DTVE Digital Symposium


Digital TV Europe announces DTVE Digital Symposium 2021

Digital TV Europe is excited to announce the return of the DTVE Digital Symposium for 2021, taking place in June. The digital video business is facing unprecedented change, with the migration of consumers to streaming services, mobile video and on-demand consumption, and a new wave of media mega-mergers. The pace of change has only accelerated […]

Last chance to sign up for the next DTVE Digital Symposium session

Time is running out to sign up for the next DTVE Digital Symposium 2021 session on enabling the smart home experience on April 13. As the classic triple-play comes under pressure from the unbundling of TV and communications services, offering support for high-quality streaming with ubiquitous in-home connectivity and rock-solid cybersecurity could be a unique selling point for […]

DTVE announces next Digital Symposium

Digital TV Europe has announced the next Digital Symposium session on enabling the smart home experience in partnership with Plume and Akamai. Delivering a superior smart home experience is a potential game-changer for service providers. As the classic triple-play comes under pressure from the unbundling of TV and communications services, offering support for high-quality streaming with ubiquitous […]

Happening tomorrow: DTVE Digital Symposium on Android TV

Time is running out to sign up for the latest session of the DTVE Digital Symposium, with a talk on the benefits of Android TV for operators in the cloud era taking place on March 23. In this session of the latest DTVE Digital Symposium, Digital TV Europe’s editor Stuart Thomson will be joined by […]

DTVE Symposium returns with session on Android TV

Digital TV Europe has announced the return of the DTVE Digital Symposium with a session on the benefits of Android TV for operators in the cloud era, taking place on March 23. In this session of the latest DTVE Digital Symposium, Digital TV Europe’s editor Stuart Thomson will be joined by experts from technology leader […]

Learn about the success of Zapi in the next DTVE Digital Symposium

Digital TV Europe has partnered with Mirada and Verimatrix to discuss the success of Spain’s first OTT platform Zapi. As the technology infrastructure for advanced video services continues evolving exponentially, how can tier II and III providers effectively compete with larger providers for subscribers while maintaining their advantage of subscriber proximity? In September 2020, Plataforma […]

DTVE to present symposium on subscriber retention

Digital TV Europe has partnered with research house Omdia and broadcast equipment company ATEME to present a DTVE Digital Symposium session on quality of experience and subscriber retention. Service providers are turning to OTT technology to deliver a wider range of services more cost-effectively. As competition intensifies, they are under pressure to acquire and retain […]

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 […]

DTVE Digital Symposium tackles the bandwidth challenge facing operators in the post-COVID-19 era

The COVID-19 lockdown has seen massive spikes in broadband consumption and in the use of streaming video. Broadband connectivity has never been more important in delivering reliable premium service offerings. However, video service providers face big challenges in continuing to upgrade their infrastructure in a way that makes economic sense in the face of increased […]

DTVE Symposium session on the UX to address the issues facing multinational, multi-network operators

The user experience is the unique point of contact between the video service provider and the customer, and a key element of differentiation between services. But with major TV operators increasingly delivering hybrid broadcast, non-linear and app-based services over multiple network types in multiple territories, delivering a compelling unified experience has also become uniquely challenging. […]