Colombia. Presence in a total of 4 conferences will have the National Television Authority, ANTV, in the academic program of TecnoTelevisión 2013. The above, in order to contribute to the analysis and discussion of the different realities that television is currently experiencing in Colombia.
First of all, Ernesto Orozco, DTT advisor for the ANTV, will offer a conference focused on the regulation of video over the Internet. Likewise, Orozco will participate in the panel on piracy in which it is expected to discuss how informality in the television service poses a challenge for the industry, as well as for the authorities that regulate it, in addition to exploring the opportunities that exist to legalize this sector.
On the other hand, Beatriz Quiñones, member of the National Television Board, will accompany the Inaugural Panel of the event, entitled Future of Open TV. While Orlando Garcés, political coordinator of TV Comunitaria ANTV, will participate in another panel, the one aimed at analyzing the challenges and plans of community television.
The three representatives of the ANTV join a program made up of about 20 conferences and 15 speakers. With themes such as live HD production focused on sporting events; creation of transmedia and crossmedia content; marketing of content based on the latest trends in audiovisual consumption; and how to create successful virtual sets.
TecnoTelevisión 2013 will be held on July 31 and August 1 in Corferias, Bogotá.
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