they getting value from these video services?


Nikko Acosta, Senior VP, Content Business and Product Management, Globe Telecom Gideon Gilboa, EVP Product, Marketing, and Solutions for Media & Telecom, Kaltura Marco Guida, Chief Revenue Officer, True Digital

With Monty Ghai, Founder and CEO, Brandwith



One Step Ahead: OTT TV Marketing

So you went Direct-to-the-Consumer – now what? Competing for a share of eyeballs today has never been more challenging, with all the other entertainment options available. It requires you to constantly improve your marketing competency for subscriber acquisition and retention. While acquisition campaigns focus on how viewers discover content, retaining users will be one of marketing’s hardest tasks, making churn reduction programs essential. Customer insights will be most valuable, serving both to increase engagement and reduce churn, with data on what keeps consumers pressing play. Greg Armshaw will share case studies, research data and practical tools to help attract and retain your online TV customers.

Greg Armshaw, Head of Media, Brightcove


International Perspectives: The Challenges of Streaming

The world is pivoting towards video streaming services more than ever before and 2020 has seen the entry of more major international players into more markets across Asia. How is the story unfolding for the international players covering multiple markets and regions? Is it more important to think about each market’s unique traits and get the service right on a bespoke basis, or is it a land grab and speed to market is key? We explore what challenges are being faced by regional and global streaming services and understand the priorities around content, localisation and ultimately business models.


Gaurav Gandhi, Director and Country GM, Amazon Prime Video India Daphne Yang, CEO, CATCHPLAY Group

Clément Schwebig, Head of Southeast Asia, South Asia and Korea, WarnerMedia Archana Anand, Chief Business Officer, ZEE5 Global

With John Medeiros, Chief Policy Officer, AVIA


Local Perspectives: The Challenges of Streaming

Nobody knows local tastes better than local players, so does this give the domestic streaming services an unassailable lead in winning the hearts and eyeballs of local subscribers? Or are consumers used to getting local content for free, boxing local services into AVOD business models that are yet to pay off? In this session, we will hear the views of a domestic streaming platform, pros and cons of being local and what is the optimal path to monetisation.


Parminder Singh, Chief Commercial and Digital Officer, Mediacorp Karan Bedi, CEO, MX Player

Hermawan Sutanto, Deputy CEO, Vidio

With Unmish Parthasarathi, Founder, Picture Board Partners


Hard Truths – In Conversation with Peter Bithos

Was it consumer behaviour or content economics that led to the demise of Hooq? This conversation with founder and former CEO, Peter Bithos, will explore his perspectives on the direction the video streaming industry is headed today, what is going right, what is going wrong, and how we can learn from his experiences as a pioneer of streaming in Asia.

Peter Bithos, CEO, SEEK Asia

With Shad Hashmi, Co-chair, AVIA OTT Group



Bridging the Chasm: Businesses in Transition

Some content companies are betting the house on transitioning their linear business to streaming, others are doing their best to hold on to traditional business models and then there is everything in the middle. Do you need to go direct to consumer to survive, and if so does it have to be mass or are their niches to be filled? What is the right combination and strategy to bridge what is an undenaiable chasm in the evolution of the video industry.


Saugato Banerjee, MD Asia, A+E Networks

Ryan Shiotani, SVP and GM, South and South East Asia, BBC Studios Tony Qiu, SVP and GM – East & Southeast Asia, Discovery Networks

Raffaele Annecchino, President, ViacomCBS Networks Europe, Middle East, Africa & Asia, and Digital Mobile Strategy, ViacomCBS Networks International

With Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA



The Video Tech Giants

When it comes to IP delivered video traffic, it is not streaming platforms that take centre stage, it is a world still dominated by UGC platforms and social media. But the boundaries between social and curated are blurring as tech companies looks more and more to premium content investments and partnerships with content producers and distributors. How is this dynamic going to change the traditional content industry over the coming years, and economically does it work equally to the advantage of content provider and tech platform?


Jack Khunatamstit, Entertainment Partnerships Lead – Mainland SEA, Facebook Kanop Supamanop, Chief Content Business Officer, LINE Thailand

Rahul Pushkarna, Senior Director, Head of APAC Content Partnerships, Twitter

With Jennifer Batty, Media Advisor



End of Day 1

Day 2: 11 November 2020



Welcome Remarks by Emcee

Shad Hashmi, Co-chair, AVIA OTT Group



The Future of Chinese Entertainment

The Southeast Asian streaming industry has seen considerable change over the last year but none greater than the ramping up of Chinese streaming services. How does the entry of Chinese platforms change the market dynamics? Why are China’s entertainment giants turning their focus to Southeast Asia? Are they filling a market need that has not been met?


Kuek Yu-Chuang, VP International Business, iQIYI Kaichen Li, Head of WeTV & iFlix, Tencent

Ivy Wong, CEO, VS Media

With Divya Gopalan, Freelance News Anchor and Correspondent


APAC Consumer Trends in the Living Room

Google will be sharing insights from their latest 2020 research in partnership with Accenture, on the emerging consumer behaviours regarding the living room TV screen.

Michael Rehfeld, MD, Digital Strategy, Accenture Strategy

Emma Chon, Media & Entertainment Lead, APAC Partnerships, Google



The Way Ahead: Can Regulation Make or Break the Industry?

We are at a historic moment for the development of the streaming video industry. Today, the sector is largely unregulated by governments, but that could change as conversations around how to regulate heat up around the region. What is at stake? And what are we, as an industry, doing to ensure our future growth?


Gidon Freeman, VP, Government and Regulatory Affairs, NBCUniversal International Shanta Arul, Director, Strategy & Development, Public Policy, Netflix Asia Pacific Tarun Katial, CEO, ZEE5 India

With John Medeiros, Chief Policy Officer, AVIA



Content Cravings

In this panel, we will explore how an organisation can design a content strategy that takes into account not only diverse geographies, but also the intrinsic differences there are between audiences within each market. – white collar or blue collar, urban or rural, affluent or poor, how does one strategize for such diversity?


Agnes Rozario, Director of Content, Astro Jocelyn Little, MD, Beach House Pictures

With Marianne Lee, Content Professional



The Future of Content Distribution & Acquisition

Digital marketplaces are quickly becoming the new normal for content acquisition and distribution in the age of social distancing. Vuulr’s digital content marketplace allows buyers and sellers worldwide to negotiate directly and close deals digitally within days. In this session, we will address the digital transformation of content acquisition and distribution and how buyers & sellers alike stand to benefit from an increasingly borderless content economy.

Ian McKee, CEO, Vuulr



Media Ragas in a Global Symphony: Exploring India’s Opportunities & Complexities

India, one of the world’s biggest and most vibrant video and TV markets, has always done things its own way. What does the view of the market look like and what are the views from some of its key players?


Megha Tata, MD, South Asia, Discovery Communications India Anuj Gandhi, Group CEO, IndiaCast

Vynsley Fernandes, CEO, NXTDigital, President, IndusInd Media Communications

With Paromita Chatterjee, Anchor and Editor



Through the Paywall – Introducing the New Standard in AVOD

In this session, Bounty Media will introduce and demonstrate with live data their ‘CPDC’ (Cost per direct connection) model. A platform developed in collaboration with leading advertising agencies – so effective for the advertisers purpose that they are willing to pay for user subscriptions – ‘effectively opening a door to new monetization’ through the current paywall.

Jake Denney, Co Founder, Bounty Media Claes Loberg, Co-Founder, Bounty Media



Lunch Break



A continuation of the streaming conversation, but it is clear today that our industry, with the wealth of high-end content we deliver, have yet to persuade the advertisers to park their money with us. Why is that and what can we do to change the situation? Do we not yet have the right ad-supported services in market? Is it really just a question of reach, or can we not make quality matter?

Presenting Sponsor:


Reorienting Marketing Plans for 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench in the plans of agency heads, who had all started this year with optimism. Going into 2021, we explore how Dentsu Aegis Network is reorienting its marketing plans to account for shifting consumer purchase behaviour, changes in media consumption habits, and changing media costs. We will also explore where video sits in the media plans for 2021, and what the challenges are for premium video platforms?

Ashish Bhasin, CEO, APAC & Chairman-India, Dentsu International

With Jason Barnes, Chief Revenue Officer, APAC, PubMatic



Buy Side Talk: Go Programmatic or Go Home?

As adoption of programmatic trading amongst advertisers and agencies across Asia accelerates, and while many advertisers acknowledge the benefits of programmatic, this doesn’t always line up with current usage. In this panel, we will explore if programmatic is the way forward – is the old way of selling dead? Traditional vs programmatic media buying – how are both advertisers and publishers embracing the potential of programmatic, and what is preventing them going all in?

10min presentation by Yogesh Sehgal, Regional Manager, Asia, Magnite followed by a panel discussion.


Sunil Naryani, VP, Commercials & Partnerships APAC, Dentsu International Pathamawan Sathaporn, MD, Mindshare Thailand

Mitch Waters, SVP of South-East Asia, Australia and New Zealand, The Trade Desk

With Juliette Stead, SVP Head of JAPAC, Magnite


The Evolution of AVOD

With AVOD growing in popularity, what lies ahead for Asian OTT advertising as consumption soars and device adoption evolves? In this panel we discuss how receptive are Asians to advertising on OTT and what are their preferences? How can broadcasters/content owners open up inventory to maximise ad revenue? What does the future of live events and sports content look like? How can Server Side Ad Insertion technology open up ad opportunities for buyers?

10min presentation by SpotX followed by a panel discussion.


Jennifer Chase, VP, Digital Sales & Solutions, Commercial Group, Mediacorp Gavin Buxton, MD Asia, SpotX

Swaminathan Iyer, Director Digital SEA, ViacomCBS Asia

With Greg Armshaw, Head of Media, Brightcove 



Addressable TV – An Interoperative Marketplace for Traditional Linear TV and OTT

We discuss the addressable TV market with a particular focus on India and APAC regions. With high DTH penetration, non-connected STBs, and a growing OTT user base, these markets present a significant opportunity for marketers, especially when audiences are addressed across platforms.

Nick Chuah, VP of Sales & GM, APAC, INVIDI

Prasad Sanagavarapu, SVP, Corporate Development, Emerging Markets, INVIDI



OTT Video Ad Debate – Is it a TV Ad or an Online Ad?

The tradition of sitting through ads in exchange for being entertained began with radio, flourished with the arrival of television and has followed the mass migration online. Despite marketers’ efforts with advanced programmatic and data targeting for video ads, it is far from clear that consumers see targeted online ads more favourably than less targeted linear TV ads, and in some cases being chased around the internet by ads or seeing things you have already purchased makes what should be intuitive anything but.


John Miskelly, APAC Investment Director, GroupM Vasuta Agarwal, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, InMobi Laura Quigley, SVP, APAC, Integral Ad Science

Sarika Tulsyan, Chief Revenue Officer, POPS Worldwide

With Joe Nguyen, Consultant, AVIA



In Conversation: How can Advertisers take Advantage of the Golden Age of TV?

Thanks to the proliferation of premium content services and devices, we are living in another golden age of TV. World class content can be conveniently accessed at a time and on a screen of our choosing. However, does the advertising experience match the premium consumer experience? In this fireside chat, hear from Jakob Nielsen on how TV buying is evolving, why Asia is well placed to take advantage of this TV renaissance and what the future holds for addressable TV.

Jakob Nielsen, CEO, Finecast

With Tom Dover, Senior Account Director, Xandr


Targeted Advertising – Discover the Power of TV Data

The potential of fully monetizing first party usage data is remarkable. In this session we explore how to fully leverage on artificial intelligence algorithms to extract valuable insights from viewer behavior, empowering operators and service providers with a brand-new revenue source – on any delivery ecosystem.

Einav Levi, Senior Director of Product Management – Data and Advertising, Viaccess-Orca



Cross Media Measurement: Is it Ever Going to Happen?

The search for the holy grail of measurement continues. We will discuss the continuing attempts to create this holy grail of measurement, what progress is being made, where the stumbling blocks lie and whether it will actually ever happen.


Anthony Dobson, VP, Media Partners Asia & MD, AMPD Research

Derrick Gray, Chief of Measurement Science and Business Analytics, BARC India Nick Burfitt, MD, Asia, Kantar Media

With Samantha Oh, VP, Client Insights APAC, Comscore



End of Day 2

Day 3: 12 November 2020



Welcome Remarks

Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA



Advancing Gender Equality in the Media Industry

As an industry association, our commitment is to make industry stronger and healthier. When it comes to gender equality, much more needs to be done. We will explore attitudes towards this issue and what our industry can do to change and address this burning issue.


Lakshanthi Fernando, Partner, CMS

Sapna Angural, Head of English Audience, Mediacorp Aki Taha, Director, Talent Acquisition, Netflix

Jennie Johnson, Senior Director of Marketing, Southeast Asia, The Trade Desk

With Jessica Deery, Director and Counsel, Horizon Recruitment



Nothing happens in this industry without the technology that underpins it, and this is as true for broadcast as it is for streaming. But the technologies for the latter are growing and evolving more quickly than ever. We will follow the technological journey content goes through from creation to consumption and look at the innovations which will shape the industry in the coming years.

Presenting Sponsor:


Change Makers: Groundbreaking Technologies that have Impacted the Media Industry

As technology evolves, the media industry continues to be transformed for consumers. In this presentation, we will look at a high-level overview of how technology has shaped our industry in recent years and how it will impact us in the years to come.

Andrew Stewart, Partner, Baker McKenzie, Australia



Harnessing Change: Future of Content Delivery and Distribution

In this session we explore how we move content around the world, both in the production and assembly of content services and then critically to the consumer. Looking at the respective roles of satellite, cable, DTT, IP, 4G, 5G we will discuss the relative advantages of the technologies available, the critical issue of cost versus quality and how they co-exist today and moving forward.


Roger Tong, CEO, AsiaSat

Shakunt Malhotra, MD, Asia, Globecast Paul Berriman, Group CTO, PCCW-HKT

With Fintan Mc Kiernan, CEO – South East Asia, Ideal Systems



Making the Video Industry More Competitive with Cloud

Broadcasters and media companies are increasingly looking to turn existing video content into successful TV channels that resonates with audiences. With changes in the way audiences watch content, media companies want to utilise viewer insights to test new channels and ideas with a tailored offering. Further, they want to create channels quickly, easily, without upfront outlay and need for technical expertise and hardware. In this presentation, we explore why broadcast grade cloud solution is the key to create 24/7 TV channels, localised TV channel versions, or even disaster recovery channels quickly and easily, providing the choice and variety that viewers are looking for while expanding reach for the media company. 

John Huddle, Director, Market Development, Asia, SES Video, SES



How does Cloud add Real Value to the Video Industry?

Cloud services have changed both traditional linear play-out services as well as being crucial in providing streaming services. How is its role changing the industry? What does it mean to be truly cloud-based, ensuring video production workflows can be future-proofed to meet the needs of connected consumers in the 21st century?


Al Sene, VP of Engineering, Digital Ocean

Sudharshan Aravamudan, Strategic Business Development Leader, Google

Sardjono Insani, Director, Media Engineering & Operation, The Walt Disney Company

With James Miner, CEO, MinerLabs & Video Assure



In Conversation: The Role of Cloud in Addressing SME Challenges for the Video Sector

In this session, we will explore how Cloud enables SME’s in the Video sector and how businesses can leverage the cloud to build scalable architectures to support video solutions.

Ravindra Shukla, CTO, AMCI

With Al Sene, VP of Engineering, DigitalOcean



Innovation & Cost Management for Video Industry

The evolution and constant development of the Internet have led to a boom in the Video industry, especially for services such as Video AI, video-on-demand (VOD), and live video streaming. Traditional solutions are not able to keep pace with such rapid demand, creating an urgent need for highly efficient and low-cost solutions. In this session we explore how do companies continue to push the innovation boundary whilst managing cost and security.

Ken Xu Ying, Lead Architect (Media), Alibaba Cloud



Lunch Break



Innovative Payment Ideas Coming your Way

The video streaming market has seen unprecedented growth in terms of users and revenue over the past few years. As the streaming industry continues to grow, strategic monetisation strategies will be a key factor in determining which companies are successful in attracting and retaining consumers. We explore new actionable monetization strategies; how to keep subscribers engaged and coming back; subscription monetization tools needed for OTT to achieve recurring revenue success; and real-world examples to learn from.


Filippo Giachi, MD for Asia Pacific, DOCOMO Digital

Justin Ang, Deputy Group Chief Commercial Officer, True Corporation

With Virat Patel, MD, Pioneer Consulting Asia-Pacific



Extending Video into other Entertainment

In this session, we explore how video could be extended into new platforms like gaming, what are the new technologies (AR/VR) and new business models evolving. How can content providers see this as an opportunity for content creation and monetisation.

10min presentation by Virat Patel, MD, Pioneer Consulting Asia-Pacific

Followed by a panel discussion

Shad Hashmi, Co-chair, AVIA OTT Group

Jil Bausa Go, VP, Content Business Group and Get Entertained Tribe, Globe Telecom Virat Patel, MD, Pioneer Consulting Asia-Pacific



Live Streaming : Ahead with the Cloud

It’s been an unprecedented year, 2020 for everyone. In the current climate where live content is limited and streamed OTT library content is king, what happens when viewers and subscribers regain the appetite and want to binge on live sports and event content seeing a surge of activity hopefully as we move into 2021? We address the challenges media operators are facing from the increasing demand of high-end user experience services while ensuring operational costs remain under strict control. This session will also look at how transformation to cloud and innovative streaming solutions can empower media operators to deliver the most unique and immersive ways for their subscribers and viewers to consume video.

Jay Ganesan, SVP & Head – APAC, MediaKind



What a torrid year for this industry. But despite the cancellations and postponements, we are once again living in a world of sports and surely the video experience now is more important than ever. We take stock of

the particular challenges and triumphs the sports industry have undergone in 2020 and what lies ahead.


Play the Game

How is live sports changing the industry and how is industry changing live sports? The live aspect makes sports so unique but as the number of paying sports subscribers on Pay TV declines, are they being replaced elsewhere?


Lee Choong Kay, Head of Sports, Astro Ivan Cordina, MD SEA, LaLiga

Chulathai Saligupta, Director of Sports Programming, True Visions Group

With John Dykes, Presenter at Fox Sports, The Walt Disney Company



Stealing Base

Piracy affects the entire video ecosystem but when so much value is wrapped up in the live event, the consequences are more acute for the sports industry. We discuss how we counter the pirates and provide sustainability.


Cameron Andrews, Legal Director Anti-Piracy, beIN MEDIA GROUP Kevin Plumb, Director of Legal Services, The Premier League

With Neil Gane, General Manager, AVIA Coalition Against Piracy (CAP)



Distinguished Achievement Award 2020



Leading Innovation in eSports

eSports is a rapidly changing space that is growing at unprecedented rates. In this panel, we will discuss the myriad ways industry front runners have bucked conventional wisdom in order to generate value in the esports industry. What are the lessons being learned from eSports during the lock-down, and for the video industry, is eSports its salvation or distraction?


Lex Kuo, Partner, Baker McKenzie

Allan Phang, Regional Head of Marketing and PR, EVOS Esports Anna Lockwood, Head Global Sales, Telstra Broadcast Services Sunita Kaur, SVP, APAC, Twitch

With Unmish Parthasarathi, Founder, Picture Board Partners



In Conversation with Tom Keaveny

In conversation with Tom Keaveny, long time Asian head of Discovery and now senior exec at beIN, we will explore how he sees the trajectory of the subscription video business globally and in Asia, the underlying trends and what that presages for the future. We will also explore the role of sports in these changes and the threat of video piracy, something beIN has experienced only too vividly.

Tom Keaveny, Chief Innovation & Information Officer, beIN MEDIA GROUP

With Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA



Closing Market Overview

Bringing the Asia Video Summit to a close and looking at where our industry finds itself at the end of 2020, MPA’s Vivek Couto will wrap things up with a discussion on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, life post-Covid and how trends that we have been seeing will continue to disrupt and change the way we see the Asian video industry.

Vivek Couto, Executive Director, Media Partners Asia (MPA)

With Louis Boswell, CEO, AVIA


End of Asia Video Summit 2020