Based on the votes we’ve received, here are the finalists in alphabetical order:
We've been talking about OTT and The Virtual MSO for months now. I've published a few columns on the subject, and moderated three panels in New York. And we have one more OTT panel coming up, at TV of Tomorrow NYC on December 9th. Here's a link to the schedule: http://thetvoftomorrowshow.com/announcing-schedule-sessions-tvot-nyc-2014
[itvt] is pleased to announce the session, "Personalized Data Is the New Big Data," at TVOT NYC 2014 (December 9th at the SVA Theatre in Manhattan).
You can find more information on this session below, or by accessing the full TVOT Schedule of Sessions at: http://thetvoftomorrowshow.com/announcing-schedule-sessions-tvot-nyc-2014
The TV of Tomorrow Show 2014
Coming Up 12/9 (Next Week!)
Get Tix @$1075 at -- http://tvotnyc2014.eventbrite.com
Personalized Data Is the New Big Data
- Contest Honors the Best TV and Video UI/UX Designs of 2014
- Deadline for Submissions Is Midnight, Tonight
This is the season of OTT. To paraphrase Harry Nilsson: "Everybody's talking about it. I hear every word they're saying." And in another 24 months, all this talk will simply be the "echoes of my mind." Why? Because EVERYBODY'S GOING OVER THE TOP! The "analysts" get tied up trying to compare pricing models for the likes of HBO and Netflix, wrongly assuming that consumers will pick one or the other. That's an idiotic assumption, because the consumers will pick anything and everything they want.
It's been a wild and wooly few weeks since we last talked, and the OTT provider segment is getting crowded. It seems that every television network family has either announced their plans, or is waiting for the right time, along with every service provider. And I expect the content producers and studios won't be far behind.