The coming Nextv Series South America’s virtual edition, to be held by Dataxis, will bring together a series of discussion panels, in which various topics related to the industry in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay will be debated. The last panel of the conference will be called ‘Flow: what now for the next-generation pay TV platform that changed it all?’ , and will take place next Thursday, September 2nd between 2:00 and 2:30 PM (ART). Registration for this and the rest of the conference panels is now open, and can be done here.
With the aim of developing the panel, Dataxis will hold a one-on-one session with Gonzalo Hita, COO at Telecom Argentina, where the executive will analyze the evolution and main challenges of the platform that brings together more than 150 live TV channels including premium ones, and more than 6,500 movie titles and series on demand, with the possibility of accessing premium titles or renting content, and even accessing OTT platforms.
As an expanded version of the prestigious Nextv Argentina event, Nextv Series South America will bring together in a friendly virtual format the leading pay TV operators, TV networks, FTA broadcasters, OTT platforms, content owners, telcos and ISPs from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. They will meet around a series of strategy panels to discuss the latest challenges and opportunities surrounding the generation, distribution and commercialization of TV content to audiences that are demanding ever more sophisticated ways to access their favorite live and on-demand programming.
In its 2021 edition, Nextv Series South America will take place on Wednesday, September 1st and Thursday, September 2nd, both days starting at 9:00 AM (ART), and will be sponsored by Commscope; Zappware; Nagra; Broadpeak; Harmonic; Iwedia; Mirada; SeaChange; TiVo; Verimatrix; Wildmoka; Irdeto; EZDRM; 3SS; Bitmovin and Rocstar.TV.
Registration for the coming Nextv Series South America’s virtual edition is free for South American pay TV operators, FTA broadcasters, TV channels, OTT platforms, ISPs and telecom operators.