Integrating Broadcast and Internet Businesses: 50 shades of pay

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14 Sep 2017

Pay TV is unrecognisable from the revenue and distribution model of 10 years ago. From the use of cloud in distribution to a dizzying array of new revenue models and sets of challengers across the industry.

In this session we will explore the range of solutions being tested and launched across the globe - from specialist OTT content producers and excellent local platforms to the new developments of global giants.

There are at least 50 Shades of Pay – but we will discover which models will stay grey and which will be the new black.

Kym Niblock, Chief Product and Information Officer - TVNZ New Zealand
Florian Diederichsen, CTO - Perform Group
Gerald Sauvageon, Head of Publishing, Broadcast & Entertainment - Google
Jeff Hunter, Chief Architect - Youview
Justin Hewelt, Global Director, Brand Product & Marketing - Paymedia
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