Key Takeaways from the Pay-TV Innovation Forum's U.S. Seminar
Report - August 2019
Launched in 2016, the Pay-TV Innovation Forum is a global research program for senior executives, focused on exploring the challenges and opportunities facing the industry at a time of unprecedented change.

Earlier this summer, the Forum hosted a seminar in New York, bringing together senior U.S. industry executives from leading pay-TV providers, broadcasters, OTT services, rights holders and technology suppliers for a roundtable discussion about the prospects for the industry during the 2020s. Hosted by NAGRA and chaired by MTM, participants included senior executives from A&E Networks, Altice USA, AMC Networks, AT&T, Charter, Dish Network, Disney, fuboTV, HBO, Showtime, Verizon, Viacom and other leading industry participants.

The discussions explored a wide range of themes and issues, from the future of the U.S. pay-TV market through to exploring the opportunities in next-generation aggregation. Although perspectives vary widely, attendees expressed a cautious optimism that the industry can successfully adapt to the evolving market landscape and changing consumer needs.
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