BVE 2018 - CONNECTED MEDIA EUROPE

CONNECTED MEDIA EUROPE

BVE 2017

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Connected Media Europe is being launched at BVE 2017 – a signature destination to explore the technologies that enable audiences to receive, discover and interact with content across any device, anywhere.

Connected Media Europe will be perfectly placed within the main BVE 2017 event to demonstrate and discuss IP-focused technology including IPTV, OTT, mobile, social, and cloud.


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Agenda

Tuesday 28th February

11.00-11.30: How to overcome challenges in video streaming without plug-ins.

Albert-Jan Tebbe, Director Enterprise Sales EMEA, Bitmovin

Today’s video streaming looks likely to become more standardised in an HTML5 environment, without any plug-ins and MPEG-DASH as the main streaming format although HLS is still the default format for Apple devices. This presentation covers the main challenges media companies are still facing, the impact it has on the business, and the solution.

Albert-Jan Tebbe has more than 15 years of experience in online media and technology. After evangelising the Internet, he held several business development roles in media companies like Liberty Global, De Telegraaf, Canal Digitaal, and Digitenne, where he was involved at the start of the company. In 2009, he started MM1X, an adtech services company, which was sold in 2012. Prior to joining Bitmovin, Albert-Jan was VP Sales and Marketing at OpenTelly and before that he worked for Ooyala as Director Sales Benelux and Nordics.

11.30-12.00: Flexible monetization as a critical element in your OTT strategy.

Oded Ben-Zur, Director, Product Management, Kaltura.

Increasingly, OTT services support different types of content, diverse audiences with varied viewing preferences, geographic and content licensing restrictions. But primary for service providers and content publishers is the maximization of revenue. Unfortunately there is no silver bullet of video monetization models. Join this session to learn the key to monetization in today’s OTT world – flexibility! 

Oded Ben-Zur has over 17 years experience in video, new media, software and analytics platforms. As a hands-on, highly experienced product expert with broad technical, commercial and go-to-market expertise for B2C and B2B products, Oded drives product management for Kaltura’s OTT backend platform, ensuring it caters to the dynamic needs of both media and telecom OTT customers, while always having the end-user in mind. Oded previously held leadership product and solution architecture positions at Bigband Networks (Arris), Vidmind, LiveU, and Sheer Networks (Cisco).

12.00-12.45: Connected Media Europe Panel Debate 1: From the camera to the consumer - understanding how we can secure content in the world of OTT.

Participants:

Frédéric Torasso, Product Manager, TV Everywhere and OTT Video, Globecast.

As a skilled engineer in IT, telecommunications, satellite and audiovisual, Frédéric Torasso has managed the introduction of several technologies within the Globecast service portfolio: mobile TV in 3GPP and DVB-H, webTV, IPTV, OTT TV, HbbTV, CDN, ingest/play-out, interactive services, and IP data casting via satellite. Prior to his position within Globecast, Frédéric worked as an IT consultant in networks and systems integration.

Mathew Gilliat-Smith, CEO, Fortium Technologies.

Mathew Gilliat-Smith is the chief executive officer of Fortium Technologies. He has 25 years’ experience of working in the media industry. He co-founded Fortium in 1999 and has been responsible for establishing it as a respected provider of anti-piracy software solutions to blue chip film and entertainment businesses. He works closely with studio anti-piracy teams to develop customised solutions that secure disc and file based content during production and after release. Having built up Patronus as a well-respected brand for protecting Academy Award screeners, he is now focusing on MediaSeal, a file encryption at-rest solution to protect post-production workflows for the biggest film and televisions studios.

Albert-Jan Tebbe, Director Enterprise Sales EMEA, Bitmovin.

Albert-Jan Tebbe has more than 15 years of experience in online media and technology. After evangelising the Internet, he held several business development roles in media companies like Liberty Global, De Telegraaf, Canal Digitaal, and Digitenne, where he was involved at the start of the company. In 2009, he started MM1X, an adtech services company, which was sold in 2012. Prior to joining Bitmovin, Albert-Jan was VP Sales and Marketing at OpenTelly and before that he worked for Ooyala as Director Sales Benelux and Nordics.

12.45-13.15: The hybrid TV opportunity for broadcasters.

Sam Orton-Jay, Sales and Marketing Director, Simplestream

As the OTT market continues to grow, and the range of hybrid TV services that blur the lines between linear and on-demand gain more connected viewers, cost-effective opportunities to reach new audiences with IP delivery are emerging. In this case study-led presentation, Sam will describe these new possibilities and also share OTT delivery best practices, including how VoD-to-live virtual playout functionality can enhance streaming quality and introduce better monetisation options for broadcasters and content providers.

Sam Orton-Jay has 14 years’ experience working in video technology. After product managing the Blu-ray disc production tools at Sonic Solutions, he has held business development, strategy and sales positions at DivX and NeuLion, helping to define and deliver solutions to major operators, sports federations and broadcasters across Europe. He now leads the sales and marketing team for Simplestream’s range of cloud-based solutions for live and VOD OTT delivery and is based in the company’s central London office.

13.15-13.45: Grow your audience by launching a TV application.

Martijn van Horssen, CEO, 24i.

In this session, Martijn van Horsen will discuss how to build and deploy a robust and profitable OTT service. He will provide real world tips on how to maximise customer adoption, such as a multi-device approach, and will discuss what pitfalls to avoid and opportunities to make your OTT service better and more profitable.

Together with his friend and companion Hans Disch, Martijn van Horssen founded 24i Media in 2009 and since then has led the company as CEO. Rewarded with Deloitte's Fast 50 Rising Star as an innovative and disruptive media technology startup, 24i has grown into a thought and market leader in engineering TV apps on all devices, screens and platforms: from set top boxes and SmartTVs to gaming consoles and mobile devices. 24i creates and maintains state-of-the-art TV apps for leading TV channels and operators, like RTL, FOX and KPN, in Europe and abroad.

13.45-14.15: Content leaks cause both financial and reputational damage for the industry - how do you stop them?

Mathew Gilliat-Smith, CEO, Fortium Technologies.

Mathew Gilliat-Smith explains how encrypting your files at-rest during the post-production stage means content, be it data, video, or audio, is only accessible to authorised parties. As most leaks are in many cases unintentional, you are protecting your own colleagues by encrypting the files, as well as protecting the project being worked on from a financial perspective.

Mathew Gilliat-Smith is the chief executive officer of Fortium Technologies. He has 25 years’ experience of working in the media industry. He co-founded Fortium in 1999 and has been responsible for establishing it as a respected provider of anti-piracy software solutions to blue chip film and entertainment businesses. He works closely with studio anti-piracy teams to develop customised solutions that secure disc and file based content during production and after release. Having built up Patronus as a well-respected brand for protecting Academy Award screeners, he is now focusing on MediaSeal, a file encryption at-rest solution to protect post-production workflows for the biggest film and televisions studios.

14.15-14.45: How to optimise your CDN's bill.

Peter Mackenzie, New Business Sales Manager for Northern Europe, and Frédéric Torasso, Product Manager, TV Everywhere and OTT Video, Globecast.

Even though the CDN price per GB is decreasing regularly, the CDN bill for media delivery is growing every year. Globecast is now launching its Optim'Net solution to the market, proving that peer-assisted media delivery is ready for prime time.

Based in London, Peter Mackenzie’s role is pivotal to developing new relationships and introducing new revenue streams to Globecast. Peter works globally across all business divisions and is the focal point for any international channel wishing to launch in the UK. Prior to Globecast, Peter held a number of senior account management positions within the telecommunications industry.

As a skilled engineer in IT, telecommunications, satellite and audiovisual, Frédéric Torasso has managed the introduction of several technologies within the Globecast service portfolio: mobile TV in 3GPP and DVB-H, webTV, IPTV, OTT TV, HbbTV, CDN, ingest/play-out, interactive services, and IP data casting via satellite. Prior to his position within Globecast, Frédéric worked as an IT consultant in networks and systems integration.

14.45-15.30: Connected Media Europe Panel Debate 2: How do we build a compelling user experience?

David Peek, Director of Solution Engineering, Massive.

Happiest at the intersection of technology and user-centred design, David has extensive experience in delivering large-scale projects to millions of users for tier one telcos and broadcasters around the world. He has a wide-ranging experience with most major platforms and devices, and knowledge of a huge range of technologies and solutions. He has also initiated and contributed to a number of open source projects.

Rattanak BIV, QA Director, Witbe.

Rattanak Biv started his career in IT, customer experience and QA by joining Infonie SA in 1997, when the Internet was emerging in France. Since then, he has worked for the biggest telecom operators in France, such as SFR, where he successively held positions as Customer Experience Director, Head of QA and Testing, as well as Global QA Manager. His passion for the IP world and his experience with fast growing companies led him to join Witbe at the end of 2016 as QA Director.

Martijn van Horssen, CEO, 24i.

Together with his friend and companion Hans Disch, Martijn van Horssen founded 24i Media in 2009 and since then has led the company as CEO. Rewarded with Deloitte's Fast 50 Rising Star as an innovative and disruptive media technology startup, 24i has grown into a thought and market leader in engineering TV apps on all devices, screens and platforms: from set top boxes and SmartTVs to gaming consoles and mobile devices. 24i creates and maintains state-of-the-art TV apps for leading TV channels and operators, like RTL, FOX and KPN, in Europe and abroad.

Mihai Crasneanu, CEO, Grey Juice Lab.

Mihai Crasneanu is an expert in all things content. Before launching Grey Juice Lab (a leading provider of content services for multiscreen TV and VOD services across the globe) in 2007, Mihai set up online DVD rental company Glowria, and transformed into the largest independent VOD white label operator in Europe and France’s largest online DVD rental company before it was sold to Netgem in 2008. Prior to that Mihai was VP International for UOL.

Miguel Silva, CCO, Vimond Media Solutions.

Miguel Silva is the CCO of Vimond Media Solutions. He plays a central role in matching ambitious goals from brands like Comcast and Thomson Reuters with Vimond’s unique expertise. Prior to joining Vimond, Miguel’s experience included co-founding ventures in mobile entertainment and video streaming, responsibility for commercial growth in unique technology ventures such as Opera Software and Schibsted, and senior leadership positions at France Telecom, Ericsson and Marconi.

15.30-16.00: OTT: Breaking traditional paradigms, while bringing new opportunities.

Yoann Hinard, Chief Operations Officer, Witbe

High quality video used to be under control, over managed networks. Today, OTT allows these boundaries to be broken by distributing video through unmanaged networks, with multi CDN, on or off net, with local caching and even peer to peer distribution for ‘hybrid’ or innovative technologies. And as such ‘is it working for my customers?’ is not a simple or trivial question anymore. When it is so easy to switch from one provider to another, it becomes critical to stop being blind.

Holder of a PhD in Computer Networks, majored in multicast and security, Yoann Hinard has acquired more than 10 years of experience in IP video delivery networks. Before arriving at Witbe, among other things, Yoann worked as a project manager for Bouygues Telecom, where he contributed to developing the first catch-up TV portal in France.

16.00-16.30: Netflix: An OTT TV operator’s best frenemy.

Mihai Crasneanu, CEO, Grey Juice Lab.

For years, we as an industry have talked about the best ways to compete with Netflix and strategies to stand out against Amazon. Forget it. The big global players have made their mark and they’re here to stay. But, that doesn’t mean that operators should give up on their own plans for OTT TV. On the contrary, they should give their subscribers an engaging service that complements, rather than competes with Netflix.

Mihai Crasneanu is an expert in all things content. Before launching Grey Juice Lab (a leading provider of content services for multiscreen TV and VOD services across the globe) in 2007, Mihai set up online DVD rental company Glowria, and transformed into the largest independent VOD white label operator in Europe and France’s largest online DVD rental company before it was sold to Netgem in 2008. Prior to that Mihai was VP International for UOL.

16.30-17.00: Video editing in the Cloud.

Miguel Silva, CCO, Vimond Media Solutions.

Digital photographers first saw the advantage of cloud-based editing - once uploaded, pictures could be manipulated anywhere you have a browser. Now companies from Google to GoPro are encouraging end users to edit their video files in the cloud too. The advantages also apply to broadcasters. This talk will focus particularly on browser-based editing of transcoded video.

Miguel Silva is the CCO of Vimond Media Solutions. He plays a central role in matching ambitious goals from brands like Comcast and Thomson Reuters with Vimond’s unique expertise. Prior to joining Vimond, Miguel’s experience included co-founding ventures in mobile entertainment and video streaming, responsibility for commercial growth in unique technology ventures such as Opera Software and Schibsted, and senior leadership positions at France Telecom, Ericsson and Marconi.

Wednesday 1st March

11.00-11.30: Dynamic ad insertion for live simulcast.

Tim Sewell, CEO, Yospace.

Dynamic ad insertion technology has played a major part in the evolution of live television. Tim will outline the business case that makes DAI such a compelling proposition, and look at what the most cutting edge broadcasters are currently doing in addressable advertising. 

Tim Sewell has been CEO of Yospace, an innovator in server-side ad insertion for live and VoD OTT streams, since 2002.  In that time he has overseen the company's development, from short-form video delivery platforms for mobile, to its position today as an advanced provider of stream stitching technology.

11.30-12.00: Unlocking video for 8 billion mobile subscribers.

Fabio Murra, SVP Marketing, V-Nova Ltd.

Following the launch of mobile-only streaming service FastFilmz in India, Fabio will discuss how - despite bandwidth constraints in emerging markets - 2G networks can offer affordable, high-quality mobile video experiences. FastFilmz’ success resides in providing access to video through V-Nova PERSEUS encoding technology - by shifting the bitrate curve to enable HD at SD bitrates, and SD at sub-audio rates.

Fabio Murra drives the definition and launch of new solutions for the digital television and media market at V-Nova, a software IP company that delivers game-changing video and data encoding solutions. With over 18 years’ experience, Fabio has expertise in the fields of product management, marketing and communication in the TV and media industry, where he has successfully launched multiple new and award-winning products.

12.00-12.45: Connected Media Europe Panel Debate 3: How do we monetise the connected subscriber?

Participants:

Oded Ben-Zur, Director, Product Management, Kaltura.

Oded Ben-Zur has over 17 years experience in video, new media, software and analytics platforms. As a hands-on, highly experienced product expert with broad technical, commercial and go-to-market expertise for B2C and B2B products, Oded drives product management for Kaltura’s OTT backend platform, ensuring it caters to the dynamic needs of both media and telecom OTT customers, while always having the end-user in mind. Oded previously held leadership product and solution architecture positions at Bigband Networks (Arris), Vidmind, LiveU, and Sheer Networks (Cisco).

Tim Sewell, CEO, Yospace.

Tim Sewell has been CEO of Yospace, an innovator in server-side ad insertion for live and VoD OTT streams, since 2002.  In that time he has overseen the company's development, from short-form video delivery platforms for mobile, to its position today as an advanced provider of stream stitching technology.

Bhavesh Vaghela, Chief Marketing Officer, Paywizard.

As CMO, Bhavesh Vaghela is responsible for implementing marketing and positioning for Paywizard, including the company’s Agile subscriber management platform. Bhavesh has over 17 years’ experience in the IT, software and data analytics industries. He has previously held a number of senior roles at fast-growing technology companies, including ResponseTap, IntraLinks and Oracle, marketing both SaaS and on-premise software throughout EMEA, APAC and North America.

Dan Finch, Commercial Director, Simplestream.

Dan Finch has nearly 20 years’ experience working in the broadcast space, starting in the early days at Carlton Digital and ITV, before moving to A+E Networks in the UK -  gaining valuable experience working across multiple disciplines including marketing, ad sales, sponsorship, and channel distribution in Scandinavia and Benelux. Dan has led the commercial development for Simplestream from start up, as well as co-founding the UK online TV service TVPlayer, negotiating the channel carriage deals and forming key third party partnerships. Dan’s extensive knowledge of broadcasting, marketing, ad sales, and channel distribution has enabled both Simplestream and TVPlayer to accelerate their success in the broadcast and media sectors.

Mathias Eckert, Vice President Europe, Middle East and Africa, Imagine Communications.

Mathias Eckert leads Imagine Communications’ sales, service and operations activity across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, bringing to the role a wealth of industry expertise and a strong international reputation. Mathias joined Imagine Communications (then Harris) eight years ago from Avid Technology GmbH, where he served as general manager for Northern and Central Europe. Prior to that, he worked for Sony Deutschland GmbH, where he held senior positions in sales and key account management. 

12.45-13.15: OTT is now better than broadcast…as long as you do it right.

Peter Bellamy, Senior Vice President, NeuLion.

The beauty of a good OTT solution is that it is now better than traditional TV. It’s possible now to deliver highly customised, personalised and interactive experiences. However, OTT by nature is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ venture and not everyone is getting it right. So, what exactly does it take to create this ‘better than TV’ experience?

Peter Bellamy has more than 10 years’ experience of working in commercially focused roles within the digital sports, entertainment and technology sectors. As Senior Vice President, he manages NeuLion’s portfolio of clients across EMEA, working with them to deliver go-to-market support, in-life management and professional services. Clients include Sky UK, BT, ITV, Eleven Sports, EFL, Sport TV, and Carrefour.  Peter joined NeuLion as part of the acquisition of Saffron Digital in Summer 2016. Before joining NeuLion, he worked in the commercial team at Sky UK focused on commercialising Sky’s portfolio of news, sports and entertainment services.

13.15-13.45: Why a dedicated TV delivery network is vital to deliver OTT to large audiences.

Richard Brandon, Chief Marketing Officer, Edgeware.

General purpose CDNs are often ill-equipped to deliver high-quality OTT services like live-to-VOD, cloud DVR, and catch-up TV to multiple devices. This presentation will show how broadcasters, content owners, and OTT operators can benefit from the flexibility of using their own ‘TV CDN’ to deliver amazing live and VOD OTT to consumers without buffering or delays, and how such a CDN can give publishers unique insights into consumer behaviour.

Richard Brandon, CMO at Edgeware, has more than 30 years’ experience in the networking and IT industry, working for both technology providers and operators and. Richard was VP of Worldwide Marketing at Juniper Networks, has also been CMO at Intune Networks, and worked at Cisco Systems as Head of Service Provider Solutions Marketing in EMEA. Within the service provider environment, Richard was CMO at MLL Telecom, a UK operator, and spent several years at British Telecom, working on new service development.

13.45-14.15: How to compete with Netflix & Co - an insight into technology-enhanced monetization.

Robert Albrecht, Deputy Head of Business Unit Multimedia, Siemens Convergence Creators.

The power of the big players in VOD and linear services is growing day by day – so how can you compete with Netflix and Amazon etc? The answer is: Don’t! This session will provide insights into how to monetise your VOD and linear services and work around the big players.

Since the beginning of his career in 2006, Robert Albrecht has been linked with Siemens. While working in Germany, India, Canada, and Austria Robert fulfilled multiple roles in partner management, sales and strategy before joining the Media Unit at Siemens Convergence Creators as Sales Director Middle East Africa in 2013. In 2014 he became Head of Presales and shortly after Deputy Head of the entire business unit.

14.15-14.45: TV well beyond 2020.

Ajey Anand, CEO, Norigin Media.

Alongside the evolution of devices and technology, content itself is changing to suit current times. Audiences are interested in details beyond the stories and pure entertainment. In this session, Aley presents current trends in content, devices, apps, OTT, and technology fragmentation, which make it challenging to prepare for TV in 2018 and beyond.

Creating TV and video streaming related products, Ajey Anand is leading the global evolution of this Scandinavian company. With over 10 years in the company, he has successfully worked with leading clients including Deutsche Telekom´s Sky Bundeliga Mobile-TV streaming service (T-Mobile), France Telecom (Orange), and other leading global pay-TV operators. As CEO, he has recently launched Cloudncoder.com, a unique live-TV product for premium streaming services that allows cable companies and European broadcasters to launch linear TV OTT services.

14.45-15.30: Connected Media Europe Panel Debate 4: TV innovation and future trends: a 2020 vision.

Fabio Murra, SVP Marketing, V-Nova Ltd.

Fabio Murra drives the definition and launch of new solutions for the digital television and media market at V-Nova, a software IP company that delivers game-changing video and data encoding solutions. With over 18 years’ experience, Fabio has expertise in the fields of product management, marketing and communication in the TV and media industry, where he has successfully launched multiple new and award-winning products.

Peter Bellamy, Senior Vice President, NeuLion.

Peter Bellamy has more than 10 years’ experience of working in commercially focused roles within the digital sports, entertainment and technology sectors. As Senior Vice President, he manages NeuLion’s portfolio of clients across EMEA, working with them to deliver go-to-market support, in-life management and professional services. Clients include Sky UK, BT, ITV, Eleven Sports, EFL, Sport TV, and Carrefour.  Peter joined NeuLion as part of the acquisition of Saffron Digital in Summer 2016. Before joining NeuLion, he worked in the commercial team at Sky UK focused on commercialising Sky’s portfolio of news, sports and entertainment services.

Ajey Anand, CEO, Norigin Media.

Creating TV and video streaming related products, Ajey Anand is leading the global evolution of this Scandinavian company. With over 10 years in the company, he has successfully worked with leading clients including Deutsche Telekom´s Sky Bundeliga Mobile-TV streaming service (T-Mobile), France Telecom (Orange), and other leading global pay-TV operators. As CEO, he has recently launched Cloudncoder.com, a unique live-TV product for premium streaming services that allows cable companies and European broadcasters to launch linear TV OTT services.

James Kirby, Director of Solutions Architecture, Edgeware.

As Director of Solutions Architecture at Edgeware, James Kirby is in charge of the pre-sales solutions team, architecting industry leading TV CDN and IP video deployment solutions for leading operators and broadcasters around the world. Prior to joining Edgeware, James held senior technical consulting and pre-sales engineering positions with companies like Juniper Networks, Verivue Inc., Harmonic, EntoneTechnologies Inc., and Hewlett-Packard Ltd.

15.30-16.00: TV futures in the OTT landscape.

Neil Berry, Vice President and Managing Director, International, Comcast Technology Solutions.

Traditional OTT industry revenue streams, business models and value chain relationships are changing – precipitating a new state of transition and reinvention. The next five years will see the emergence of new ways of monetising content, new partnerships and structures, and new business models for broadcasters and content owners. This session will share the results and uncover several important innovation areas that point the way forward for broadcasters and content owners alike as they aggressively pursue diversification and respond to the accelerated change happening in our industry. 

Neil Berry is responsible for Comcast Technology Solutions’ strategic growth plans outside the United States. Neil has expertise in helping businesses monetise their content across multiple platforms having held senior executive and commercial roles at online streaming companies Ooyala and Piksel. With a deep understanding of commercial models across the OTT sector, he is adept at building and developing highly effective commercial teams to develop and expand businesses.

16.00-16.30: Pay-TV providers neglect ‘customer experience’ at their peril.

Bhavesh Vaghela, Chief Marketing Officer, Paywizard.

Recent global research commissioned by Paywizard demonstrates that pay-TV operators can no longer rely purely on the strength of their content offering to maintain subscriber loyalty, with 24% of consumers surveyed having cancelled a pay-TV subscription in the last 12 months due to poor customer experience. Bhavesh will present the illuminating findings of the global report and discuss how, by successfully addressing key decision moments in the customer journey, pay-TV operators can engender subscriber loyalty and build long-term relationships.

As CMO, Bhavesh Vaghela is responsible for implementing marketing and positioning for Paywizard, including the company’s Agile subscriber management platform. Bhavesh has over 17 years’ experience in the IT, software and data analytics industries. He has previously held a number of senior roles at fast-growing technology companies, including ResponseTap, IntraLinks and Oracle, marketing both SaaS and on-premise software throughout EMEA, APAC and North America.

16.30-17.00: Four practical steps for content providers to optimise video delivery.

Nivedita Nouvel, VP Marketing, Broadpeak.

By using the possibilities offered by OTT technologies, content providers can now address their viewers directly, over the top, with multiscreen services. However, while broadcasters usually pay fees for CDN services, they have no control over the delivery of their video content and can’t guarantee the quality of experience to their subscribers. During this presentation, broadcasters will be introduced to the four steps that they need to take to deploy an optimised and cost effective video delivery service.

Nivedita Nouvel is in charge of communication, product strategy and positioning at Broadpeak. Before joining the company, she worked for three years as a Product Manager for Envivio, specialist in H.264 encoding, and for Thomson where she was in charge of the IPTV and mobile TV service platform.

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