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Multichannel Broadcasters: Innovation vs stagnation

PLATFORM FUTURES
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15 Sep 2017

New services and consumer behaviours enabled by high speed broadband are reshaping the TV industry as we have known it for 80 years. Many say we are fast approaching a crossroads, a tipping point where old business models and old ways of doing business will be dominated by the new. This panel explores the biggest differences between old and new TV, how different players are responding to those changes, and looks to plot an evolutionary time frame.

Chairperson
Mike Grant, Founder & CEO - Caru Ventures
Speakers
James Jackson, Technology Director - Digital UK
Jens Köpsén, Head of Streaming - Viaplay
Lluis Borrell, Partner & Global Head of Media - Analysys Mason
Soo Kim, Executive Director, Media Operations - Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
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    CEO, Vevo
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