Television convergence: multi-screens, connected TVs and secondary rights

Start Date: 
Thursday, April 25, 2013
End Date: 
Thursday, April 25, 2013


This seminar examines the impact, emerging challenges and the opportunities created by PC/TV convergence on broadcasting. It comes as YouView, the proliferation of subscription video services such as Netflix, LOVEFiLM and Now TV, and the rise in connected television ownership by consumers further blur the boundaries of what constitutes television. 

Planned sessions focus on the emerging opportunities being created by 'Social TV' for broadcasters to add value to linear viewing and gain insight into their audience, how connected TVs and set-top-boxes are changing competition in the television market - particularly in the context of the launch of Now TV and investment in original content by Netflix and YouTube - and the impact of VoD, catch-up and streaming services on the value of content and secondary rights.



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