The sixth edition of 8 -11 April 2014
Jan Dworak, Przewodniczący Krajowej Rady Radiofonii i Telewizji, o zasadności i potrzebie kontynuacji Poznań Media Expo:
Juliusz Brown, Chairman of the Board of Polish Television about the future of the media market in Poland.
Together for digitization
Poznań Media Expo permanently inscribed in the calendar of the most important meetings of the electronic media sector in Poland. We cordially invite you to participate in the sixth edition, which will be held from 8 -11 of April. Fair Poznan Media Expo this year will be combined with the International Security Fair Securex, whose range covers include: issues related to video surveillance, CCTV installation in buildings and TV systems. For the fourth International Fair in cooperation with the National Broadcasting Council will organize a conference, which this year will be held under the slogan "The future of the media market in Poland." The letter of intent was signed on January 13, 2014, Jan Dworak, President of the National Council of Radio and Television and Andrzej Byrt, CEO of the International Fair.
The first day of the conference: 09 April 2014
The first day of the Poznan conference will run under the banner of the future Polish television market to the international space limitations plans for terrestrial TV in spatial frequency and purpose of the so-called. 2 of the digital dividend for mobile broadband services.
The second day of the conference: 10 April 2014
Password on the second day are: Digital radio - more than radio. Poznań Media Expo 2014 provided an opportunity to popularize the advantages and opportunities of digital radio, its development plans, as well as a discussion of the risks associated undertaking.
In Europe, other countries decide to start converting analog to digital terrestrial broadcasting, drawing on the experience of the recently ended television conversion process, recognizing the public interest finalizing the process of building the information society in the electronic media. In October last year, public broadcasting in Poland launched a permanent digital broadcasting standard DAB + in the two largest cities, Warsaw and Silesia, which allows access to the new technology for almost 20% of students in the country.