Netflix, BBC & Sky to help Hunt for better Digital Supply Chain at OTT

One of the really unmissable events at this month’s OTT World Summit (19-22 November) is nestled into the afternoon of the second day, with some of the biggest players in broadcasting coming together on the same panel to analyse the growing importance of a strong digital supply chain.

The focus of the agenda for that segment is on “The Central Role of MAM and Transcoding,” while the panel for the discussion encompasses Marina Kalkanis, Head of Core Services, BBC (who IP&TV interviewed just yesterday, here), Clayton Dutton, VP Broadcast, Post Production and VOD Operations, Discovery Communications, and Steve Bennedik, Head of Technology at Sky.

The panel will be introduced and led by Christopher Fetner, Director of Content Partner Operations/Digital Supply Chain.

For all the things that could be discussed, one thing we can expect everyone involved to agree on is the importance of this issue to the wider industry. Certainly, it would be difficult to think of a panel more likely to shed light upon it.

The OTT World Summit takes place at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel Conference Centre, London, on the 19-22 November. For booking and more info go here.

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