Changing the way the world watches.
Visit us at IBC | 15-19 September 2017
Hall 7, Stand C11
Verizon Digital Media Services owns the world’s leading digital media platform to prepare, deliver, display and monetize content for OTT and TV Everywhere distribution.
Combined with our global content delivery network, comprehensive monitoring & compliance capabilities and intelligent video workflows, our platform powers the leading services and apps for the world’s largest broadcasters from end to end:
Profitable viewer experiences
Media Xperience Studio, the industry’s first Content Intelligent System to help you build a profitable content business
Personalization & insights
Smartplay by Verizon, our 1 to 1 session management technology, provides you with the insights to deliver unique, personalized viewing sessions to every viewer
Live Events 2.0, our new Uplynk Video Streaming service’s Live Event tools, simplify an otherwise complex ecosystem
Monitoring & compliance
Volicon Media Intelligence, the easiest way to monitor, analyze and stream quality content
Global quality & scale
Edgecast Content Delivery Network, our integrated CDN, features over 100 PoPs on five continents, including over 40 in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, ensuring high-quality, highly secure delivery
Smartplay technical overview
Volicon product overview
Panels where we will be speaking:
Broadcast is about to be transformed.
Sept 16th | 11:10am – 12:05pm
Broadcast as we know it faces disruption on all fronts; IP-only delivery, on demand consumption, and personalized user experiences. Does this signal the death of broadcast? What can you do today to make the most of this transformation?
Fresh from the USA: How are United States broadcasters responding to digital disruption in the world’s largest TV market?
Sept 16th | 5 – 5:45 pm
The world’s largest TV market is experiencing a period of unprecedented change – in consumption, industry revenues and competition. Can the US pay-TV market survive SVOD and skinny bundles? Can US broadcasters compete against Google and Facebook? Has the US hit peak TV? Will the US remain the largest TV market and biggest exporter in the world?