FT Digital Media Conference 2013
Supporting Partners:
  Advanced Television is firmly established as Europe's leading source for online news, features and analysis for the broadband media industry. Please visit www.advanced-television.com.
    AIB is the industry association for international TV, radio, online and mobile broadcasting. Its membership includes the world's leading international broadcasters. The AIB provides members with market intelligence briefings, publishes The Channel magazine and The Global Broadcasting Sourcebook. The annual AIBs celebrate and reward international success in TV, radio and cross platform broadcasting. Please visit www.aib.org.uk.
    The UK based trade organisation representing the commercial interests of member companies involved in the interactive media and entertainment industry – where consumers interact or engage with services across converged media platforms, and pay for services or content using a variety of micropayment technologies.

AIME's membership represents the entire value chain - from the providers of end user content to the networks and technical services that deliver and bill them to customers. No other organisation can offer such opportunities for profitable contacts, networking and supporting information.

By setting industry best practice standards, AIME builds solid and lasting relationships with legislators, regulators and stakeholders to ensure our members' business is professionally represented and given every opportunity to grow. Please visit www.aimelink.org.
  Cable & Satellite International is a technology publication targeting the global video market, including cable, satellite, IPTV, mobile and terrestrial broadcast platforms. We assess technology trends and provide detailed product analysis relevant to the core video delivery functions - namely content contribution/backhaul, distribution/transport, playout/transmission and home networking. We also analyse the wider triple and quadruple play landscape. The bi-monthly BPA audited print magazine is complemented by an email newsletter sent every two weeks to over 12,000 industry professionals, the CSI Product of the Year Awards, and roundtables that focus on various topics. Please visit www.csimagazine.com.
  Digital TV Europe is the leading international publication covering the business of broadband and pay-TV across all delivery platforms. It is read by senior executives at board level and by senior management across all parts of the video distribution value chain. Digital TV Europe is written from a European perspective, for decision-makers worldwide. It provides authoritative and independent information and in-depth analysis of every aspect of the multiscreen video delivery industry. To find out more and to subscribe, please visit www.digitaltveurope.net.
  egta is the trade association of 124 television, radio and multi-media sales houses in 38 countries that market the advertising space of both public and private broadcasters across Europe and beyond. In addition to the traditional monitoring and regulatory tasks of Brussels-based associations, egta is unique insofar as its fields of activities are extremely diverse and include: Training, Research and Databases, Audience Measurement, New Media, etc. Please visit www.egta.com.
  EurActiv, the European Media Network present in 15 capitals, publishes free EU news and facilitates EU policy debates for policy professionals in 15 languages. With 3 million page views and 675,089 ‘unique visitors’ per month, EurActiv is the leading online media on EU affairs. Please visit www.euractiv.com.
  Offering an informed view of the future of television, informitv provides independent news, research, analysis, consultancy and practical implementation services to media and technology companies. Clients range from small start-up ventures to major multinational corporations. Supported by an international network of industry specialists, informitv provides confidential consultancy services worldwide.

The informitv Connected Vision newsletter has become a regular read for over ten thousand subscribers and a trusted primary source for analysts and journalists. Receive regular reports on the latest developments in the rapidly evolving digital media environment. Sign up for a free subscription on our web site. Please visit www.informitv.com.

  SAMENA Telecommunications Council is a tri-regional, non-profit telecommunications association that represents over 40 telecommunications operators in 25 markets, representing an aggregate subscriber base of 790 million mobile users, including mobile broadband users, 79 million fixed-line users, and 22 million fixed broadband users. The Council’s membership embodies a community of telecom operators, manufacturers, government bodies, academia, and leading global management consultancy organizations. SAMENA Council’s Board of Directors and member companies include the largest regional operators and global multi-network operators as well as new competitive entrants. SAMENA Council focuses on digitization and broadband investment policies, and aims to promote beneficial regulation and governance that further industry evolution, as well as cooperation among key ICT industry stakeholders. Please visit www.samenacouncil.org.
  StrategyEye Digital Media is a comprehensive intelligence service dedicated to covering innovation and corporate activity across the entire digital media landscape.

We profile the hottest start-ups, interview leading executives and provide in-depth analysis on new market trends and products as well as reporting on all VC, M&A and Partnership deals in the sector. Our writers and technology platform monitor 25,000+ companies globally across 150+ categories for any corporate developments or news – we now have five years of deal data instantly accessible by digital media company, category or investor.

We work closely with strategy and business development executives at global clients – example subscribers include Amazon, HTC, Andreessen Horowitz, UBS and Shazam. Please visit www.strategyeyedigitalmedia.com.
  The Publishers Association is the leading trade organisation serving book, journal, audio and electronic publishers in the UK. Membership comprises 113 companies from across the trade, academic and education sectors. Its core service is representation and lobbying, around copyright, rights and other matters relevant to members, who represent roughly 80% of the industry by turnover. Please visit www.publishers.org.uk.