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26 - 28 April 2016

ExCel, London

28 April 2016

Keynotes

Keynotes

Show Keynotes: Multiscreen Monetisation & Engagement - Open to all!

08:00 - 08:50 preview

Analyst Breakfast Briefings - Open To All

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Analyst Breakfast Briefings - Open To All

with Steven Hawley, Principal Analyst and Consultant, tvstrategies, USA

 

09:00 preview

Chairman’s Welcome

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Chairman’s Welcome

09:10 preview

Opportunity Knocks: How applying computer vision and media analytics add to Microsoft’s wealth of cloud media solutions opening up new opportunities for connected TV.

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Opportunity Knocks: How applying computer vision and media analytics add to Microsoft’s wealth of cloud media solutions opening up new opportunities for connected TV.

Computer vision technologies can provide you the ability to identify and track faces in video content, index and search across your media based of the faces or spoken words (in multiple languages) or written words that appear in the videos. Microsoft is building scalable, compliant, reliable, secure and intelligent cloud services, in the form of Azure Media Services and Project Oxford to offer the best of machine learning and computer vision technologies in the form of simple REST APIs. In this session, you can learn about how you can leverage these services to build the next generation connected TV applications and marry them to the broad set of Azure content creation and distribution services.

  • Tony Emerson
  • Managing Director, Worldwide Media & Cable
  • Microsoft
09:30 preview

Insight Interview – Creating a Multiplatform Advertising Strategy to drive Multiscreen Engagement

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Insight Interview – Creating a Multiplatform Advertising Strategy to drive Multiscreen Engagement

In this executive interview, we will explore how advertising is adapting in parallel with changes to the ways in which viewers consume content. As multiscreen TV everywhere services become more and more prevalent, how are advertising strategies and client relationships evolving?

  • Phyllis Ehrlich
  • Senior Vice president, Chief Client Solutions Officer
  • Time Warner cable Media
09:55 preview

Keynote Presentation: Opportunities in managing TV services in the cloud

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Keynote Presentation: Opportunities in managing TV services in the cloud

10:15 preview

MVP (Most Valuable Panel) – Sports Rights

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MVP (Most Valuable Panel) – Sports Rights

  • Sports Rights: With the BBC cutting £35m of its rights budget and Sky/BT having paid big money for Premier League is there anything left for other sports?
  • The rise of the telco bringing new challenges to traditional broadcasters
  • How is programming affecting profitability and is quality suffering as broadcasters cut budgets to allow for higher rights fees?
  • What are the new forms of broadcasting that are most important moving forward, and how can we monetise them?
  • How can OTT services deliver and run premium market leading sports offerings?
  • Rhys Beer
  • VP, Sports Distribution & Business Development
  • NBCUniversal International
  • Elsa Memmi
  • Vice President, Global Media Distribution, EMEA
  • National Basketball Association
11:00

Networking Break & Exhibition Visit

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