Next|Video Expo Highlight: What TV Everywhere Can Do for Traditional Media

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The Next|Video Conference + Expo, taking place on October 1st-3rd at the Pasadena Convention Center, will feature 5 tech-focused session tracks, a keynote luncheon and a networking reception to give you the edge to succeed. Every day we will be highlighting one of the many sessions that are part of the jam-packed schedule.

Today, we're spotlighting:

What TV Everywhere Can Do for Traditional Media

When: Wednesday, October 1st, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Conference Track:Next|Distribution

Where: Room 207

Who: Jeff Varnell, EVP, Business Development, Livestream

With the implementation of “TV Everywhere,” there are infinitely more outlets for entertainment providers to grow their audience. While some say live streaming is going to make traditional media obsolete, others argue that the two can live in harmony and work together to promote their content. See how you can leverage new media technologies to serve, promote, and enhance your existing content.

Register here for Next|Video Conference + Expo!

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