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SXSW Interactive 2016

The Future of Television

How soon can I stop paying for TV, and what services should I be subscribing to in the future? This talk will address these questions, as well as discussing the future of TV, given the recent changes in consumer demand, programmer distribution, cable offerings and the introduction of new smart devices. This will include an overview of TV economics, comparing them to more recent trends to understand how the industry may evolve. We'll also take a look at other disrupted media sectors to understand how consumer preferences and content creation costs could affect how the TV landscape evolves.

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  1. How has the Pay TV model changed over the last 10 years?
  2. At what point will the current model no longer make sense for programmers and MVPDs?
  3. How will consumer demand and content costs determine the future for professionally produced video content?

Speakers

  • Rob Aitken, Senior Management, Strategy & Operations, Media & Entertainment, Deloitte Consulting, Deloitte Consulting

Organizer

Marcel Goldstein, Sr VP, Allison+Partners

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