Panel: Turning Live Streams Intro Profits
Today’s complex content monetization landscape confronts live streaming professionals with more technological and and strategic options than ever before. How can you determine which approach—advertising, subscription, transactional, or even branded—will let you maximize the revenue from your live events and channels? In this panel you’ll find monetization experts who will break down the challenges facing live event monetization and offer insights into innovative ways to make sure you’re not leaving money on the table. Moderator: Philip Nelson, Chief Relationship Officer - NewTek Greg Ellis, Vice President of Business Development and Sales - DaCast Tom Jeffs, Director, Digital Program Management - PGA Tour Luke Carriere, Head of Business Development - U.S. - Cleeng Kevin Cancilla, Digital Business Monetization for Entertainment, Media, and SaaS Consumer Services - Vindicia
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