The Future of 4K and Ultra HD on Streaming Services
OTT service providers have already gone ahead of the traditional VOD providers by providing 4K content to their subscribers. But is it giving the consumers the wow factor that they’re looking for, and is it really ultra HD? Internet deployment models have continued to push traditional broadcast video with more choices and evolved viewer experiences that are deployed quickly and often without heavy reliance on standards. What does this mean for ultra HD in OTT services? How does it scale across the industry and how is the term ultra HD ultimately defined? This panel features senior experts from content owners, studios, technology providers and service operators who give their individual perspectives on how ultra HD will scale across the industry and the evolution of the viewing experience within the next 5 years. Moderator: David Price, Vice-Chair - Ultra HD Forum Nick Colsey, VP, Business Development - Sony Electronics Thomas Edwards, VP, Engineering & Development - FOX Networks Eric Grab, CTO - NeuLion Richard Doherty, Director, E-Media Strategy, Office of the CTO - Dolby Laboratories
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