Pascal Portelli, SVP solutions strategy & portfolio management at Technicolor's Connected Home unit, on why the 'Internet of Things' really needs to become 'Services of Things', and how service providers can use software robots to maximise their opportunities.
Norm Bogen, vice-president of global research at US firm Multimedia Research Group, outlines his expectations for multiscreen TV, including the replacement of remote controls with smartphone apps, more time being spent watching TV on mobile devices, and the eventual arrival of an IP plus unicast world.
Antonio Rodriguez del Corral, director of business development at Spanish cableco R, on the urgent need for Spanish operators to find new revenue streams, the potential for digital home offerings to fill this gap, and the likely unwillingness of consumers to buy packages from low-cost operators.
Alex Iskold, CEO of US social TV app GetGlue, discusses the effect second-screen experiences are having on linear TV viewing patterns, the absence of time constraints on GetGlue, and his vision for where second-screen advertising is heading.
Scott Rosenberg, vice-president of business development, content and services at Roku, discusses the company's priorities when developing its new Roku 3 device, and the limitations of current smart TV models.
Dionne Bermudez, senior director of business development and new media at HBO Latin America, discusses the impact companion apps are having on viewer interaction, and tells us what impressed her recently about an implementation for the show Game of Thrones.
Jürgen Hase, vice-president of Deutsche Telekom's M2M Competence Center, anticipates a number of changes for the German smart home market over the next few years, including the emergence of new service models.
Sébastien Marché, director of strategic operations at Orange Healthcare, gives his predictions for the French market for remote-care services, including imminent changes to regulations governing telemedecine.
Lisa Hsia, executive vice-president of Bravo Digital Media at NBCUniversal, gives us five predictions for the Social TV industry over the next few years.
Doug Scott, president of OgilvyEntertainment, the entertainment marketing arm of Ogilvy & Mather, on the potential for brands in a transmedia world, and the most effective triggers for encouraging customer engagement.
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