“While traditional, linear TV still has a strong foothold in the Asia Pacific region, there is no denying that OTT is making its presence felt throughout the industry,” said Christopher Slaughter, CEO, CASBAA. “OTT is opening up completely new ways to generate revenue from video content but, to make it succeed, we need to understand how to deliver it, how to protect it and how to monetize it.”
The inaugural CASBAA OTT Summit will explore in detail what the future holds for the pay-TV business and the various factors of incorporating OTT into existing business models. Find out more about: OTT and content delivery solutions; how to monetize mobile video and TV in the post-4G world; its impact on advertising revenues; and encoding, transcoding, authentication and DRM solutions.
To address these topics, CASBAA has assembled a high-profile roster of thought leaders headlined by Keynote speaker, Danny Keens, Director of Media, Twitter.
Additional expertise will be provided by Kerry Brown (VP, Southeast Asia, comScore), Nick Chuah (Business Director, Asia, Videoplaza), Frédéric Garnier (VP Market Development & Insight EMEA and APAC, Piksel), Ben Gidley (Director Multiscreen Solutions, Irdeto), Steven Kopec (Director, Emerging Technology, Turner International Asia Pacific), Kenneth Lee (Director, Media Networks Technology, Asia, The Walt Disney Company (South East Asia)), Colin Light (Partner, PwC Consulting), Tony McGinn (CEO, Movideo), Cameron Moore (CTO, Movideo), Nick Seckold (CEO, Mindshare Singapore), Seow Yoke Kong (VP, Technology Services for Toggle, MediaCorp), Shu Fen Lin (VP, Home Solutions, Starhub), David Simonsen (SVP, Business Development, HBO Asia), Elle Todd (Partner, Olswang Asia), Reuben Verghese (VP Asia, Accedo) and many more.
The CASBAA OTT Summit 2014 is generously sponsored by Brightcove and MoVideo.
For more information about the event, please visit http://www.casbaa.com/
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Established in 1991, CASBAA is the Association for digital multichannel TV, content, platforms, advertising and video delivery across geographic markets throughout the Asia-Pacific. CASBAA and its members reach nearly 470 million connections within a regional footprint ranging from China to Australasia, Japan to Pakistan. The CASBAA mission is to promote the growth of multichannel TV and video content via industry information, networking exchanges and events while promoting global best practices. To view the full list of CASBAA members please visit here (http://www.casbaa.com/