Strategies for pay TV operators on Android TV to close day 1 of Nextv Series Central America’s virtual edition

As part of its digital events agenda planned for 2021, Dataxis will hold the first Nextv Series Central America’s virtual edition, which will consist of a series of panel discussions to debate on the most relevant topics that make up the Central American TV industry. The first day of the conference will end with the ‘The best strategies for pay TV operators on Android TV’ panel, which will take place on Tuesday, June 29th between 10:30 AM and 11:20 AM (GMT- 6 CST). Registration for this and the rest of the panels is now open, and can be done here.

Some of the main topics to be debated and developed during the panel will focus on enhanced TV apps and multiscreen strategies; differences between Android TV and RDK; OTT aggregation on Android TV; addressable TV advertising on Android TV STBs; and other related issues. The executives confirmed by Dataxis to star in the panel will be Dhaval Naker, Executive Director, Fixed Residential Services & Postpaid Mobile at C&W Panama; Daniel Vieco, Regional Programming Manager Latam at Red Bull; and Nic Wilson, Head of Customer Success at TiVo.

The inaugural edition of Nextv Series Central 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 Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama. 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 conference will take place on Tuesday, June 29th and Wednesday, June 30th, both days starting at 9:00 AM (GMT-6 CST), and will be sponsored by TiVo, Irdeto, Broadpeak and Ross.

Registration for the first Nextv Series Central America’s virtual edition is free for Central American pay TV operators, FTA broadcasters, TV channels, OTT platforms, ISPs and telecom operators.