European Communications latest thought leadership seminar will analyse the strategies telcos are using to tackle the OTT/digital content space.

The free-to-attend event, held in London on 8 October, features presentations from Telecom Italia, CCS Insight, Coleago Consulting and EY.

The speakers will discuss the latest approaches that operators are taking as they partner and compete with digital content providers such as Amazon, Google and Netflix.

European Communications Editor Marc Smith will also present findings from our recent survey into OTT/digital content.

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Daniela Biscarini, Head of Multimedia Entertainment at Telecom Italia, will discuss the operator’s digital content strategy, including recent deals it has signed with Mediaset and Sky.

Adrian Baschnonga, Lead Analyst, Global Telecommunications at EY, will discuss how and why operators need to strike the right balance between OTT partnerships and in-house R&D.

Coleago Consulting CEO Stefan Zehle will share key takeaways from “The Innovation Game” – a strategy the company has developed to instill an OTT mindset at telcos.

Finally, Paolo Pescatore, Director of Multiplay and Video at CCS Insight, will outline the state of the market today and pick out the key points that telcos need to be aware of.

With plenty of opportunity to network with peers and quiz speakers about this key topic, the event is a must-attend for anyone interested in the rapidly evolving OTT/digital content space.

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The seminar takes place at The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, London E1 8GP.

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