ATEME, the leader in video delivery solutions for broadcast, cable TV, DTH, IPTV and OTT, has revealed that its “24-Hours of ATEME” event will return in 2021 following huge success last year. Once again, a lineup of sessions with guest speakers from 30 partners will be scheduled over a continuous 24-hour period, taking place from the 3rd to 4th March.
In addition to covering hot topics such as cloud, next-generation TV and insight on making streaming a success, viewers will have the opportunity to hear from ATEME’s CEO, Michel Artières, on the future of content and media in the opening keynote session (10.00am EST/ 4.00pm CET/ 11.00 SGT on 3rd March). Michel will be joined by two industry leaders for the keynote session, Hanno Basse, CTO, Media & Entertainment at Azure, and Bart Spriester, VP & GM Video Platform at Comcast Technology Solutions, who will also be sharing their valuable insight with attendees.
Replicating the “chasing the sun” format which made last year’s event such a success, the day-long webinar will cater to ATEME’s customers in more than 100 countries with sessions taking place across Europe, Canada, LATAM and South East Asia, plus both the East and West Coasts of the US.
Michel Artières commented, “Our first event last year received such positive feedback that
we’re delighted to be bringing “24-Hours of ATEME” back in 2021, once again putting our customers at the heart of the event again by catering to a range of time zones. We’re proud of our continued commitment to supporting our customers throughout the disruption caused by the pandemic and beyond, and we look forward to collaborating with renowned industry names to share valuable insight and expertise during this event.”
Those interested in virtually attending can register for their place by signing up here.
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