Speaker Line-Up Building for THE Summit London

Published August 10, 2017

MESA Europe’s Transforming Home Entertainment (THE) Summit takes place on the 13th September in London.  This, the 3rd annual THE conference, provides an unrivalled opportunity to hear high level presentations, insightful panel discussions and general debate on some of the key issues relating to the home entertainment business.

The highlights of this full day summit are:

  • Opening Keynote – “From Television to Any Vision”

The day will then include sessions on:

  • Managing the Explosive Growth in OTT & VOD
  • UHD & HDR Market and Technology Update
  • Enhancing the Entertainment Experience
  • Growing and Protecting Revenues

Among the companies/organisations confirmed as speaking so far are: Nokia, Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), UHD Alliance, BBC Worldwide, Sony DADC, Testronic, TiVo, Warner, Ampere Analysis, Rakuten TV and Love Nature International. Additional speaker confirmations are expected in the coming days.

The event will take place at No 4 Hamilton Place in Mayfair.

For more information about this unique event and to discuss speaking and sponsorship opportunities,  please contact Jim Bottoms (jim@mesaeurope.org)  or David Millar (david@mesaeurope.org) or telephone the MESA Europe office on +44 1525 864 376.

For registration enquiries email Teresa Austerberry (teresa@mesaeurope.org).

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