Peacock and Google TV to Forecast Future of Premium TV and the OTT Experience in Streaming Media East Morning Keynotes
Streaming Media East kicks off May 24 in Boston, live, in-person, and ready to make up for lost time with two action-packed days of programming and exhibits. Highlights include two can’t-miss keynotes that will map out streaming’s future as it appears to the companies poised to bring it to life: Peacock and Google TV.
William Roberts-Foster, Peacock TV's Senior Director, Ad Innovation Strategy, Advertising & Partnerships, leads off Day One with a birds-eye view of the Future of Premium Television, surveying the shifting sands of content consumer behavior and how Peacock TV is responding to those shifts and pointing in new directions. In a Fireside Chat with Streaming Media VP & Editor-in-Chief Eric Schumacher Rasmussen, Roberts-Foster will offer insights into NBC Universal’s path-breaking delivery and monetization models and its ever-evolving heady mix of on-demand and vLinear content from Sunday Morning Baseball and the Queer as Folk reboot, and the expanding global presence of its Peacock TV digital platform.
For Wednesday's Morning Keynote on May 25, Google TV Senior Director of Engineering Shobana Radhakrishnan will give Streaming Media East attendees a brick-by-brick look at Google TV, and what it takes to design and expand a personalized TV experience across a range of platforms, from smart TVs to mobile devices. Expounding on “The Latest Media & Ecosystem Trends & the Google Experience,” Radhakrishnan will reveal electrifying trends from the TV ecosystem frontier, how consumers are engaging with it, and how services and device manufacturers can carve out a niche within it.
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