Explore the future of cloud-native television at AWS’s EMEA Media & Entertainment Symposium

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is offering Digital TV Europe readers an opportunity to learn about how the company is helping the media and entertainment industry to shape television for the cloud-native era with a day-long symposium on November 23.

The online EMEA media and entertainment symposium will examine how companies are reinventing the way they create content, optimize media supply chains, and compete for audience attention across streaming and broadcast platforms.

The symposium is curated into five dedicated solution areas: Content Production, Media Supply Chain & Archive, Broadcast, Direct-to-Consumer & Streaming, and Data Science & Analytics.

The day will kick off with an exclusive interview with Sky Group Director of Content, Broadcast and Platforms David Travis, who will talk about the operator’s cloud transformation.

Following this insightful discussion, the event will move on to a series of panel discussions with speakers including Amagi co-founder Srinivasan KA, Discovery’s Brinton Miller and Josh Derby, Deutsche Telekom’s Augusto Silva and Don Jarvis, SVP Global Broadcast Operations & Engineering, A+E Networks. 

Spread out through the day will also be presentations from key industry executives, such as Pavlo Vozneko, CTO ProSieben Sat.1 Digital discussing interactive TV, and Kevin McCue, Director of Group Production Platforms, Sky on live sports production in the cloud.

In addition, there will also be a series of updates from senior AWS figures – including Christopher Kuthan, Worldwide Go-to-Market Head, D2C Media – on the company’s continued efforts to push the boundaries of cloud-native television.

The day will be essential for all media production and technology roles spanning video engineers to CTO’s.

The Art of Possible: Cloud-native Television, will take place on 23 November 2021 from 9:00-14:30, and is free to attend for Digital TV Europe readers. Click here for more information and to register for this essential event.

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