FAST – TV 2.0 – The Future of Television. On the 7th of December 2021 we will be discussing where the world of television is migrating to and how the internet has disrupted the broadcast and content world. Please join for an in-depth discussion on the future of ad-supported TV.
Our panel will include Sylvain Thevenot – Managing Director of Netgem; Jonathan Collins – Vice President of Digital Distribution, Imagicomm Entertainment and Emmanuel Ogidan – Commercial Director at Freewheel (a Comcast company). There will be supporting interviews from industry executives from the content, advertising and technology world offering key insights into the future of television. We will look at new distribution, monetisation and funding models from the movers and shakers in the media world.
The FAST – TV 2.0 format will include a round table where each panelist will have a few minutes to speak about how the internet has changed television forever. They will address the benefits and challenges that the internet brings to content delivery and consumption. Some of the questions to be addressed include: Have the incumbent behemoths like Netflix, Amazon and Disney changed the media landscape forever; is ad-supported linear TV dead or just transforming; has the sheer availability of content and the fragmented delivery made it more difficult for brands to engage with viewers. What is the answer to these challenging questions? Can technology offer a solution? FAST – TV 2.0 will offer insight into the fast-changing environment of FAST TV (Free Ad Supported Streaming Television).
Join us live from Bristol on the 7th of December at 19:00 for FAST – TV 2.0. followed by a live Q&A. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the Future of Television.
About Go See TV: Go See TV is a media technology company that offers new revenue streams to content and syndication partners. Go See TV builds next generation FAST channels and delivers them to syndication platforms. We help brands reconnect with users and viewers through our interactive technology, thus helping brands re-engage with viewers.
About Royal Television Society West of England: Originally founded as the Television Society in 1927, the Society was granted its Royal title in 1966 and HRH The Prince of Wales became Patron of the RTS in 1997. Today, 15 regional and national groups curate lively events and awards around the UK and Ireland, from Glasgow to Galway.Book here
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