Published April 18th, 2017
Join us as we discuss OTT products and the business opportunities with our customer Sinclair Broadcasting Group and partner, Verizon Digital Media Services in a panel at NAB.
The way consumers enjoy media is constantly evolving, creating opportunities and challenges for both new entrants and established players. In 2017, the rate of change only seems to be accelerating and morphing to match modern tastes. To succeed, TV networks and broadcasters are re-imagining their businesses to meet viewers’ modern expectations.
This panel will provide attendees with actionable insights into delivering end-to-end OTT products and the business opportunities it offers with key insight and learnings from the largest and most diversified television broadcasting companies in America, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., and the steps to driving revenue and engage consumers on multiple platforms.
During this panel, several key questions will be explored, including:
– What are the main technical and operational challenges for going OTT?
– Capitalizing on technology, business models and devices for scalability and OTT Success
– How hard is it to integrate broadcast and OTT workflows?
– How to successfully deliver OTT products across multiple brands
– Multiplatform viewing: mobile, connected device, and smart TV
Ben Miller, VP digital products at Sinclair Broadcasting Group
Joseph Hopkins, CRO at Verizon Digital Media Services
Martijn Van Horssen, CEO at 24i Media
Moderator: Glenn Hower, Senior Analyst, Parks Associate
When & Where
Wednesday April 26th 2:30PM – 3:00 PM | CM|IP Pavilion in South Upper Hall
Add it to your NAB calendar
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According to a new report from Rethink Technology Research, 478 million SVoD subscribers today will grow to 743 million by 2023, with China having the most SVoD subscribers by 2023, but North America still driving the largest dollar volume . Meaning that in only four years, the global average viewing time for SVOD content will rise enough that it will equal the amount of broadcast TV watched.
Europe and Asia will be neck and neck in SVoD revenues by 2023, but with far fewer subscribers
in Europe, each paying significantly more than those in Asia, a region dominated by frighteningly large Advertising VoD streaming numbers.
Netflix will continue to lead in SVoD in both subscribers numbers (outside of China), but will make up 194 million SVoD customers out of 743 million globally by 2023, some 26% of total global subscribers. In the US Netflix today represents 44% of subscriptions, but will only be 31% of the increased US subscription levels by 2023.
Join the conversation on the future of OTT at OTT Day in London
You are invited to join the free-to-attend OTT Day in London on February 27th from 1:30pm-6:30pm at the Novotel Excel Hotel. The event will feature a series of keynotes from industry thought leaders who will address key issues facing the industry today and in the future, challenges and opportunities, new markets and technologies and much more. Register today!
OTT Day London brings together networks, digital media publishers, distributors and technology executives representing a 360 view of the OTT ecosystem. Presentations will cover topics ranging from business models and devices to streaming media technologies that will define and shape TV today and into the future.
Don’t miss out! Register today!
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