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Driving revenue growth in the Latin American connected TV market

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London, 17 May 2013 – The only Latin American event for the connect entertainment ecosystem returns to Sao Paulo for 2013. TV Connect Latin America will provide an exclusive opportunity for forward thinking multiplatform TV players to join together. Co-located for the first time this year with Broadband Latin America, VSAT Latin America and Critical Communications Latin America the event will offer an unparalleled networking experience.

Analyse the strategic value of companion apps to the TV business. Join representatives from HBO, Terra Networks and Parks Associates as they discuss the integration of social media and how content-centric applications can be created to enhance the customer experience.

The future role of OTT in the Latin American TV landscape

Hear from Eduardo Mace, President of LogOn Multimedia as he evaluates how OTT is currently measuring up with traditional TV services within the region and how service providers can further develop and monetise these new opportunities. Also, find out projected growth in subscriber numbers and how the competitive landscape is evolving to embrace these new over-the-top services.

The event will take place at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Sao Paulo.

To view the full event programme and register for the conference please visit www.tvconnectevent.com/latam

For further information please go to http://www.tvconnectevent.com/latam .

 

 

 

 

 

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