The Connected Media|IP Debate Theatre at NAB Show 2018 will host a variety of topics with the spotlight honing in on streaming related TV technology. The presentations and panels related to streaming and TV technology will be held from 9-11 April in the South Upper Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Centre. The CM|IP Debate Theatre is sponsored by Norigin Media, who will be exhibiting at NAB Show and in the USA for the first time.
On day 1, Cisco will discuss the threat landscape in the expansive broadcast industry and offer solutions to combat and keep track of the evolving nature of cyber threats. Fincons and Mediaset will outline the Enabler project, a pioneering endeavor around interactive advertising. In keeping with TV-tech trends, Keepixo will present its Docker implementations, making containerisation relevant to this industry.
Continuing with TV tech trends on day 2, Norigin Media, the sponsor of the Debate Theatre, will present the complexities of multi-screen solutions and how best to implement and manage the continuous evolution of TV Apps. The key panel on big data and analytics will discuss its impact on ad insertion, content recommendations and programming, whilst Cisco will discuss current IP transitions. PCCW will present a case study on 360VR used during a Hong Kong live sporting event.
Day 3 will see Rumble showcase how Blockchain technology impacts video, while Contentwise explains some myths about TV engagement. Cloud based TV subjects are discussed across panels, plus the costs related to both CAPEX/OPEX efficiencies for TV and content providers on a panel that debates how to ensure profitability while introducing innovation across the entire value chain of TV delivery.
Full details of all presentations and panel debates can be found here:
Presentation Theatre: https://nab18.mapyourshow.com/7_0/sessions/index.cfm?advsrch=true&advsrc...
About Norigin Media, sponsor of the CM|IP Debate Theatre:
Norigin Media is a proudly Scandinavian company providing products for OTT TV and video streaming services. The flagship products include TV Apps, a multi-screen streaming Apps product and Cloudncoder, a linear TV cloud encoding product. With over a decade of experience in TV and video hosting, Norigin caters to premium TV services offering scalability, customisation, monitoring and broadcast-grade support services. Customers have included reputable brands such as Deutsche Telekom, Orange Global, Boxer TV Sweden, FOX, MTV, BBC, Telenor, TV2, and Eurosport. The privately owned company is headquartered in Oslo.
The company is led by CEO Ajey Anand (pictured).