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DTVE Digital Symposium looks in depth at Android TV, pay TV integration and local regulation

How can major operators tap the potential of Android TV standardisation to provide better revenue-generating services of their own while fulfilling local specific requirements and regulations?

Android TV has been selected as leading technology platform of choice for tier-one service providers as well as small-and-medium sized operators.

However, the Android TV platform is evolving and local deployments have very specific requirements. In Japan, operators including NTT Docomo are wrestling with the complexities of local regulations as well as the technological and commercial complexities of local regulatory requirements.

This session of DTVE’s Digital Symposium on September 30 looks in depth at Android TV, pay TV integration and local regulation.

The key element under discussion in this session of our Symposium is how the pay TV operator can manage continuous integration of their pay TV service with the latest Android TV frameworks as well as the most up-to-date connected TV services in OTT space, while managing the complexities of specific local regulations and requirements.

This session will address how operators can deploy Android TV-based services combined with the latest standardized Android TV offerings.

  • What do operators need to be compliant with latest local regulations?
  • How can operators harmonise their network and client device strategy with Android TV?
  • What are the challenges – and solutions – in deploying hybrid services?

This discussion, moderated by Stuart Thomson, Editor of Digital TV Europe, will feature contributions from Krsto Lazic, Business Development Manager at iWedia, Yunsang Oh, Manager at Communication Device Development Department at NTT Docomo, Chinara Satkeeva, Senior Technology Manager at Google / Widevine and Merrick Kingston, Associate Director, Research & Analysis, Digital Media & Video Technology, Omdia.

For more information and to register, click here.