BB Media invites to its disruptive event in the sector of Streaming Platforms, Pay TV and Telcos

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The leading global Data Science company, specialized in media and entertainment, once again invites, 100% free, the “BB Media Day”.

It is a free event focused on Streaming Platforms, Pay TV and Telcos, in order to exchange information and learn about the best strategies to be successful in the Media and Telecommunications industry.

The meeting will take place at the beautiful and traditional The Biltmore Hotel, in Coral Gables, on October 20, at 2:30 p.m. to 18.30 p.m. The company invites all professionals in the Media and Entertainment Industry.

The main objective of the conference is to share, together with BB Media executives Tomas Gennari (CEO), Christian Peralta (Chief Customer Officer) and Luciano Zarlenga (Chief Analytics Officer), the extensive knowledge that the company has achieved through its studies and reports, so that everyone can get a 360° view of what is happening in the market and be inspired by their data. The conference will be focused on Streaming Services, Pay TV, Piracy and the New Verticals of the Entertainment Industry.

Tomás Gennari – CEO BB Media

In addition, the event will feature the presence of prestigious speakers who will also present their vision of the market: José Rocha, VP Development and Production (VrioCorp) at DIRECTV; Walter La Mendola, VP & Panregional Ad Sales at Paramount; and Frida Almaraz, Director of Data Science & Insights at LAMAC.

The conference will focus on the OTT market, especially on the operation of the SVOD, AVOD and Free VOD business models. In addition, the topic of vMVPDs and their renaissance in the industry will be discussed.

Companies such as A+E Networks, AMC Networks, Claro, INCAA, Movistar, NBCUniversal, Ole Communications, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Televisa, Telefonica, Warner Bros. Discovery, among other renowned brands, have already confirmed their presence at the event.

Registration is free on the BB Media website or by email to Space is limited.

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