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Authoring Our Future: Developing Applications for Next Gen TV

Overview

3 - 4 p.m. EST | June 1, 2016

PILOT's Next Generation TV Home Gateway made a big splash at the NAB Show last month. This Hybrid TV demo shows some of the capabilities and possibilities that can be available through Next Gen TV. These features are based on Hybrid TV - the television receiver's ability to combine over-the-air reception with broadband connectivity and interactive applications, providing a richer consumer experience.

Our webcast will take the exciting Home Gateway demonstration to the next level. Join us live as So Vang, vice president, advanced technology, NAB; Will Law, chief architect in the Media Engineering group, Akamai; and Azita Manson, principal/founder, OpenZNet, demonstrate the power to author new services and applications that is inherent in Next Gen TV.

After the webcast, you will have a strong understanding of what types of services and offerings can be developed as well as an appreciation of the workflows and processes to develop these applications.

Our panel includes:

  • So Vang, Vice President, Advanced Technology
  • Will Law, Chief Architect, Media Cloud Engineer, Akamai Technologies
  • Azita Manson, Principal/Founder, OpenZNet
  • Introductory remarks by Brian Savoie, Director, Technology Education and Outreach, NAB









Authoring Our Future: Developing Applications for Next Gen TV



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