Announcing Nordic TV Week 2020
According to Mediavision, as of 2019, there were approximately 10 million streaming subscriptions in the Nordics, over 5.8 million households. Nordic SVOD households subscribe to 1.7 services on average. This number can be explained by innovative business models in the form of service packaging, such as telecom operators bundling streaming services with traditional TV or broadband.
The Nordic region has long been a breeding ground for video technology, with companies such as Tandberg in Norway and Ericsson in Sweden leaving a legacy of skills. It is also known for its buying power, high device penetration and strong broadband connection, which means consumers expect superior streaming experiences.
Ajey Anand, Founder of Northern Waves TV says: “The Nordics are renowned for our design and tech expertise, which is demonstrated through the success of OTT services such as Viaplay, HBO Nordic, TV 4 Play, TV 2 Sumo. Public broadcasters such as NRK, SVT, DR and YLE are also known for their brilliant innovation in this area. I hope these streaming showcases will help build a stronger TV community around the world.”
Find out more here: Nordic TV Week
About Northern Waves TV
Northern Waves TV is a one-day TV technology conference held yearly in Oslo, Norway. Northern Waves 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.
Marketing and PR Contact
Tel: +47 484 00 893
Riivi, the OTT streaming service provider in Latin America, has chosen Norigin Media for quality assured Smart TV applications.
The Nordic TV Week, scheduled between 3-7 May 2021, will feature live presentations of popular Nordic TV streaming services from a technology and UI/UX design perspective.
Norwegian TV streaming technology company Norigin Media has been chosen as part of the 5GMediaHUB Consortium, alongside Telenor from Norway and other European companies. The project’s goal is to become a world leader in 5G, accelerating the validation of innovative 5G-empowered media and entertainment applications.