2018 Pay-TV Innovation Forum
Launched in 2016, the Pay-TV Innovation Forum is a global research programme for senior executives, developed by NAGRA and MTM, designed to explore and catalyse innovation across the pay-TV industry at a time of unprecedented change.
The Pay-TV Innovation Forum Reveals 2018 Global Findings!
In its third year, it looks to address some of the key opportunities and challenges facing pay-TV service providers and content owners and explored how pay-TV businesses must transform themselves in the OTT era, which technologies, products and services could help unlock new growth opportunities in a disrupted TV industry, and where service providers and content owners can establish closer collaboration to drive innovation across the industry.
The 2018 programme ran from March to September 2018 and included a global analysis of pay-TV service provider product and service portfolios, a wide range of in-depth interviews and surveys with leading industry participants, and a series of regional seminars that kicked off in the U.K. in March 2018, followed by New York in May and Singapore in June. The flagship final report, summarising the key findings from the programme, is now available.
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Get your copy of one of the most comprehensive reports yet on the global state of innovation in the pay-TV industry. Providing valuable insights and a year-over-year comparison with 2016 findings, it highlights some of the most important challenges facing pay-TV providers and content owners, exploring key market trends, the impact of piracy and perspectives on the most attractive areas of opportunity and innovation priorities – in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America.
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