New OTT era of pay TV operators to open first Nextv Series Caribbean’s virtual edition

After having held Nextv Series Andean and Nextv Sport Latin America’s virtual editions, Dataxis continues implementing its virtual events scheduled for its 2021 agenda, which will continue with the first Nextv Caribbean’s virtual edition The event will take place next Tuesday, May 18th, starting at 9:00 AM (GMT-4 EDT Miami). It will  be developed in English and will feature four panel discussions to attend the most relevant topics for the industry in the Caribbean. Registration for the conference can be done here.

The first panel of  the event is called ‘The new OTT era of pay TV operators’, in which topics related to hybrid cable, DTH and IPTV operations with OTT will be discussed and debated; together with third party OTT integrations; linear OTT channels;the evolution of TV Everywhere, and other related issues. Industry executives specially gathered by Dataxis to star in the first Nextv Series Caribbean’s panel are Alexander Van Tienhoven, Director CVP Entertainment of Cable & Wireless Communications; György Zsembery, Group CEO, Home & Entertainment at Digicel Group; and Jose Luis Vazquez, CEO at Mirada.

The inaugural edition of Nextv Series Caribbean 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 over 20 Caribbean nations. 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. The first Nextv Series Caribbean’s virtual edition will take place on Tuesday, May 18th, and will be sponsored by Broadpeak, Mirada, Xperi and Ross.

Registration to Nextv Series Caribbean is free for pay TV operators, FTA broadcasters, TV channels, OTT platforms, ISPs and telecommunications operators in the region.