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Fresh from the USA: How are broadcasters in the United States responding to digital disruption in the world's largest TV market?

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16 Sep 2017

The world's largest TV market is experiencing a period of unprecedented change – in consumption, industry revenues and competition. Can the USA pay-TV market survive SVOD and skinny bundles? Can USA broadcasters compete against Google and Facebook? Has the USA hit peak TV? Will the USA remain the largest TV market and biggest exporter in the world?

A panel of execs from across the industry will give us the low down on what’s really happening in the USA – and what it means for the rest of the world.

Chairperson
Jon Watts, Managing Partner - MTM
Speakers
Jeff Binder, CEO - Layer3 TV
John Gee, SVP of Business Development - Alphonso
Rick Capstraw, Vice President, Head of Sales - Verizon Digital Media Services
Tom Pickett, CEO - Ellation
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