11th Annual TV Connect


26th - 28th April 2016 ExCeL, London

Driving Dynamic Innovation in Connected Entertainment

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TV Connect Blog

  • Viaccess-Orca: “TV Connect is a very important show”

    23rd April 2015

    IP&TV News talks TV Connect and more with Viaccess-Orca’s David Leporini

    IP&TV News: Can you tell us about Voyage, and what it brings to the ongoing evolution of TV Everywhere?

    David Leporini: Voyage is Viaccess-Orca’s end to end TV Everywhere solution, delivering content securely on any network, to any screen, personalized to each user.

    VO’s flexible solution enables content service providers to introduce a variety of advanced business models, complying with content owners’ … Read More

  • Bringing conversation to the TV

    23rd April 2015

    Speech-driven interfaces have been used for a number of years, and have largely been limited to supporting basic structured queries and stock responses. The truth of the matter is, many existing speech-driven interfaces have not yet realised their full potential and evolved into a conversational interface, delivering the natural, conversational interactions we envisioned.

    What is a conversational interface?

    Conversational interfaces are user interfaces that simulate natural communication qualities on devices and applications, allowing users to … Read More

  • Nagra: “We can’t ignore the impact TV is having on the internet”

    23rd April 2015

    IP&TV News talks to Nagra’s Simon Trudelle ahead of next week’s TV Connect (28 – 30 April 2015 ExCel, London).

    IP&TV News: We know Nagra will have a good presence at next week’s TV Connect. What do you think the main changes have been in the ecosystem since TV Connect 2014?

    Simon Trudelle: Indeed, we’re planning a strong presence showcasing our portfolio of solutions for the connected TV space – that includes our … Read More

  • Changing Media Consumption

    23rd April 2015

    We all do it. Watch content on our tablets, stream programs on our laptops, and share videos on our smartphones.

    The traditional TV channel has a place in this shifting media landscape, but still has a long way to go in the age of digital, easy-to-access content.

    How is TV channel content viewed?

    Families used to gather around their TVs to watch programs, as they aired, on a few major networks. As technology advanced, … Read More

  • The Future of TV: Connected Devices and OTT Disruption

    23rd April 2015

    Contrary to the views of many commentators, TV is not dying, but it is changing. The growing base of internet connected media devices in the home is providing an opportunity for non-traditional video service providers and technology companies to challenge the dominance of incumbent Pay and Free TV operators.

    We are pleased to offer TV Connect attendees a complimentary analyst report, The Future of TV: Connected Devices and OTT Disruption, with selected insights and research … Read More

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