The internet is revolutionising the way that people watch TV, and this year's IP&TV World Forum
is set to establish the agenda on how the combination of TV with the internet is constantly evolving, user experiences and the TV business.
Technology trends such as internet gaming consoles, smartphones and tablets are fuelling significant and rapid growth and providing greater choice for consumers. The IP&TV World Forum (22-24 March at London’s Olympia) will provide the platform for the industry worldwide to discuss the implications of Smart TVs, which allow consumers’ to access content and smartphone-like Apps from the internet on the TVs in their living room.
The day two plenary session opens with a keynote discussion on Connected TV: Challenging business models for the TV environment? with expert speakers from Hulu, the connected TV standard HbbTV, and Nokia Siemens Networks.