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on the market, provided by the the Connected TV
.Read our report on the event.
Anthony Rose at AOP VoD & the Rise of Connect TV event
Presentations at the eventIncorporating new video platforms ...and making them pay, with examples from Dennis, M6 (Fr), TV4 (Swe), Kanal 5 (Swe) and moreSorosh Tavakoli, Founder and CEO, Videoplaza Making VOD PayJana Eisenstein, Director of Publisher Services EMEA, VideologyThe UK VOD Market - Overview and Latest Developments Sam Kayum, Managing Director UK, Smartclip Visualising a Connected Future - Options for Publishers Anthony Rose, Product Visionary & former CTO, YouView & Future Media Controller, BBC
Bill Scott, COO, easeltv
- Options for getting content online and onto connected TV devices
- Services and tools that can help build online portals
- Pros and cons of different approaches
- Cost/benefit of getting on board connected TVs now vs. waiting 12 months
- Read AOP's interview with Anthony
was also on the panel
The chairman of this event was Bismarck Lepe, Co-Founder & President of Product Strategy, Ooyala
With major players like Google and Apple pushing to make TV more interactive, a future where the internet and television are merged would appear to be almost a given.
But it is not just services which are merging in the publishing world. Publishers who once competed for share of voice on the same media platform are also coming together.
In the UK, YouView
has seen terrestrial broadcasters join-up to deliver a web-connected TV service. Similarly stateside, Next Issue
, which is designed to make media consumption accessible, is a consortium of US providers and publishers. So does this mark a new way of working and what will be the importance of collaboration in future media output?
In this forum we bring together experts in the video, commercial and technology spheres to take a look at how video publishing is shaping up. We examine what tools are available to support publishers in this field and how media owners are adapting to seismic shifts and preparing for an integrated future. We also examine, importantly, how best tomorrow's VOD can be made to pay.
Does the launch of Connected TV herald a new dawn for publishing?
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