Internet-Enabled TVs And The Future Of The Connected Living Room
While the adoption of broadband-enabled TVs and Blu-ray players is still small, these devices present the best opportunity to completely change the landscape of the connected living room. Retailers including Walmart, Sears, Kmart, Best Buy, and others are now looking to stream movies to consumers, and nearly every TV manufacturer now ships their hardware with a content platform. At the Streaming Media West show in LA, we've got a great lineup of speakers who will discuss what the business models look like for content owners streaming video to these devices and how these TV platforms are going to evolve over the coming years. Confirmed speakers include:
- Moderator: Dave Habiger, CEO, Sonic Solutions
- Andrew Kippen, VP, Marketing, Boxee
- Olivier Manuel, Director Of Content, Samsung
- Dale Pistilli, VP, Marketing, Western Digital
- Evan Young, Sr. Director, PM, Media and Content, TiVo
You can register online for the Streaming Media West show and get $300 off by using my personal discount code of DRF1. And check out the entire list of speakers including executives from device and platform companies including Logitech, D-Link, Roku, Sony PlayStation, Intel, Google TV, Motorola, Sling Media, Cisco and more.