This exclusive event is at its 2nd edition and brings together the key industry players from Central and Eastern Europe markets offering a unique opportunity to discuss strategic ventures and address pertinent challenges.

The NexTV Series CEE & DACH is an unrivalled accelerator for business lead generation and intense lobbying through dynamic Executive panel discussions, VIP networking activities and showcase of the latest technologies.

It’s a race against time. Even the most compelling apostle is skittish that if the TV industry dawdles to develop strategies bringing internet advertising techniques to TV, the mammoths of tech, who dominate within the digital world will grab the lion’s share of the emerging market.

Experience the entire connected ecosystem and witness as Executives of major companies in Central & Eastern Europe try to answer pertinent questions about the evolution of the industry.


Disrupt the market, strengthen your share at NexTV Series CEE & DACH !

The NexTV Series CEE & DACH to reunites the skills, knowledge and experience at one place to shape the future of this industry.

The NexTV Series CEE & DACH features panel discussions, one-to-one sessions, keynote addresses with C-level speakers to provide strategic insights into the latest TV, media, telecom and entertainment trends to enable you and your business to identify new opportunities and stay ahead of the game.

Key topics across NexTV Series CEE & DACH 2018 agenda include:

The pay TV landscape is undergoing dramatic changes as consumers now expect to get all the best of the OTT world as part of their subscription. Operators, at the same time must anticipate future demands. A promising debate ensues.

Many pay TV operators in Europe have successfully taken advantage of OTT to develop “skinny bundles” strategies. We will analyse how this is happening or could start in the region.

Is there a new opportunity for pay SVOD and TV channels to be distributed.

Terrestrial TV reception is reducing quickly and in some countries is becoming marginal. Are there still ways to build a future on it ? Panelists will discuss the different business and technology alternatives, as they take shape in their countries.

What is the role of smart TV, game console, and OTT boxes suppliers in the market. How can content producers and operators work with them?

“Smart Home” has been there for years, with not much happening. But this the entry of the GAFA, operators start to worry about who is going to take the control of living room, and are launching offers.

Direct satellite TV distribution still continues to develop in the region. However, as OTT is becomes a viable alternative and FTA TV distribution is more and more moving to low cost pay TV, is it going to be the case in the future?

Many countries are witnessing the entry of new OTT pay TV distributors, willing to challenge existing operators with no infrastructure. Is it the way forward?

The growing VOD & in particular S-VOD market is giving series producers more opportunities than ever to create and get national and international visibility. The panelists will discuss how this is happening in the region.

Dataxis Analyst to present findings to kick start the panel discussion.
The access to FTA TV content via replay services is becoming more and more significant in the total audience, how can FTA TV broadcasters create new revenues streams.

Pay TV and telecom operators traditionally are only marginally involved in the advertising in Europe, unless they own a significant portfolio of TV channels. However, there are several new opportunities emerging with the use of the “big data” they own and TV advertising technologies.

Some FTA broadcasters are launching new 360° TV & digital offers to enable better addressability for advertisers. How does it work and what is potential?

Full agenda is available now.


Over 50+ speakers from the Europe’s biggest players confirmed

More speakers to be announced shortly

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Otto-Braun-Straße 90, 10249 Berlin, Germany
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This contemporary, urban hotel is a 2-minute walk from Am Friedrichshain tram stop and 1 km from Alexanderplatz.

The warm, modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen HDTVs, tea and coffeemakers, and desks, plus designer toiletries. Junior suites add minibars, while suites add living areas. There are also women-friendly rooms. Room service is available.

A refined Mediterranean-Asian restaurant offers a breakfast buffet (fee). Other amenities include a cozy bar, a wellness area featuring a fitness room, a sauna and a steam room, and a business center.

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