In the year of the Olympic Games in Brazil, ABTA completes 24 years bringing innovations in pay-TV, broadband and media market, focusing on innovation in video services, new technologies, on-demand content distribution platforms such as IPTV and OTT, advertising, satellites, TI, and distribution of linear, non-linear and high-definition content. The Conference will had presentations and panel sessions by highly qualified speakers with professionals from channels, ad agencies, operators, regulators and government. The immersion in technology and management trends will be available in Pay-TV Seminars (STAs), also training seminars with presentations of case studies and market solutions, that is essential to know what is new about technologies and pay-TV tools.
The issues to be addressed in the STAs are: The new consumer of video, DOCSIS 3.1, Advances in multiplatform delivery, The new generation of headends, Sincab, The Internet of Things (IoT), Technology that makes new business models possible, User interfaces for set-top boxes, The road to delivery of content on multiple platforms, How pay TV will develop in the next five years, CxOs and The evolution of pay-TV services.
In the Conference program, we have in strategic panels: The reality of the industry and the policy/regulatory outlook, Pay TV in a year of Olympics and challenges, From set-top to cell phone: how pay TV services evolve, Advertising and the Olympic Year, The value of digital services to consumers. In Thematic Sessions we have: The Internet: from the reality of services to regulatory models, User experience and digital services, Audiovisual regulation: from SeAC to VOD, Tackling digital clandestinity, The importance of sports programming to pay TV, Programming in the age of ultrasegmentation, Advertising: consolidation and the role of pay TV, Embracing the reality of on-demand content, Why local production is flourishing, What has happened to C class consumers?, From TV to 4play: the evolution of bundles and offerings and Growing in turbulent times.
Local and international exhibitors did showcase their brands and developed new business leads in an exhibition space of 9000 square meters.