Date: Thursday March 21st, 2019
Time: 15:00 GMT
With live online viewing delayed by up to 30 seconds or more compared to broadcast TV, enriching the viewing experience with online content, while ensuring that all viewers see the action at the same time, is a significant challenge. To provide viewers with engaging online experiences that keep them coming back for more, service providers need true real-time streaming.
This webinar will cover questions such as:
- How important is latency for live online streaming?
- Which live streaming workflows offers the greatest opportunity to generate additional revenue?
- What are the main challenges faced by online video service providers when live-streaming major events such as sports tournaments?
Being a webinar from Limelight, you will also hear
- How Limelight realtime streaming minimizes latency
- How to reach the widest audience with native browser support
- How to enable new business models with interactivity
- How to reach viewers everywhere
All this along with key findings from DTVE’s industry survey, showing that industry executives believe live streaming could ultimately supplant broadcast technology, but challenges remain.
Vice President of Product Strategy,
Digital TV Europe
Date: 4th September 2018, 15:00 BST
In this webinar, CSG will explore the world of ‘live’. Particularly live events like the World Cup, the Olympics, live sport and live concerts. Using real-world examples CSG will provide strategies for how non-digital and digital natives looking to expand services can quickly and easily create immersive, interactive and personalised experiences that generate loyalty, grow bottom lines and leave competitors in the dust.
The days of conforming to TV programming are long gone. Connected lifestyles enable viewers to watch how and when they choose…and that includes live events. Leading technology companies, and particularly those focused on social, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC) are continuously raising the bar when it comes to consumer engagement and developing a devoted fan base. Undeterred by industry or geographic borders, these organizations are pros at capitalising on events that bring together millions of fans across the globe and then, retaining their loyalty long after.
The moderator for this webinar is Stuart Thomson. Stuart is Editor of Digital TV Europe and digitaltveurope.net, the leading source for news and analysis on the digital video and pay TV industry in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
With 20 years’ experience as a leading journalist covering pay TV and digital media, Stuart is an authority on topics ranging from the growth of OTT TV, multiscreen and multi-play offerings to the IP-based convergence of video and data services.
Stuart is a familiar face on the industry conference circuit as a moderator.
President, Ascendon Digital Services and OTT
Kent heads CSG’s digital services initiatives focused on creating compelling consumer experiences across devices that better serve the on-the-go consumer. An authority on innovative advancements in multi-device and premium video content delivery, Kent has been honored on multiple occasions as one of Cablefax’s Most Innovative People in Multiscreen and is a frequently sought-after author, speaking on driving wealth in the digital economy.
Many of the world’s leading cable and entertainment providers (including Cineplex, Comcast Xfinity On Campus, Eastlink, Formula 1 and TalkTalk) have benefitted from Kent’s expertise to build global digital strategies and implement digital content monetization, marketing and management programs for the immediate capture of new revenue streams.
Three Free Webinars coming up next week:
1) Cloud TV and live-streaming featuring The Digital TV Europe Industry Survey 2018
13th March: Harmonic’s Vice President of Video Strategy, Thierry Fautier and Digital TV Europe’s (DTVE) Editor, Stuart Thomson provide an in-depth discussion of cloud technology and OTT live-streaming, featuring results from The Digital TV Europe Industry Survey 2018.
DTVE will look at what industry executives think about some of the most pressing issues facing the digital video distribution business, including:
- The impact of cloud technology
- The growth of live streaming
- OTT TV and multiscreen distribution
Harmonic will highlight the trends, challenges and technology solutions that are transforming the OTT video delivery market, including:
- How to overcome low latency to delivery QoE on all devices
- The latest in video compression
- How to gain operational efficiencies with cloud-based and SaaS media processing
2) The Media + Networks Survey: Results
15th March: Discussion looking at the key findings of the 2018 Media + Networks survey
Key findings and broken down by business type looking at:
- Financial performance
- Business focus
3) How are you going to make money in 2018?
The final webinar of Digital Week is hosted by LeadersIn, and focuses on how the industry will make money and the expected revenue mix for the coming year. MiDiA Research will also be providing a whitepaper on the content bubble.