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IQPC's Conference on IPTV to Discuss the Future of Broadcast Technology

IQPC's Conference on IPTV to Discuss the Future of Broadcast Technology

NEW YORK, March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- IQPC announced this morning its first conference focused on the IPTV industry in the United States. "IPTV and Beyond: The Future of Broadcast Technology" will take place April 18-20th at the Marriott Del Mar in San Diego, CA, and will feature best practices from companies that have actually completed successful IPTV deployments.

The conference aims to help attendees capitalize on IPTV by showing them how to implement it, how to identify the potential for their organization, how to develop a content strategy for their services, and how to understand the economic benefits and challenges related to IPTV.

Some of the leading organizations that have already confirmed their participation at IPTV and Beyond include Accord Media Group, ACN, Advanced Media Strategies, Alcatel, Alliance Systems, Bell Canada, Canquest Communications, CC Communications, Cisco Systems, Coaxsys, Comporium Communications, Consolidated Communications, Digeo, ENCIRQ, Entone Technologies, Everstream, Ewan, GCI, Hargray, Harmonic, HBO Latin America Group, Motorola, MTV Networks, Santa Barbara City College, Siemens, Sony Pictures Television, Telephony Magazine, The Diffusion Group, Tut Systems, TVN Entertainment, UIEvolution, Verimatrix, and Wind River.

In addition to the 2-day conference, the event will feature a pre-conference workshop day and exhibit area showcasing the latest technologies and solutions for IPTV available today. For more information about the event please visit http://www.iqpc.com/na-2391-01.


CONTACT: Tatiana Pose, Marketing Manager, IQPC, +1-212-885-2759,
[email protected]

Web site: http://www.iqpc.com/

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