The Northern Waves TV conference takes place on May 23rd in Oslo, Norway. The TV tech and business conference will bring the TV community together to present and discuss the latest developments in TV technology and its impact on the business around it. The event is planned in the grand Gamle Logen in the centre of Oslo.
Broadcasters and pay-TV operators in the Nordics feel a need to cooperate on aspects that will propel the industry forward, while continuing to compete where it matters. Northern Waves 2019 will be a platform where key decision makers and advisors will present technologies and case studies of current topics within the TV streaming industry.
The conference agenda includes interesting speaker profiles including Tine Jensen (CEO of Discovery Networks in 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, TV Norge and DR Denmark, among others.
The event encourages the streaming service owners to present themselves and debate on the current choices where the industry may benefit from shared knowledge.
The agenda includes presentations, case studies and panels. The conference does not encourage marketing pitches but knowledge sharing, collaboration and continued cooperation.
TV Technology Presentations
Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen, Editor of Streaming Media and Allan McLennan, Chief Executive at Padem Media Group will facilate the conference sessions. In the spirit of encouraging women within the TV-Tech industry Ms. Boryana Yaneva, a professional TV Quality Assurance Engineer will also present during the conference.
The day long conference will include a networking lunch, cocktails and a Gala dinner, to create a pleasant environment between industry peers, encourage debates and celebrate industry achievements. The event is a collaborative conference presented by Scandinavian TV solutions provider, Norigin Media.
Scandinavia is often promoted as the TV tech capital of Europe because of its digitally forward consumers, strong connectivity of networks, content production and the multitude of TV tech companies based there. Oslo is an obvious choice to host this event, which is easy to reach via the Gardemoen Airport (OSL).