Through the Twittersphere, here’s a look at some of the TV-related insights gleaned from attendees.
Many observed that Millennials/Generation Z are more focused on the content rather than the delivery system.
"Kids today don't think about TV -- they think about shows" quote from #Ericsson panel expert at #DEW2015 pic.twitter.com/Mz4ABt5vbM
— Ericsson TV (@EricssonTV) February 12, 2015
Mobile's prevalence is causing younger generations to see non-responsive screens, such as TV, as 'broken' #DEW2015 pic.twitter.com/Ukla0NSOnc
— YuMe, Inc. (@YuMeVideo) February 10, 2015
#DEW2015 Ezra Cooperstein, Fullscreen: 13-16 year old girls - they don't even think about television. Their phone is their TV.
— Colin Dixon (@nScreenMedia) February 10, 2015
In nScreenMedia founder Colin Dixon’s review of his own panel, which covered OTT television, he wrote about the remarks of his fellow participants, noting that some described social media as a “very powerful recommendation engine” and that “consumers that use the second screen are much more engaged.”
Social EPG a 2-way street between content producers and consumers. http://t.co/P5vqfjjR06 #DEW2015 @MalcolmCasSelle pic.twitter.com/I0wDHcrsE5
— SeaChange News (@SeaChangeNews) February 12, 2015
"Creating a fundamentally enhanced experience to consumers" imagine a TV show as interactive as GTA V. The future? #DEW2015
— Gavin Bridge (@iruletv) February 12, 2015
2014 - the yr the dam broke: digital video distribution became core vs. "new media" side project @anilmjain #DEW2015 pic.twitter.com/EcIl8cJCGM
— Mike Green (@mikegreenbk) February 12, 2015
TV technology, terminology, technique dead by 2025: DVR, bad cust. serv, "dumb" remote control, channel guide #DEW2015
— Jason Bonner (@jbon426) February 11, 2015
Overall, it seems as though the event was a success and very enlightening for the audience.
Author: Brian Cameron