Capacity Conferences
6 March 2014, Dubai


Smart Media: Middle East 2014
6th March 2014, The Grand Hyatt Dubai..

Content delivery and monetisation across the entire content ecosystem

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHY ATTEND?

Effective networking with your peers and meet with 120+ executive representatives:
Create a collaborative approach and build partnerships across the entire content eco system

Strategic agenda and plus senior level speakers:
Based on extensive research, the agenda features topics crucial to creating new methods of content delivery and monetisation

Stay abreast of the developments:
Get to grips with the latest creative approaches to emerging business models, multi-platform delivery, on demand services and end user experience

Industry leaders from the entire content value chain:
Meet the executives that drive and shape the content eco-system in the Middle East

UNIQUE INSIGHTS INTO THE MIDDLE EASTERN CONTENT MARKET:

Content owners and broadcasters: Hear from the senior level executives at the companies leading the development of Middle Eastern content services to bring content closer to the customer

Pioneering perspectives: Develop new business models to support strong growth in internet content and social media across the region

Cutting edge developments:  multiplatform delivery strategies, on-demand TV, OTT Content and how to make the most of the opportunities offered through multiple content platforms

 





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