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April 20, 2020
Las Vegas Convention Center

Taking Streaming Video to the Next Level

A FREE Light Reading Breakfast Workshop @ NAB Show 2020

NAB Show Free Exhibit Pass and Conference Discount for Light Readers!

Members of Light Reading are eligible to receive a Free Exhibits Pass OR $100 discount on The NAB Show Conference Pass. To take advantage of this discount register on the NAB Show website and enter discount code: MP01.


About this event

With such media behemoths as Apple, Disney, NBCUniversal, AT&T and Discovery all now plunging into the increasingly congested streaming video space, the OTT video market is clearly shifting into a more advanced stage of development. But, even as these new streaming services come to market, numerous key hurdles must still be cleared, including technical, operational, security, business model, service quality and navigation issues.

In this special NAB Show breakfast forum co-hosted with the Streaming Video Alliance, video industry experts from across the spectrum will assess the streaming video market, evaluate the latest entrants, examine the major challenges they face and discuss how the industry can reach the desired goal of OTT Video 2.0 – a scalable, stable, secure streaming platform that generates regular, predictable revenue.

Light Reading is hosting this special breakfast session in partnership with the Streaming Video Alliance, providing a fresh forum for video technologists and business strategists to share their experiences and expertise.

Event Host

Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading

The breakfast is led by Light Reading Cable/Video Practice Leader Alan Breznick, who oversees Light Reading’s editorial and research coverage of the cable, video and broadband technology markets. Also a contributing analyst for Heavy Reading, he has tracked the cable and video space since 1993. In addition to this breakfast roundtable, Alan hosts our annual Future of Cable Business Services, Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies and Cable Next-Gen Europe live events, as well as our breakfast seminars at SCTE/ISBE Cable-Tec Expo.

Breakfast Partner