China-5G+4K Forum/Media Community

5G, 4K vital for Belt and Road Media Community development

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Beijing, China - April 22, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of video devices, media technologies exhibited at Belt and Road Innovation Forum on 5G+4K Communication
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Denis Perepelitsyn, head of communications, SPB TV of Russia (partially overlaid with shot 3):
"5G plus 4K, this is a key for the future development of modern media. China which is well-known in the development of 5G could be a very useful partner for the other members of the Silk Road media community. We think that with the help of China, these technologies will get a new speed."
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3. Forum participants
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4. Various of forum participants, devices, technologies on display
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ahmed Nadeem, director of technology and innovation, Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"We see that 5G has huge potential in terms of providing the required higher bandwidth for transmitting 4K signal to not only general television terrestrial, but also mobile applications. Given the limitations of the current terrestrial transmission technologies, there's a huge expectation that 5G will provide a lot of solutions to these kind of problems."
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6. Forum participants
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7. Forum in progress
8. Various of sign of forum
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Radley, chief editor, Dove Media (partially overlaid with shot 10):
"5G and 4K in terms of television is totally going to change our lives. Every new form of technology that makes things bigger and better actually creates more work. Talking about 5G, and you guys are ahead of us. I'm sure we'll catch up. We invented television in the first place. We're prepared to give you a little bit time to get ahead of us, but we'll catch up with you."
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10. Forum in progress
11. Screen showing sign of Belt and Road Media Community
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12. Various of forum participants

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The 5G network and 4K ultra high-definition are vital for the development of Belt and Road Media Community, according to participants in the Belt and Road Innovation Forum on 5G+4K Communication Monday in Beijing.

Hosted by the China Media Group and the Belt and Road Media Community, the event gathered over 150 media practitioners and exhibited cutting-edge video devices and new media technologies including the 5G, 4K and artificial intelligence.

"5G plus 4K, this is a key for the future development of modern media. China which is well-known in the development of 5G could be a very useful partner for the other members of the Silk Road media community. We think that with the help of China, these technologies will get a new speed," said Denis Perepelitsyn, head of communications of the SPB TV of Russia.

Ahmed Nadeem, director of technology and innovation of the Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union, said it was a big stride forward for China to develop the 5G and 4K technologies and it will benefit many other countries.

"We see that 5G has huge potential in terms of providing the required higher bandwidth for transmitting 4K signal to not only general television terrestrial, but also mobile applications. Given the limitations of the current terrestrial transmission technologies, there's a huge expectation that 5G will provide a lot of solutions to these kind of problems," said Nadeem.

The China Media Group has taken a great stride in the innovation of broadcasting technologies. It launched its first ultra-high-definition video production program on 5G new media platform in February of this year.

The 5G live broadcasting technologies have been applied in such major events as Spring Festival Gala and the annual two sessions.

The group has recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the telecom giant Huawei on the in-depth cooperation in 5G, 4K and 8K applications.

"5G and 4K in terms of television is totally going to change our lives. Every new form of technology that makes things bigger and better actually creates more work," said Gordon Radley, chief editor of the Dove Media in United Kingdom.

Radley said China is leading the world in the development of 5G technologies.

"Talking about 5G and you guys are ahead of us. I'm sure we'll catch up. We invented television in the first place. We're prepared to give you a little bit time to get ahead of us, but we'll catch up with you," he said.

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China-5G+4K Forum/Media Community

5G, 4K vital for Belt and Road Media Community development

Dateline : April 22, 2019

Location : Beijing,China

Duration : 2'13

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Español
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Beijing, China - April 22, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of video devices, media technologies exhibited at Belt and Road Innovation Forum on 5G+4K Communication
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Denis Perepelitsyn, head of communications, SPB TV of Russia (partially overlaid with shot 3):
"5G plus 4K, this is a key for the future development of modern media. China which is well-known in the development of 5G could be a very useful partner for the other members of the Silk Road media community. We think that with the help of China, these technologies will get a new speed."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
3. Forum participants
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
4. Various of forum participants, devices, technologies on display
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ahmed Nadeem, director of technology and innovation, Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"We see that 5G has huge potential in terms of providing the required higher bandwidth for transmitting 4K signal to not only general television terrestrial, but also mobile applications. Given the limitations of the current terrestrial transmission technologies, there's a huge expectation that 5G will provide a lot of solutions to these kind of problems."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
6. Forum participants
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. Forum in progress
8. Various of sign of forum
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Gordon Radley, chief editor, Dove Media (partially overlaid with shot 10):
"5G and 4K in terms of television is totally going to change our lives. Every new form of technology that makes things bigger and better actually creates more work. Talking about 5G, and you guys are ahead of us. I'm sure we'll catch up. We invented television in the first place. We're prepared to give you a little bit time to get ahead of us, but we'll catch up with you."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
10. Forum in progress
11. Screen showing sign of Belt and Road Media Community
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
12. Various of forum participants


The 5G network and 4K ultra high-definition are vital for the development of Belt and Road Media Community, according to participants in the Belt and Road Innovation Forum on 5G+4K Communication Monday in Beijing.

Hosted by the China Media Group and the Belt and Road Media Community, the event gathered over 150 media practitioners and exhibited cutting-edge video devices and new media technologies including the 5G, 4K and artificial intelligence.

"5G plus 4K, this is a key for the future development of modern media. China which is well-known in the development of 5G could be a very useful partner for the other members of the Silk Road media community. We think that with the help of China, these technologies will get a new speed," said Denis Perepelitsyn, head of communications of the SPB TV of Russia.

Ahmed Nadeem, director of technology and innovation of the Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union, said it was a big stride forward for China to develop the 5G and 4K technologies and it will benefit many other countries.

"We see that 5G has huge potential in terms of providing the required higher bandwidth for transmitting 4K signal to not only general television terrestrial, but also mobile applications. Given the limitations of the current terrestrial transmission technologies, there's a huge expectation that 5G will provide a lot of solutions to these kind of problems," said Nadeem.

The China Media Group has taken a great stride in the innovation of broadcasting technologies. It launched its first ultra-high-definition video production program on 5G new media platform in February of this year.

The 5G live broadcasting technologies have been applied in such major events as Spring Festival Gala and the annual two sessions.

The group has recently signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the telecom giant Huawei on the in-depth cooperation in 5G, 4K and 8K applications.

"5G and 4K in terms of television is totally going to change our lives. Every new form of technology that makes things bigger and better actually creates more work," said Gordon Radley, chief editor of the Dove Media in United Kingdom.

Radley said China is leading the world in the development of 5G technologies.

"Talking about 5G and you guys are ahead of us. I'm sure we'll catch up. We invented television in the first place. We're prepared to give you a little bit time to get ahead of us, but we'll catch up with you," he said.

ID : 8109008

Published : 2019-04-23 09:50

Last Modified : 2019-04-24 20:19:52

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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