CEOs Assess Asia-Pacific Satellite Market: Opportunities, Threats, Regulatory Issues
Presented Tuesday, June 9. Now Available On Demand!
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The communications/broadcast landscape in Asia could provide a number of huge opportunities for satellite players as vast populations remain eager and ready to access the latest technologies. With still relatively low levels of broadband and pay-TV penetration across the region, satellite players could find lucrative growth opportunities in many markets. However, with tight regulation an issue, monetizing these markets could be easier said than done.
Join Via Satellite to learn how CEOs of major satellite operators view the landscape, the opportunities, the threats, the regulatory issues, and more!
Get your questions answered and find out the answers to key questions facing companies trying to monetize this compelling and diverse landscape.
Mr. Father, a co-founder, has over 15 years of experience in the satellite business and has been the President and Chief Executive Officer of ProtoStar since 2001. Prior to joining ProtoStar, Mr. Father served as a member of the senior management staff of General Motors-owned Hughes Electronics, where he contributed to the development of a number of satellite ventures, including DirecTV, Galaxy Latin America, Asia Pacific Mobile Telephone and Spaceway. This experience was preceded by a consulting career beginning in 1990 with The MAC Group, later Gemini Consulting, where Mr. Father headed the west coast high-tech strategy practice. Following Gemini, Mr. Father co-founded Strategos, an international strategy/business advisory boutique. Mr. Father holds an M.B.A. from Stanford University and both B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic University.
In this role, Paul oversees the overall management of the company. Paul originally joined the company in 2003 as Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Prior to joining MEASAT, Paul spent six years with McKinsey & Company in the Firms Singapore, Hong Kong and Stamford (US) offices. As an Associate Principal in Singapore, Paul was one of the leaders of the Firm's regional telecom, high tech and media practices working with clients in the telecom and media industries across the Greater China and South East Asia regions. Prior to McKinsey, Paul worked at Immarsat, the International Mobile Satellite Organization, in London in the area of Spectrum Management.
Paul holds an MBA from Yale School of Management (USA) and a MA (Oxon) in Engineering Economics and Management from Hertford College, Oxford University, UK.
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Mark Holmes is associate editor of Via Satellite and Satellite News, two industry leading titles in the satellite sector. Mark has been at Access Intelligence eight years, working on a variety of titles in telecoms, broadband, digital TV and satellite. Before joining Access Intelligence, Mark was deputy editor of leading Euromoney Institutional Investor title Global Telecoms Business. In this position, Mark interviewed the CEOs of many leading telcos world-wide including, BT, Verizon, France Telecom, Sprint, SBC etc. In the last ten years, Mark has interviewed well over 200 CEOs of key companies in the telecoms, satellite, broadcast, broadband and cable space.
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