Dataxis, a global firm specialized in Telecom, TV & Media businesses delivering detailed market research, high quality events and specialized websites to the Telecom and Media executives and organizations announces that the first edition of NexTV Summit-New Delhi to be held on 25th November, at Shangri-La’s – Eros Hotel.
The most prestigious global event series on the Future of TV landed in India in 2015. After a kick-off event in Mumbai in April the NexTV Summit is coming to New Delhi, with the participation of TV group leaders in Delhi and India. The NexTV Summit is by far the most popular TV event series in the emerging market circuit in Latin America. NexTV Summit is the place for the emerging market TV industry leaders to meet, debate and discuss key industry issues that impact them both globally and regionally.
The leading executives of the TV Business in India, inclusive of New Delhi and its surroundings, have been conveyed to this vanguard conference to debate within one day on what’s in, what’s coming and what’s at threat.
About 30 Speakers expected from key players in the industry like Multi Screen Media, Star TV, Eros International, Viacom 18, Dish TV, Videocon d2h, Reliance Big Entertainment, Sun Direct TV, TRAI, Tata Sky, Den Networks, Siti Cable, Digicable, Hathway, IMCL, Prasar Bharati, Vodafone, Reliance Jio Infocomm, Airtel, MTNL, Home Cable Networks, Chouksey Entertainment, COFI, TEMA and CMAI.
There are six panel discussions to take place during this one day conference. The topics for the panel discussions include Regulatory Challenges for TV, TV Everywhere & OTT in Delhi & India,
Advanced Pay-TV Services, the future of FTA TV in India, Cable Digitization, Impact and Strategies for the future, and Telecom Operators & video models.
Speaking about the conference, Deepak Ramsurrun, Events Manager- APAC & Africa, Dataxis said, “The TV Business in India is going through some major transformations, and the NexTV Summit New Delhi 2015 will be a much awaited opportunity for all players in the industry to weigh up the multiple challenges ahead through six fine-tuned Executive Panel discussions”