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You knew it was inevitable that the gap between the Internet and TV would end. Now your subscribers are purchasing Connected or Smart TVs, allowing them to access the Internet and download apps as easily as they do for their smart phones and computers. But what does this mean for your business?
Will Connected TVs hurt or help your business? What steps can you take now to make sure you profit from the bevy of smart TV apps that are likely to flood the market soon? Will Connected TVs increase or decrease cord cutting? Can programmers and operators learn from what's happening in the smart phone and iPAD markets and cash in on the apps craze? Or will apps developers be the only ones to profit?
At this information-packed Webinar you'll learn:
|Bio Bryan Gonzalez
Director of the Social Entertainment Lab at USC's Entertainment Technology Center
Bryan Gonzalez joined the ETC in early 2007 to aid with the development and build out of the Anytime/Anywhere Content Lab. Since then he has worked on a variety of projects ranging from executive education to building up the Consumer 3D Experience Lab. On the personal side, he enjoys keeping up to date with the latest tech trends, and keeps very busy helping family and friends navigate through tech-crises.
|Bio Marc Sokol
Executive Vice President, Marketing and Business Development
Marc Sokol, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Business Development, NeuLion: Marc Sokol has more than 30 years of experience in the information technology industry. He has been a software engineer, and entrepreneur, the senior marketing executive with a large technology vendor and a venture capital investor. Marc has a developed a deep understanding of corporate strategy, market positioning and what it takes to scale technology companies to create massive value. Prior to NeuLion, he spent ten years as an active venture capital investor for JK&B Capital. At JK&B he was a key member of the software and Internet team leading investments in startups and as an active member of their Board of Directors. Prior to joining JK&B, Mr. Sokol held a number of executive management positions at Computer Associates (CA) including the senior executive responsible for all worldwide marketing.
Area of expertise: Connected home devices, connected home technologies, CE manufacturer’s strategies in the home.
Andrew Ladbrook is a Research Analyst with Informa Telecoms & Media. In his role Andrew looks at the impact of the latest developments in home network technology and smart connected devices.
Andrew originally joined Informa as an intern where he assisted with the Fttx: A Global Analysis report and researched DSLAM distribution in Europe. After this he joined the Broadband team as a Research Analyst where he focused on online content. In this position Andrew created a financial tracker following many of the key players in the online market including Google, Microsoft and Tencent. He also examined the state of online content markets across Western and Eastern Europe and Latin America. In 2010 he was the lead author on Informa’s Connected Home: Beyond the PC report and was a key contributor to the forthcoming Internet traffic forecasts.
Andrew has a Masters of Theology from the University of St Andrews and spent a year at Bath University studying economics
Paul Gray is Director of TV Electronics Research for DisplaySearch. He also covers digital broadcast, signal processing and semiconductor technology. He is heavily involved in analysis and forecasting of connected TV and 3D. Paul has worked his entire career in the TV supply chain, and has more than 15 years of experience in market intelligence, marketing and product management. His work includes forecasting, product strategy and investment and R&D decisions.
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