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Cable Next-Gen Video Strategies: Making the IPTV Migration – New York City, April 26th


Cable Next-Gen Video Strategies: Making the IPTV Migration, returning for its fourth straight year, is a one-day conference that will take a comprehensive look at the cable industry’s attempts to compete in the emerging next-gen video market and generate fresh revenues by upgrading its networks for the full delivery of IP video. Facing rising competition from satellite-TV providers and phone companies on the one hand and a bevy of "over-the-top" (OTT) video players on the other, cable operators are seeking to maintain their market edge and create new, improved business models by employing IP video technology for advanced digital video products and services, including video on demand (VoD), whole-home and network-based digital video recorders (DVRs), interactive TV, mobile video, targeted advertising, multi-screen video, and others.


Avner Ronen, CEO
& Co-Founder,

Jeff Finkelstein, Senior Director, Network Architecture,
Cox Communications

Tara Maitra, VP, General Manager, Content Services & Advertising Sales,
TiVo Inc.

Peter Roberts, VP Sales Strategy & Development, Starz Entertainment

Colin Dixon, Senior Partner, Advisory,
The Diffusion Group

Bob Hunt, President & Strategic Advisor,

Cable Next-Gen Video Strategies: Making the IPTV Migration panels will include:

  • Migrating to IPTV
  • Managing Over-the-Top
  • Make Way for Gateways
  • Multi-Screen Mania: Meeting the TV Everywhere Challenge
  • Optimizing the Video CDN

Click here for a complete agenda

Cable Next-Gen Video Strategies: Making the IPTV Migration will:

  • Examine the cable industry’s progress in developing, supporting and deploying IP video technologies, devices, products and services, including cable multimedia gateways, hybrid RF/IP set-top boxes, multi-screen video platforms, 3DTV, tablets and other types of broadband-connected devices
  • Explore the technical, operational, competitive and financial issues raised by the development and deployment of these IP video products and services
  • Tackle cable’s efforts to protect its core video franchise and drive new revenue streams through IP video delivery, including multi-room and network-based DVRs, high-definition TV (HDTV), Internet video, multi-screen video, mobile video and 3DTV
  • Assess the cable industry’s costs of deploying these IP video technologies, products, and services
  • Address the cable industry’s preparation for the IP video era through the deployment of tru2way, switched digital video (SDV) and related technologies

The regular price of this event is $500. However, if you are employed by a cable network/programmer, cable/MSO, or service provider, or are a network professional at a large enterprise, educational establishment, utility or government agency, you may qualify for free admission, provided you confirm your attendance by Friday, April 15th.
To register for this event, please click here:
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