The Disruptive Convergence of Video & Internet

When: Fri, July 4, 1:30pm – 6:30pm, 2014
Where: NTUC Auditorium, One Marina Boulevard, Singapore
Admission: Free
Info: Registration

[Media Productivity Series: The Disruptive Convergence of Video & Internet: - How this Irreversible Media Marriage will Forever Change Content Delivery]

In 2005, YouTube was set up to share short, personal videos. By 2010, YouTube was serving more than 2 billion videos a day, nearly double the prime-time audience of all 3 major US television networks combined.

In 2007, Netflix evolved to include on-demand Internet video streaming, and in the process helped birth the term "binge watching". Today, Netflix has over 30 million paid US subscribers, surpassing its rival HBO. Its original online content has already garnered 14 Emmy nominations and 3 wins.

All these & more point to a future where video content delivered via the Internet is likely to dominate. A tsunami of change is about to hit.  Will you be swept be away…or will you ride it to pioneering success? In this one-time-only event, we will delve into these issues as we discuss a future where on-demand, on-the-go video is not just a reality, it will be the norm.

  • OTT – Anywhere, Anytime, Any-screen Media
  • Digital Distribution Strategies and Lean Models of Audience Building
  • Performance & Reliability for Your Digital Assets
  • Unleashing the Power of Intelligent, Multi-Channel Digital Campaigns