Northern Waves, the TV technology and business conference in Norway, is scheduled to take place on Thursday 28 May 2020. The event will run for a third consecutive year in the historic Gamle Logen venue in central Oslo.
The conference brings the TV community together for a day of learning, networking and entertainment. The agenda includes presentations and case studies from many leading European Broadcasters, Pay TV Operators and OTT service owners covering a range of TV technology and business topics.
The 2019 edition of Northern Waves included speakers such as Tine Jensen (CEO of Discovery Networks, Norway), Jessica Andersson (Head of TV at Com Hem, Sweden), Koen Van Benschop (Senior Manager TV Headend and DRM at Deutsche Telekom, Germany) and many speakers from Nordic TV providers such as Canal Digital, RiksTV, Telia, Nordic Entertainment Group and DR Denmark, among others.
The one-day event includes several networking receptions and a Gala dinner, to create a pleasant environment between industry peers, encourage debates and celebrate industry achievements.
The call for speakers for Northern Waves 2020 is now open. If you are a Broadcaster, Operator or OTT service provider with an interesting business, technology or product topic to present, get in touch here.
“We started Northern Waves three years ago to bring the industry together to align on standards and technologies, as well as share best practices,” says Ajey Anand, CEO of Norigin Media. “The conference chooses key topics within the OTT Streaming space to make sure the industry benefits from each other’s stories. We are looking forward to speaker entries and topics from around the world in 2020.”
Northern Waves TV is presented by Norigin Media, a Scandinavian company offering streaming technology solutions.
For Further information, please contact:
Conference Manager, Northern Waves
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