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Broadcast Video Producer partners 28th Broadcast India Expo to provide Exhibitors important connect to broadcast industry.

Exhibitors to get high value coverage and 50% discounted advertising benefit.

Time is of the essence. As Broadcast India expo is just a few months away from 25 – 27 October, 2018, it’s absolutely important to alert industry on new product on display and demo at the show. BVP - India’s premier broadcast magazine’s dynamic website and print publication - reaching all buyers in television channels and major video platforms – will spotlight exhibitors’ new technology and product in all media.

It’s time to act and act now. Send in information today to BVP edit team headed by Mrinmai Shinde, Managing Editor. Video and photo + text files must reach BVP edit team in time to catch deadlines and ensure coverage. This special tie-up with Broadcast India is to infuse new energy and provide business development to broadcast industry. However, promotion and publicity depends on information flow.

Potential buyers must have advance Knowledge of new technology and product display at Broadcast India expo. This is the key to generate business and amortise participation. Three days of exhibit attract buyers who are aware of the opportunity to evaluate new product. Attendance at the expo will be highly motivated in this year’s edition prompted by brand and technology product attention.

Do not miss the financial benefit of a massive 50% discount provided by Broadcast India to exhibitors. This is a fantastic chance to advertise cost-effectively. BVP’s combo media push on web and print is active marketing with guaranteed results. Get in touch now with Dhruvika Arora, Advertising Manager, BVP, to work out suitable media plan.

Satyendra Mehra, Group Director & Member of the Management Board, NurnbergMesse India informs this partnership aim’s to convey technology on exhibit directly to industry. Anil Chopra, Director, BVP, promotes this tie-up as the right mantra to wake up the broadcast market.