Blockchain in Media

Find answers and get ahead of the curve.

Blockchain is not just about financial services anymore. Media and platform companies — which include traditional players and leading platform-enabled companies — are among the other industries taking notice of its potential. These companies have the opportunity to harness blockchain to optimize value chains, facilitate ecosystem-wide efficiencies and support innovative business models. All this while boosting competitiveness and making the most of major industry trends.

  • Strategic co-opetition
  • Hyper-personalization
  • Data security

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AI+Cloud Campus

SL8224, South Hall Lower

Advancements in AI and cloud technologies continue to shape content and media in new and exciting ways from production workflows to improved delivery methods.

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Esports Experience

N1522, North Hall

Play, learn and get in to the game.

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Session Highlights

The Next Generation Audience

Monday, April 8 | 1:30 pm - 2:50 pm | N258

Measurement, attribution, engagement – Explore how the impact of these terms change with an audience that is more engaged, more active, and whose needs have changed. We’ll hear from experts in the areas of immersive reality, Blockchain, and Voice technology how these revolutionary changes are...

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Mon 8

Blockchain - An Opportunity to Refine Intellectual Property Management

Wednesday, April 10 | 11:40 am - 12:00 pm | N258

Blockchain is a relatively new IT architecture, which uses a distributed, peer-to-peer network to create a distributed ledger. It is inherently resistant to modification of the data, while allowing continual updates and growth of the records. Groupe Média TFO is using the architecture to develop a...

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Wed 10

The Future of Digital Video and Broadcasting

Wednesday, April 10 | 2:20 pm - 2:40 pm | SU11621

This presentation will take a look at the latest innovations set to change the broadcasting landscape in 2019. It will examine all the new innovations coming in delivery, video compression, multi-cloud offerings, edge computing, and blockchain.

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Wed 10

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AI and Machine Learning

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Streaming Media

Take a look into the future of streaming media and find solutions to unlock the value of anytime anywhere content. From media management to OTT and broadcasting to transcoding and more.


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