04.03.2008 08:41 AM
MPEGIF master class to explore transformation of multimedia

The MPEG Industry Forum (MPEGIF) will conduct “The New Television Experience” master class Sunday, April 13, at NAB2008.

The full-day class will explore how new technologies are changing the way digital multimedia is created, compressed, delivered and monetized. Business and technology leaders will share their experiences and insights. The class will feature keynote speakers from Yahoo, the Open IPTV Forum, T-Com and MobiTV.

Panelists from IBM, Turner, FastWeb, Telekom Austria, Thomson, Nagravision, Harmonic, Motorola, IPTV Americas, Amino, Latens, MRG, NXVision and the University of Applied Sciences Berlin will join the keynote speakers.

This MPEGIF master class will provide information to help organizations from all sectors make important decisions with service operators, who recently have adopted new video technologies.

Besides keynote speakers and panelists, the master class offers interactive discussions with questions and answers focusing on a precise exchange of information and knowledge sharing. The MPEGIF master class will last from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information, visit http://www.mpegif.org/exhibitions/NAB2008/agenda07.php and www.nabshow.com.


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