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April 8, 2019
ROOM N235/N237,
Las Vegas Convention Center

Getting to OTT 2.0 @NAB Show 2019

Thank you to everyone who partcipated in this event and see you next year!

GETTING TO OTT 2.0

About this event

In this special NAB breakfast forum, video industry experts will explore the streaming video market, dissect the multi-screen delivery challenges, examine the options for overcoming them through cloud-based services and discuss how the industry can reach the desired goal of OTT 2.0 -- a scalable, stable, secure streaming platform that generates regular, predictable revenue. Using a roundtable format, the forum will tackle the most pressing issues facing video providers as they seek to manage and monetize their new streaming services.

Light Reading is staging this special breakfast roundtable session at NAB in conjunction with the Streaming Video Alliance (SVA) to help fill the void left by the demise of the INTX/Cable Show in 2017r, thereby providing a fresh new forum for cable and video technologists to discuss and debate pressing issues.

Event Details

*THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT, REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED*

Location: This breakfast is located in the Las Vegas Convention Center in ROOM N235/N237

Times: 

7:00-7:30 am Breakfast and Registration (Breakfast is on a first come, first served, based on availability) 

7:30-7:35 am Introduction by Alan Breznick

7:34-7:45 am Analyst Presentation: Ovum Updates on OTT

7:45-8:00 am Fireside Chat: Philo

8:00-8:50 am Panel: Making the Most of OTT Video


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.

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