What’s on the agenda at the Next TV Summit?

New speakers and details of the agenda have been revealed for the Next TV Summit to be held at BAFTA in London on 11 June.
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New speakers and details of the agenda have been revealed for the Next TV Summit to be held at BAFTA in London on 11 June.

The line-up of speakers will include Edward Lee, VP content acquisition at Roku; Ashley Mackenzie, founder and CEO of Base79 and Mary Ann Halford (pictured), managing director, media and entertainment at FTI Consulting.

The summit will offer panel discussions and keynote presentations with sessions covering multiscreen versus pure OTT, the rising cost of premium content and the popularity of reality programming for online and OTT providers, plus much more.

Delegates can listen to topics such as social media and how technology is advancing the quality of TV, IPTV and the OTT viewer experience. There are also several networking opportunities throughout the day during coffee breaks, lunch and at the evening cocktail party.

Book your tickets now to save £100 off the normal ticket price with the early bird discount, which is available until 4 April.

www.nexttvsummitlondon.com

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