Videoscape Europe

Thought-leadership event for TV streaming

Wednesday 10 October 2018

STREAMING AS THE ENGINE FOR GROWTH

Videoscape explores the growth opportunities that streaming gives producers, rights holders, curators, distributors and aggregators of quality video entertainment in Europe. This thought-leadership event confronts the challenges facing established media companies in an ‘OTT’ market where the media value-chain is being redrawn. It explores the strategies for success across direct-to-consumer, broadcaster streaming, SVOD, Pay Lite and OTT aggregator services.

For our 2018 conference, we take a special look at two fast-emerging propositions: direct-to-consumer (DTC) content owners (including sports leagues who become producers and retailers), and new-world aggregators (including born online sports services and Pay TV ‘onboarders’ who want to re-aggregate a fragmented apps landscape). You will hear from companies who are pioneering these new models.

Throughout this one-day event there is an emphasis on new market opportunities, evolving distribution relationships, and the strategies that achieve growth and profit. We consider the sustainability of the streaming ecosystem as a whole – and whether revenues generated from back-catalogues and thematic specialisation can pay for the mass duplication of CRM, billing and marketing functions.

Key themes:

  • Optimised marketing that drives new subscriptions at low cost
  • How sports owners can use streaming to balance monetisation and reach
  • Launch tactics for content released into SVOD services
  • Potential app/platform partnerships, from billing to discounted bundles
  • Making sure consumers find content in a fragmented apps universe
  • Using streaming to expand sports audiences and acquire rights
  • Technologies that make streaming easier and maximise subscriber value
  • Growing direct-to-consumer revenues without undermining a legacy business
  • The investor view on content competition and DTC disruption.

Timings: 9am - 5:15pm

Tickets:

Regular ticket: £350 + VAT

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Agenda

08:20

Registration

08:55

Welcome

Welcome from Derek Jones, Director, Mediatel

Speakers

Derek Jones

The power of streaming

09:00

Understanding the current and future scale of OTT disruption

The rapid growth and proliferation of OTT services is disrupting TV markets across Europe. In this scene setter for Videoscape Europe 2018, we explore the challenges and opportunities facing the TV industry, as broadcasting transitions into multi-platform TV.

Jon Watts, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, MTM

Speakers

Jon Watts

09:10

Fireside Chat with Nick Herm, Director of Strategy, Sky

Nick will discuss Sky’s multi-faceted streaming strategy, covering its role as an international Pay Lite pioneer, TV Everywhere leader and SVOD on boarder. He will outline the role of Sky’s streaming-only platforms for delivering ‘full-flavour’ Pay TV in Italy and the UK. With Sky set to offer Netflix inside a subscription bundle, we will be asking about the wider opportunities for platform owners with subscription management, billing and customer care capabilities to partner with subscription streaming services.

Nick will be talking to Jon Watts, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, MTM

Chair

Jon Watts

Speakers

Nick Herm

09:45

Creating a broadcast-friendly, one-stop online home for the best of German TV

  • How the addition of Eurosport Player and maxdome boosts 7TV’s ambition to become the No.1 German OTT service
  • Why we are a new breed of aggregator: a shared streaming platform, open to multiple channel owners, with free and paid linear plus AVOD, SVOD and TVOD
  • How we blend a growing collection of multi-genre linear and VOD content into a compelling and unified user experience
  • Strategies to differentiate 7TV from other OTT services, and how we will reach our target of 10m users within two years
  • The new digital distribution opportunities for channel owners on 7TV, including the ability to serve superfans
  • Why regulators should now back a multi-broadcaster OTT service, and our hope that RTL, ARD and ZDF will join us.

Alexander von Woikowsky, Managing Director, 7TV

Speakers

Alexander von Woikowsky

10:05

How investors view the emergence of global content curators and ‘direct-to-consumer’

  • What investors think about increased competition for premium content: impact on broadcasters and production companies
  • How markets view ‘direct-to-consumer’ and its potential to disrupt established producer-curator-distributor relationships
  • Analyst view on the proliferation of lower-priced video subscription services, and whether it grows the total market or lowers revenues
  • Investor sentiment about advertising as a way to monetise online content services – does the money follow ‘paid’ or ‘free’ models?

Alex DeGroote, Owner, DeGroote Consulting

Speakers

Alex DeGroote

10:20

Panel: The power of streaming, and the implications for ‘legacy’ services

  • Is OTT ‘service stacking’ a threat to Pay TV or will it confirm the value of operators as bundle-discounters for heavy TV consumers?
  • Will the growth of thematic SVOD replace weaker linear channels; what implications for channels not included in Pay Lite offers?
  • How do sports leagues use direct-to-consumer to mine new audiences and revenues without undermining legacy business?
  • Can free streaming replace FTA broadcast as a way for Pay TV sports channels to increase audiences for selected live events?
  • What technologies will have the biggest impact on the premium streaming market during the next two years?
  • Do broadcasters need shared streaming platforms to compete with Netflix and Amazon, and will any regulators stand in the way?
  • What will ensure that SVOD, direct-to-consumer, Pay Lite and Pay TV deliver more subs revenue for the industry, not less?
  • Moderated by Jon Watts, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, MTM

    Nicole Agudo Berbel, Chief Distribution Officer, ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE

    Scott Kewley, COO, TV Player

    John Armah, Chief Operating Officer, Marquee.TV

    Kristan Bullett, Co-Managing Director, Piksel

Chair

Jon Watts

Speakers

Nicole Agudo Berbel John Armah Scott Kewley Kristan Bullett

11:00

Networking coffee break

Understanding direct-to-consumer services

11:30

How a new breed of consumer is creating a new video economy

  • How Pay TV manages your video life, the power of bundling, consumers who want to be ‘looked after’ and their market value
  • Identifying a new breed of consumers who find their own content, stack streaming services and manage multiple subscriptions
  • The challenges and opportunities presented by increasingly independent consumers, and their impact on the video economy.

Colin Dixon, Chief Analyst and Founder, nScreenMedia

Speakers

Colin Dixon

11:45

The digital transformation at Formula 1: making OTT a priority

  • The huge global fan base and established broadcast business that underpins F1 success
  • The digital priorities we set ourselves, including the launch of F1 TV
  • Our research to identify and segment the F1 audience: meet the ‘Habituals’, ‘Purists’, ‘Sociables’ and ‘Excitables’
  • Building the case for F1 TV with focus groups, social listening and user testing – and our per-market pricing and packaging
  • Our determination to make F1 TV the greatest OTT racing spectacle on earth, and how a ‘fans come first’ philosophy reveals itself.

David Bailey, Senior Digital Research Manager, Formula 1

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David Bailey

12:20

Panel: How ‘direct-to-consumer’ changes the distribution business

  • Must owners go direct-to-consumer to maximise the value of their content; is data and advertising independence a reason to go DTC [1]?
  • ‘Binge-and-bolt’ behaviours are a real problem - how do we turn more free-trial-bingers into long-term customers?
  • Will we see multiple DTC and SVOD services discounted inside a bundle; who will do the bundling and what discounts are realistic?
  • What would persuade an app owner to share usage data with an apps aggregator - any promo or advertising partnerships possible?
  • Online viewers hate ads but they also hate to pay - how do we resolve this conundrum?
  • How do we make app build and lifecycle management easier, and how far can you outsource operations?
  • Most online providers work with multiple distribution partners - how difficult is it to build a unified management platform and create a unified picture of a video service?
  • [1] DTC = direct-to-consumer

Moderated by Colin Dixon, Chief Analyst and Founder, nScreenMedia

Dan Fahy, Vice President - Commercial and Content Distribution, Viacom International Media Networks

CJ Fahey, General Manager - VICE TV and Studios EMEA, VICE Media

Arlen Marmel, General Manager of VRV, Ellation

Chair

Colin Dixon

Speakers

Dan Fahy CJ Fahey Arlen Marmel

13:00

Networking lunch

Making money from OTT

14:00

Changing the way the world sees sport with the British-based Netflix of sports

  • Democratising sport and growing audiences with an accessible and affordable streaming service
  • Shaking up the sport broadcasting industry with a product built for modern viewing habits and cord-cutters
  • Helping rights holders do it differently and drive revenue by finding fans for mainstream, niche and under-served sports
  • How DAZN became the world’s biggest sports broadcaster by volume, streaming well over 100m hours of content to fans every year

James Rushton, Chief Executive Officer, DAZN

Speakers

James Rushton

14:15

Fireside Chat with Adam Cunningham at Allied Global Marketing and Matt Graham at Acorn TV

Allied Global Marketing is the leading full-service agency for the entertainment, arts and culture industries, working with all major media companies around the world, including NBC Universal, Netflix and The Walt Disney Company. Adam, the company’s Chief Digital Officer, oversees the agency’s digital groups across the globe, including the AVOD, SVOD and TVOD teams. He will discuss the marketing strategies that help streaming services conquer domestic and international markets, including techniques used to develop audience targets, optimization campaigns and business modelling to drive the highest volume of subscriptions at the lowest cost.

Adam and Matt are talking to Nathalie Lethbridge, Founder and Principal, Atonik Digital

Chair

Nathalie Lethbridge

Speakers

Adam Cunningham Matt Graham

14:45

Panel: How to make money, and keep making money, from OTT

  • How do OTT providers avoid being commoditised - and is heavy investment in original content a viable solution, long-term?
  • How do streaming services ensure their content is discovered: on boarding, alerts, advertising, UX innovations…?
  • What data-driven CRM opportunities do most to boost the SVOD experience and strengthen an SVOD business?
  • What emerging technologies or processes will help streaming services to achieve profit, then maximise subscriber lifetime value?
  • How do launch and growth strategies differ when you are funded by advertising, and will we see a proliferation in AVOD models?
  • Can we afford to duplicate CRM, billing and marketing functions across hundreds of OTT offers; what rationalisations are likely?

Moderated by Nathalie Lethbridge, Founder and Principal, Atonik Digital

Heather Killen, CEO, Horse and Country

Benjamin Woods, Director Strategy and Insight, Eurosport

Miranda Conroy, Nordic Head of AVOD Monetization & Business Development, Nordic Entertainment Group

Chair

Nathalie Lethbridge

Speakers

Heather Killen Benjamin Woods Miranda Conroy

15:20

Networking coffee break

New opportunities in aggregation and curation

15:50

Bridging the gap between VoD, OTT and Pay TV for Kids

Sarah Aspinall, Kids and Music Editor, Virgin Media UK

Speakers

Sarah Aspinall

16:10

How we are building a free-to-view digital powerhouse at Viafree

  • Nordic Entertainment Group as a content powerhouse, home to NENT Studios originals, the best of Hollywood and world-class sport
  • What happened when our free-to-air channel branded player services were given a single digital home under the Viafree brand
  • The growth of live streaming, including music and sport, and exclusive content, as we become a destination in our own right
  • Reaching young audiences, from Paradise Hotel to digital extensions, SplayOne exclusives and Influencer collaborations
  • How we fully monetize free online content: our programmatic platform, consumer data strategy and ad targeting opportunities
  • Our new branded section for Turner-owned Adult Swim comedy, and our ambition for more third-party content and genre-based verticals.

Miranda Conroy, Nordic Head of AVOD Monetization & Business Development, Nordic Entertainment Group

Speakers

Miranda Conroy

16:25

How ELEVEN SPORTS is changing sports distribution in Europe

  • Our rights portfolio from La Liga to UFC, our Pay TV distribution and online services, and the ‘subs-with-some-free’ streaming model
  • How online helped grow a championship beyond its regional bases: our extensive coverage of Italy’s Serie C, creating national interest
  • How streaming helps leagues balance monetisation, reach and ‘next-generation-of-fan’ marketing, including the role of social
  • Looking ahead, what ELEVEN SPORTS can bring to the sports market in Europe, and the role of ‘online’ in our expansion plans.

Tom Middleditch, Global Head of Digital, Eleven Sports

Speakers

Tom Middleditch

16:45

Networking drinks

Speakers

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    Nicole Agudo Berbel

    Chief Distribution Officer, ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE

  • Speaker
    Nick Herm

    Director of Strategy, Sky

  • Speaker
    Alexander von Woikowsky

    Managing Director, 7TV

  • Speaker
    John Armah

    Chief Operating Officer, Marquee.TV

  • Speaker
    Heather Killen

    CEO, Horse and Country

  • Speaker
    James Rushton

    Chief Executive Officer, DAZN

  • Speaker
    Miranda Conroy

    Nordic Head of AVOD Monetization & Business Development, Nordic Entertainment Group

  • Speaker
    CJ Fahey

    General Manager - VICE TV and Studios EMEA, VICE Media

  • Speaker
    Scott Kewley

    COO, TV Player

  • Speaker
    Sarah Aspinall

    Kids and Music Editor, Virgin Media UK

  • Speaker
    Jon Watts

    Co-Founder and Managing Partner, MTM

  • Speaker
    Dan Fahy

    Vice President - Commercial and Content Distribution, Viacom International Media Networks

  • Speaker
    Adam Cunningham

    Chief Digital Officer, Allied Global Marketing

  • Speaker
    Nathalie Lethbridge

    Founder & Principal, Atonik Digital

  • Speaker
    Tom Middleditch

    Global Head of Digital, Eleven Sports

  • Speaker
    Arlen Marmel

    General Manager of VRV, Ellation

  • Speaker
    David Bailey

    Senior Digital Research Manager, Formula 1

  • Speaker
    Neil Berry

    Chief Revenue Officer, Airbeem

  • Speaker
    Colin Dixon

    Chief Analyst & Founder, nScreenMedia

  • Speaker
    Benjamin Woods

    Director Strategy and Insight, Eurosport

  • Speaker
    Kristan Bullett

    Co-Managing Director, Piksel

  • Speaker
    Alex DeGroote

    Owner, DeGroote Consulting

  • Speaker
    Matt Graham

    Senior Vice President & GM, Acorn TV

  • Speaker
    Derek Jones

    Director, Mediatel

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Nicole Agudo Berbel

Chief Distribution Officer, ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE


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Nick Herm

Director of Strategy, Sky

Nick has been at Sky for 18 years in a wide range of roles. He is currently Director of Strategy, responsible for the team who focus on strategic planning and decision making. Before this, Nick spent three years as Chief Operating Officer at Sky News where his role covered all aspects of running Sky News – including commercial deals, strategy and people management. Prior to this, Nick was Deputy Head of Strategy for a number of years and was involved in numerous significant projects, including the acquisition of VMtv, the launch of Sky Atlantic and many commercial deals with the major US studios and sports bodies. Nick studied at Warwick University and graduated with a BA Hons in Economics and International Studies.


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Alexander von Woikowsky

Managing Director, 7TV


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John Armah

Chief Operating Officer, Marquee.TV

John Armah is COO at Marguee Arts. Marquee.TV is the global subscription video on demand service for the arts. Before launching his new venture, John was in charge of international digital strategy and operations at CNBC. Prior to CNBC, he was a social and mobile specialist. At Betapond (now StitcherAds) , he led the team delivering Dove’s global social strategy and campaigns and the ground breaking Waterworks project for Unilever. At Masher Technologies, he delivered the multi-award winning Show Your 5 campaign for Nike. This followed a ten year career at the Financial Times that included leading the launch of FT.com in the US and the launch of mobile and subscription products.


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Heather Killen

CEO, Horse and Country

Heather Killen is CEO of H&C TV, the world’s largest digital media offering on equestrian sports and lifestyle. H&C attracts a 95% female audience that is young, affluent, and like many sports fans, passionate. Heather’s experience spans both internet and TV worlds, thanks to former roles including SVP International at Yahoo! Inc from 1996 to 2001, and non-executive director at ITV plc. As CEO of H&C TV, she has expanded the network from one satellite delivered channel to five channels across Europe and Australia passing 30 million households on cable, broadband, satellite, web and mobile, and OTT platforms such as Amazon Video.


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James Rushton

Chief Executive Officer, DAZN

James is the CEO of DAZN, the first global pure-sport live and on-demand streaming service that is changing the way the world sees sport. He has been involved in the creation of DAZN from the very beginning – based on a fan-first philosophy that lets them watch their sport, their way. With access to the world’s best sports including top European football, US sports, tennis, darts and more, fans can watch their favourite teams, leagues and players anytime, anywhere for a monthly affordable price and no lengthy contract. Using cutting-edge streaming technology, DAZN is available in Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Canada and the U.S. and is accessible on most connected devices including smart TVs, smartphones, PCs, tablets and games consoles. James joined Premium TV in 2003, prior to its merger with Inform Group in 2007 to become Perform. Previously, he has held multiple senior roles within Perform including Managing Director of APAC, Managing Director of Australia & New Zealand and Managing Director of ePlayer. Before joining Perform, James held the position of Commercial Director at Birmingham City Football Club. He holds an MBA in Business Administration and Management from the University of Birmingham.


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Miranda Conroy

Nordic Head of AVOD Monetization & Business Development, Nordic Entertainment Group

Miranda's experience in Online Media and Broadcasting, spans over 20 years and have included roles in London at Discovery, CNBC Europe and Channel 4. 4 years ago she moved back to her home land Sweden and started as a Product Owner for TV4 Play at Bonnier Broadcasting, moving on a year ago to MTG (now NENT Group) to lead the development of its flagship AVOD product, Viafree.


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CJ Fahey

General Manager - VICE TV and Studios EMEA, VICE Media


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Scott Kewley

COO, TV Player


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Sarah Aspinall

Kids and Music Editor, Virgin Media UK

Sarah Aspinall is the Kids and Music Editor for Virgin Media UK. In her capacity, Sarah oversees and implements strategy, planning, scheduling, channel relationships and acquisitions for the children’s content offering on the Virgin Media platform. Prior to Virgin, Sarah worked at Azoomee as the Creative Director and Head of Content and BT as Head of Kids TV. Sarah has over 20 years’ experience in TV programming business including over 11 years in the kids’ TV industry working at Turner Broadcasting.


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Jon Watts

Co-Founder and Managing Partner, MTM

Jon Watts is a Director and co-founder of MTM, a specialist research and digital strategy consultancy. MTM helps clients succeed in fast-moving, digitally-driven markets, providing consumer and market research and analysis, strategic advice and hands-on support to some of the world’s leading brands and organisations. MTM’s recent clients including the BBC, Channel 4, ITV, BSkyB, Bauer, NBCUniversal, Discovery, Viacom, UKTV, BT, Yahoo!, Guardian Media Group, the Government Digital Service, Olswang and the European Space Agency. MTM’s consulting team are advertising industry specialists, with many years of experience advising companies in and around the TV and internet advertising markets, as well as working with agencies, technology providers and media owners in other sectors. MTM helps clients to analyse the impact of new technologies, platforms, networks and devices on consumer behaviour and on the wider ad market. The consulting team also advises major media owners on their growth strategies for TV and video advertising and helps organisations to strengthen and improve their advertising operations and business processes. MTM’s insight team are also leading specialists in ad effectiveness testing, working with market-leading agencies, advertisers and media owners. Jon is a founding Director at MTM, with nearly 20 years of professional consulting. He manages MTM’s digital strategy offering, advising clients on industry developments, strategy and growth, and organisational transformation. He also leads MTM’s programme of engagement with the advertising and media industries. Prior to co-founding MTM London, Jon worked at Spectrum Strategy Consultants for six years, co-founded fathom, and worked as an independent consultant with leading UK media companies, including Virgin, Emap and Pearson.


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Dan Fahy

Vice President - Commercial and Content Distribution, Viacom International Media Networks

Dan Fahy is Vice President, Commercial and Content Distribution for Viacom International Media Networks, and leads commercial and content distribution initiatives for Viacom’s UK, Northern, Central and Eastern Europe region, taking in the UK, Nordic, Central Eastern Europe and Russia territories. Viacom International Media Networks, a unit of Viacom Inc. is comprised of many of the world's most popular entertainment brands including Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., and Paramount Networks. Viacom International Media Networks also owns UK Public Service Broadcaster Channel 5, Telefe in Argentina and COLORS in India. Dan’s responsibilities span the network’s pay TV partnerships, free to air distribution, and commercial and business development.


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Adam Cunningham

Chief Digital Officer, Allied Global Marketing

Adam Cunningham began his career as a Hollywood talent manager, working with A-list talent at the cusp of digital technologies transforming traditional business models in the in the entertainment industry. Noting this development, Adam began to consult for various entertainment entities conceiving and implementing a number of IP based solutions to these new challenges. From this, Adam founded 87AM in 2010, a full-service digital agency focused on the entertainment, arts and culture industries. This strategic digital approach proved extremely effective, leading 87AM to be acquired by Allied Integrated Marketing in 2016. Adam and his team have since become leaders in emerging entertainment platforms, including all streaming services and work across all major media companies from around the globe in some capacity. Allied Integrated Marketing is the largest agency for the entertainment industry. Adam, now based out of London, currently serves as Chief Digital Officer for Allied across North America, Europe and China. For more information, go to AlliedIM.com.


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Nathalie Lethbridge

Founder & Principal, Atonik Digital


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Tom Middleditch

Global Head of Digital, Eleven Sports


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Arlen Marmel

General Manager of VRV, Ellation

Arlen Marmel is the general manager of Ellation's audience-focused aggregation platform, VRV. Featuring premium SVOD channels including Crunchyroll, Funimation, DramaFever, Rooster Teeth, and Shudder, alongside exclusive series like “Bravest Warriors,” “Lastman,” and “Harmon Quest,” VRV offers fans a next-gen entertainment experience across devices. In his current role, Marmel drives VRV’s growth and collaborates with new and existing partners to deliver premium content to the platform; additionally, he oversees advertising, content operations, and creative services for both Ellation properties, Crunchyroll and VRV. Before the launch of VRV, Marmel was head of marketing and distribution for Crunchyroll, the world's largest streaming destination for anime and manga, growing the business from 250,000 subscribers to over one million subscribers today. Prior to Ellation, Marmel was Hulu’s director of customer acquisition and retention for four years, where he oversaw Hulu Plus’ growth from inception to more than five million paid subscribers. Before joining Hulu, Marmel worked with various media companies such as NBCUniversal, Fox, APA, and ICM. Marmel graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Studies at the University of Maryland College Park and earned an MBA in Digital Strategy from the University of California, Los Angeles Anderson School of Management.


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David Bailey

Senior Digital Research Manager, Formula 1

David currently works for F1 heading up digital research and analytics, working across areas including the F1 website & app re-launch, and the launch of the brand new OTT service ‘F1 TV’. The research team at F1 has only been in existence for little over a year, but the fan insights they’ve captured have been pivotal in further developing a much loved international sport both online and offline.


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Neil Berry

Chief Revenue Officer, Airbeem


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Colin Dixon

Chief Analyst & Founder, nScreenMedia

Mr. Dixon created nScreenMedia as a resource to the Digital Media Industry as it transitions to the new infrastructure for multi-screen delivery. He brings a wealth of knowledge on the Digital TV, Over-the-Top, mobile video, social TV, and IPTV spaces from his 19 years working in those industries. Previous to creating nScreenMedia, he was an analyst and partner with The Diffusion Group. Before that he held senior executive positions at Microsoft/WebTV, Liberate and Oracle delivering products and services to the Cable, Satellite and IPTV industries. Mr. Dixon is the author of many reports and opinion pieces including View My Video: Consumer Digital Media Consumption. He holds Bachelors and Master’s Degrees in Electrical Engineering and has post-graduate business education experience from Stanford. Mr. Dixon is a frequent speaker and moderator at many industry events such as NAB, CES, IBC, TV Connect and OTT World Summit. He is frequently quoted in the press and other media. About nScreeMedia nScreenMedia is a resource to the Digital Media Industry as it transitions to the new infrastructure for multi-screen delivery. Through a mix of informed opinion, news, information and research nScreenMedia helps you make sense of multi-screen media. www.nscreenmedia.com twitter: @nscreenmedia


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Benjamin Woods

Director Strategy and Insight, Eurosport


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Kristan Bullett

Co-Managing Director, Piksel

As one half of Piksel’s Media & Entertainment leadership team, Kristan is responsible for driving the company’s commercial direction and developing long-lasting, collaborative relationships with our customers. Formerly Piksel’s Head of Solutions, he continues to provide technical leadership and guidance around the company’s architectural approach. With nearly 20 years’ experience in the media and entertainment industry, Kristan has invaluable experience working directly with many top tier clients including BSkyB, AT&T, BBC, Channel 4, Disney, and Liberty Global. During this time he has helped shape these companies over-the-top (OTT) and online video strategies, galvanizing them as front-runners in the world of online video. A highlight was leading the architecture and delivery for Horizon Go for Liberty Global. Kristan has strong interests in DRM, metadata management, standardizations in the OTT space and understanding how traditional broadcasters can fully transition to IP. Kristan holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Systems Development.


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Alex DeGroote

Owner, DeGroote Consulting


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Matt Graham

Senior Vice President & GM, Acorn TV


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Derek Jones

Director, Mediatel


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