Some service providers, like Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ), are enhancing their video offerings with online fare, while others, including Toledo Telephone Co. Inc. , have discovered that it makes more sense to ditch the old model completely and instead use an OTT video service with speedier broadband tiers. But no matter the strategy, they've all got to make online video pay, a situation that has spawned a revived market for advanced advertising and caused service providers to gravitate to content delivery networks (CDNs) and technologies such adaptive streaming.
Click on the image below to catch some of the sights from the event. All photos and captions are entirely our fault.
And if you're into sounds and words, too, check out these stories and video interviews from the event (and there's more to come).
- Preparing for Video War
- Prepare to Slay the OTT Dragon
- Pay-TV: Too Costly to Replicate Online?
- Verizon Targets Video Personalization
- Who Are Aereo's Customers?
- Verizon Ready for OTT Onslaught (video)
- Can Transparent Caching Save Transport Costs? (video)
- Telco Succeeds With Broadband, Roku Bundle (video)
- Going Big With TV Everywhere (video)
— Jeff Baumgartner, Site Editor, Light Reading Cable