ACTON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/19/13 -- Azuki Systems, the leader in the delivery of any content to any screen over any network, announced the participation of its CEO, John Clancy, at the 2013 over-the-top TV conference (OTTCON), in Santa Clara, CA.
The 2013 OTTCON is where all segments of the TV, entertainment and technology ecosystems come to together to chart a course for success in the broadband TV world.
At the 2013 OTTCON, John Clancy will give a presentation on how OTT multi-screen video presents new monetization opportunities. During the session, John will address the key foundational strategies to co-exist and thrive in the TV Everywhere/OTT multi-screen video ecosystem of the future.
John Clancy, President and CEO of Azuki Systems
Santa Clara Convention Center, Mission City Ballroom
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
1:15 PM - 1:45 PM
Monetizing OTT Multi-Screen Video: Make it Happen, or Ask "What Happened?":
Consumers are demanding to watch what they want, when they want it, on their devices of choice.
TV service providers are recognizing that OTT is not an enemy, but a business opportunity that enables them to augment their existing video infrastructure and expand TV-quality content services to devices beyond home TV.
Content owners see OTT video delivery as a new (additional) channel for content distribution and are trying to figure out how to get paid for content delivered to multi-screens inside and outside of the home.
In this session, attendees will learn what's needed to fully implement and monetize OTT multi-screen video services -- and avoid waking up one day asking "what happened?"
For more information:
Director of Marketing at Azuki Systems
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