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OTT Day New York

OTT Day New York

Wednesday, November 9
1 - 6 p.m.

If you’re in the business of online video, you’re in the business of change and growth. On every front, at every step in the workflow and ecosystem, evolving technologies and changing consumer habits are driving the industry and impacting the way content is delivered, viewed and monetized. Join us at OTT Day in New York, where we look further into the myriad of technical and business decisions faced when launching an OTT solution. The event offers the industry an inspiring, free of charge, half-day event with an insight to selected key players in the OTT ecosystem. 

The OTT Day in New York will take place at the beautiful, centrally located Javits Convention Center on November 9th from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., Room 1A24. We wrap up the OTT Day with a cocktail and network reception. See more about the OTT Day New York at and register your interest today! 

NAB PILOT Innovation Challenge

NAB Pilot Innovation Challenge

The broadcast industry is continuously evolving as it explores new ways to produce, deliver and distribute engaging content. NAB’s PILOT is calling on all entrepreneurs, innovators and creative thinkers to submit their ideas for accelerating broadcast innovation in the first annual PILOT Innovation Challenge. Learn More

Community Engagement Panel

Winners will be invited to participate on the NAB PILOT Q&A Panel on Wednesday, November 9 in New York. View the list of finalists.

National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation

NABEF Excellence in Innovative Technology Awards

Wednesday, November 9
2:45 - 3:45 p.m. | Keynote Stage

Join NABEF to honor three extraordinary college students promoting the advancement of technology in media and showcase their inventions. This Session will feature Barry Libert, CEO, Open Matters and author of “The Network Imperative: How to Survive and Grow in the Age of Digital Business Models.

Awardees include Andrew Briz, University of Florida’s Innovation New Center; Noelle Vela, Texas Tech University; ASU Team - Ryan Hayes, Mark Quinones, Adriana Becerra, Garish Raman and Prashanna Raghavan, Arizona State University’s New Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab. View Session

SSPI Future Leaders Dinner

SSPI 2016 Future Leaders Dinner

Wednesday, November 9
6 – 10 p.m.

Join Society of Satellite Professionals International (SSPI) in the celebration of the 11th Annual SSPI Future Leaders Dinner, a benefit event that supports programs that attract and retain the Next Generation of the satellite industry.

Every year, SSPI presents three young satellite professionals with its Promise Award in recognition of their potential to play a leadership role in the industry. To celebrate the role of mentorship in fostering talent such as theirs, SSPI also honors an industry veteran whose devotion to nurturing the talents of the next generation will be rewarded with SSPI’s coveted Mentor Award. To learn more about the Promise and Mentor Awards and dinner, click here!

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