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Today: NAB 2013 Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation Conference

broadcast technology market research | Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 07 2013

If you are in Las Vegas to attend the 2013 NAB Show, you don’t want to miss the second annual “Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation,” conference which is being co-produced by Devoncroft, Silverwood Partners and the organizers of the NAB Show.

This event is free for all registered attendees of the 2013 NAB show.

It is being  held in room N239/241 of the Las Vegas Convention Center on Sunday April 7th from 1:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

This year’s conference features an intensive, information-packed series of presentations and panels that discuss the strategic trends and industry-specific factors influencing the value of media technology companies.

We’ve worked hard to put together an outstanding line-up of speakers and presenters, including top technology buyers, leading technology vendor CEOs, and private equity investors who will speak to the opportunities and challenges involved with financing the next phase of technology change in the industry.

The agenda will offer attendees the informed opinions of technology purchasers, industry executives, market research organizations, and financial professionals. The event will serve as a thought-provoking kick-off to the 2013 NAB Show.

This session is intended for senior executives from technology vendors, end-users, and investment firms in the media technology sector.

We are expecting 200+ attendees based on the latest registration numbers, so it’s a good networking opportunity as well.

 

Here’s the conference agenda:

 

1:45 pm – 1:50 pm

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

 

1:50 pm – 2:20 pm

NAB SHOW SPROCKIT PRESENTATIONS

Hear from three market-ready start-ups who have been selected by the NAB’s SPROCKIT initiative.  This session will include an introduction of the SPROCKIT initiative followed by presentations from three of NAB Show’s inaugural SPROCKIT participants.

Presenter(s):

  • Hilary DeCesare, Co-Founder and CEO, Everloop
  • Heidi Messer, Co-Founder & Chairman, Collective[I]
  • John West, Founder & CEO, The Whistle

 

 

2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

THE BROADCAST & MEDIA TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY IN 2013

Joe Zaller will present a summary of key data derived from the newly published 2013 Big Broadcast Survey (BBS), the largest and most comprehensive study of the broadcast industry. Key results from the 2013 BBS will include key investments areas as well as trends of significance that are impacting these purchasing decisions.

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

 

2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

STRATEGIC INDUSTRY ANALYSIS: VALUATIONS, M&A, AND EQUITY FINANCING

Jonathan Hodson-Walker and Joshua Stinehour of Silverwood Partners will present an analysis of strategic industry trends and the specific factors that affect company valuations, including transaction activity and valuations; vendor strategic considerations; and the current M&A environment along with near-term expectations. Attendees will also learn which businesses are buyers and investors targeting and why.

Presenter(s):

  • Jonathan Hodson-Walker  – Managing Partner, Silverwood Partners
  • Joshua Stinehour – Managing Director, Silverwood Partners

 

 

3:10 pm – 3:35 pm

M&A, VALUATION PERSPECTIVES FROM INDUSTRY EXECUTIVES

Joe Zaller will moderate a panel of three recognized executives at leading vendors will offer views on the critical drivers of value (in context of M&A) in the industry, and discuss the best practices they’ve learned on how to review an acquisition opportunity and how to integrate M&A into overall growth strategies. Obstacles to further industry consolidation will also be discussed.

Moderator:

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Dan Castle — CEO, Telestream
  • Harris Morris – CEO, Harris Broadcast
  • Denis Suggs — Executive Vice President, Belden

 

 

3:45 pm – 4:00 pm

IABM END-USER RESEARCH OVERVIEW

Yves Dupuis, Director of Market Intelligence at the IABM (trade association that represents broadcast technology suppliers) will present an overview of the latest end-user research from the IABM, including the changing requirements of broadcast technology buyers, and what this means for the supply community.

Yves Dupuis — Director of Market Intelligence, IABM

 

 

4:00 pm – 4:25 pm

THE BROADCAST TECHNOLOGY BUYER PERSPECTIVE

Joe Zaller will guide a discussion with broadcast executives responsible for technology budgets as they ponder the questions of most significance to decisions on technology purchasing: How are savvy broadcasters aligning known technology expenditures against uncertain multi-platform revenue opportunities in order to counteract the ‘consumer-broadcast disconnect’? How are these companies assessing the business risk of technology purchase decisions today given the uncertainty of future business models?

Moderator:

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Fred Mattocks – General Manager Media Operations and Technology, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Steve Plunkett – Chief Technical Officer, Red Bee Media
  • Phil Braden — SVP Technology and Applications, PCCW

 

 

4:25 pm – 4:50 pm

KEYNOTE: TECHNOLOGY CHANGE, BUSINESS CHANGE

Clyde Smith, FOX Networks Engineering and Operations  will offer a broadcast executive’s perspective on the major business issues facing the industry, what major initiatives and projects have been created to solve these issues, a candid assessment of the results of these initiatives, and a discussion of what is still needed from a technology standpoint to address these issues.

Clyde Smith — SVP New Technology, FOX Networks Engineering and Operations

 

 

4:50 pm – 5:15 pm

INVESTOR PERSPECTIVES ON INDUSTRY

Joe Zaller will moderate this panel of private equity professionals who have made recent investments in the media and entertainment space will offer their unique perspectives on trends of significance for the M&E sector. They will also preview their plans for intelligence-gathering at this year’s NAB Show, the trends that are driving investment dollars in the sector, and what characteristics influence their evaluation of an investment opportunity within the M&E industry.

Moderator:

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Dave Golob, Francisco Partners
  • Kevan Leggett, Lloyds TSB Development Capital Ltd
  • William Smales, The Carlyle Group
  • Bryce Winkle, The Gores Group

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Going to NAB? Don’t Miss 2nd Annual “Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation Conference,” A Thought Provoking Kick-Off to the 2013 NAB Show

broadcast industry technology trends, broadcast industry trends, Broadcast technology channel strategy, broadcast technology market research, Broadcast technology vendor financials, Broadcast Vendor Brand Research, Broadcast Vendor M&A, Broadcaster Financial Results, content delivery, technology trends | Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 02 2013

If you are attending the 2013 NAB show, be sure not to miss the second annual “Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation,” conference which is being co-produced by Devoncroft, Silverwood Partners and the organizers of the NAB Show.

This event is being held in room N239/241 of the Las Vegas Convention Center on Sunday April 7th from 1:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., and it’s free for all registered attendees of the 2013 NAB show.

This year’s conference features an intensive, information-packed series of presentations and panels that discuss the strategic trends and industry-specific factors influencing the value of media technology companies.

We’ve worked hard to put together an outstanding line-up of speakers and presenters, including top technology buyers, leading technology vendor CEOs, and private equity investors who will speak to the opportunities and challenges involved with financing the next phase of technology change in the industry.

The agenda will offer attendees the informed opinions of technology purchasers, industry executives, market research organizations, and financial professionals. The event will serve as a thought-provoking kick-off to the 2013 NAB Show.

This session is intended for senior executives from technology vendors, end-users, and investment firms in the media technology sector.

 

Here’s the current lineup of presenters:

 

1:45 pm – 1:50 pm

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

 

1:50 pm – 2:20 pm

NAB SHOW SPROCKIT PRESENTATIONS

Hear from three market-ready start-ups who have been selected by the NAB’s SPROCKIT initiative.  This session will include an introduction of the SPROCKIT initiative followed by presentations from three of NAB Show’s inaugural SPROCKIT participants.

Presenter(s):

  • Hilary DeCesare, Co-Founder and CEO, Everloop
  • Heidi Messer, Co-Founder & Chairman, Collective[I]
  • John West, Founder & CEO, The Whistle

 

 

2:20 pm – 2:45 pm

THE BROADCAST & MEDIA TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY IN 2013

Joe Zaller will present a summary of key data derived from the newly published 2013 Big Broadcast Survey (BBS), the largest and most comprehensive study of the broadcast industry. Key results from the 2013 BBS will include key investments areas as well as trends of significance that are impacting these purchasing decisions.

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

 

2:45 pm – 3:10 pm

STRATEGIC INDUSTRY ANALYSIS: VALUATIONS, M&A, AND EQUITY FINANCING

Jonathan Hodson-Walker and Joshua Stinehour of Silverwood Partners will present an analysis of strategic industry trends and the specific factors that affect company valuations, including transaction activity and valuations; vendor strategic considerations; and the current M&A environment along with near-term expectations. Attendees will also learn which businesses are buyers and investors targeting and why.

Presenter(s):

  • Jonathan Hodson-Walker  – Managing Partner, Silverwood Partners
  • Joshua Stinehour – Managing Director, Silverwood Partners

 

 

3:10 pm – 3:35 pm

M&A, VALUATION PERSPECTIVES FROM INDUSTRY EXECUTIVES

Joe Zaller will moderate a panel of three recognized executives at leading vendors will offer views on the critical drivers of value (in context of M&A) in the industry, and discuss the best practices they’ve learned on how to review an acquisition opportunity and how to integrate M&A into overall growth strategies. Obstacles to further industry consolidation will also be discussed.

Moderator:

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Dan Castle — CEO, Telestream
  • Harris Morris – CEO, Harris Broadcast
  • Denis Suggs, Executive Vice President, Belden

 

 

3:45 pm – 4:00 pm

IABM END-USER RESEARCH OVERVIEW

Peter White, Director General IABM will present an overview of the latest end-user research from the IABM, including the changing requirements of broadcast technology buyers, and what this means for the supply community.

Peter White — Director General, IABM

 

 

4:00 pm – 4:25 pm

THE BROADCAST TECHNOLOGY BUYER PERSPECTIVE

Joe Zaller will guide a discussion with broadcast executives responsible for technology budgets as they ponder the questions of most significance to decisions on technology purchasing: How are savvy broadcasters aligning known technology expenditures against uncertain multi-platform revenue opportunities in order to counteract the ‘consumer-broadcast disconnect’? How are these companies assessing the business risk of technology purchase decisions today given the uncertainty of future business models?

Moderator:

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Fred Mattocks – General Manager Media Operations and Technology, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Steve Plunkett – Chief Technical Officer, Red Bee Media
  • Phil Braden — SVP Technology and Applications, PCCW

 

 

4:25 pm – 4:50 pm

KEYNOTE: TECHNOLOGY CHANGE, BUSINESS CHANGE

Clyde Smith, FOX Networks Engineering and Operations  will offer a broadcast executive’s perspective on the major business issues facing the industry, what major initiatives and projects have been created to solve these issues, a candid assessment of the results of these initiatives, and a discussion of what is still needed from a technology standpoint to address these issues.

Clyde Smith — SVP New Technology, FOX Networks Engineering and Operations

 

 

4:50 pm – 5:15 pm

INVESTOR PERSPECTIVES ON INDUSTRY

Joe Zaller will moderate this panel of private equity professionals who have made recent investments in the media and entertainment space will offer their unique perspectives on trends of significance for the M&E sector. They will also preview their plans for intelligence-gathering at this year’s NAB Show, the trends that are driving investment dollars in the sector, and what characteristics influence their evaluation of an investment opportunity within the M&E industry.

Moderator:

Joe Zaller – President, Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Dave Golob, Francisco Partners
  • Kevan Leggett, Lloyds TSB Development Capital Ltd
  • William Smales, The Carlyle Group
  • Bryce Winkle, The Gores Group

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Reminder — Media Technology: Strategy & Valuation Conference at NAB 2012

broadcast industry technology trends, broadcast industry trends, Broadcast technology channel strategy, broadcast technology market research, Broadcast technology vendor financials, Broadcast Vendor Brand Research, Broadcast Vendor M&A, Broadcaster Financial Results, Devoncroft Digest, Top Broadcast Vendor Brands | Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 13 2012

If you are attending the 2012 NAB show you might want to consider setting aside some time to attend a new half-day conference called “Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation.

We are excited to be co-producing this event along with the NAB Show and Silverwood Partners.

This session is being held in room N237 of the Las Vegas Convention Center on Sunday April 15th from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., and it’s free for all registered attendees of the 2012 NAB show.

This conference will address industry-specific factors driving the valuations of companies including changing market dynamics, new technology, and evolving customer requirements. It is intended for industry technology executives, private equity investors, and venture capital investors in the media technology sector.

You’ll hear from experts from the financial community, broadcast industry technology buyers, leading service providers, and media technology market research analysts.

Download full agenda and speaker bios here

 

MEDIA TECHNOLOGY: STRATEGY & VALUATION

Presented by:

  

 

April 15, 2012

Las Vegas Convention Center, Room N237

 

1:30-2:00pm       Registration

 

2:00-2:25pm       Strategic Implications of Transitioning to Cloud and SaaS Platforms for the Media Industry

Presented by David Peto, CEO, Aframe

What is the reality of becoming a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business?

  • Opportunities and challenges with the business model from the SaaS provider perspective
  • Lessons learned from providing SaaS services to large media companies
  • Key customer variables for deciding to use SaaS services

 

2:25-2:55pm       The Broadcast & Media Technology Industry in 2012

Presented by Joe Zaller, President, Devoncroft Partners

  • Summary of key data derived from the newly published 2012 Big Broadcast Survey, the largest and most comprehensive study of the broadcast industry. Overview of the latest research from the IABM will also be provided.
  • Does brand perception impact valuation? Using data from the annual Big Broadcast Survey, color commentary and market research data will be provided to show how brand perception impacts both customer loyalty and Company valuation, and what vendors can do to change their brand perception for the positive.

      

2:55-3:25pm       Strategic Industry Analysis: Valuations, M & A, and Equity Financing

Presented by Jonathan Hodson-Walker, Managing Partner and Joshua Stinehour, Senior Vice President, Silverwood Partners

Analysis of strategic industry trends and the specific factors that affect company valuations:

  • Review of transaction activity and valuations
  • Technology shifting from a supporting role to a strategic role
  • Business opportunities and models evolving rapidly
  • What businesses are buyers targeting and why?
  • Analysis of Software, SaaS vs. hardware valuation and reasons for differentials

 

3:25-3:50pm       Online Video: Threat, Opportunity, or Both?

Presented by Andrew Taylor, VP Business Development, Grab Media

  • Expert insight on the business models of new media and multiplatform distribution.
  • Commentary on developments in online video, advertising technology, and new distribution and syndication models.

 

 

3:50-4:00             Break

 

 4:00-4:20pm       Technology Transition: Software, File-based, Cloud

Presented by Bernt Kåre Johannessen, Chief Development Officer, Vizrt

  • The business implications of file-based workflows, cloud computing, and multi-platform content delivery for both broadcasters and technology vendors. 
  • Efficiencies for the customer, business model implications, business and technology implementation challenges, revenue models, and required technologies.

 

 4:20-4:40pm       Executing the Strategic Plan: Suggestions and Recommendations for Executives

Presented by Graham Sharp, Director of Media Asset Capital

  • Understanding value and differentiation of business offering to customers
  • Unlocking strategic value of business
  • Tactical implementation of the strategic plan to fully realize value

 

 4:40-5:00pm       The Broadcast Buyer Perspective

Presented by Pat Sullivan, President and CEO, Game Creek Video

  • Game Creek is one of largest Outside Broadcast Truck providers in the US with a client list that reads like the who’s who of Broadcast: ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, HBO, NBC, MLB, NBA, and the NFL to name a few!
  • With an annual multi-million US$ budget being spent with Broadcast Equipment vendors, what do GCV want from their suppliers and what could they do better?

 

5:00-6:00pm       Cocktail and Networking Reception

 

Announcing the “Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation Conference.” A Thought Provoking Kick-Off to the 2012 NAB Show.

broadcast industry technology trends, broadcast industry trends, Broadcast technology channel strategy, broadcast technology market research, Broadcast technology vendor financials, Broadcast Vendor Brand Research, Broadcast Vendor M&A, content delivery, market research | Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 04 2012

If you are attending the 2012 NAB show you might want to consider setting aside some time to attend a new half-day conference called “Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation,” which is being produced by Devoncroft, Silverwood Partners and the NAB Show

This event is being held in room N237 of the Las Vegas Convention Center on Sunday April 15th from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., and it’s free for all registered attendees of the 2012 NAB show.

This conference will address industry-specific factors driving the valuations of companies including changing market dynamics, new technology, and evolving customer requirements. It is intended for industry technology executives, private equity investors, and venture capital investors in the media technology sector.

You’ll hear from experts from the financial community, broadcast industry technology buyers, leading service providers, and media technology market research analysts.

Here’s the current lineup of presenters:

David Peto CEO of A-Frame (who just raised $7m for a cloud-based broadcast production system) will discuss how SaaS business models will impact the broadcast production environment.

Joe Zaller from Devoncroft Partners will present a summary of the 2012 Big Broadcast Survey including a review of the most important industry trends, where money is being spent in the broadcast industry, the evolution of HD infrastructure and file-based workflows, and how a vendors brand can impact its valuation.

Jonathan Hodson-Walker and Josh Stinehour from specialist investment bankers, Silverwood Partners will present an in-depth analysis of strategic industry trends and the specific factors that affect company valuations such as technology, business models, and strategic positioning.

Andrew Taylor, VP of Business Development at Grab Media will provide an overview of multi-platform content delivery business models, including advertising technology, content delivery and content syndication.  This presentation will discuss the impact that multi-screen deployments may have on traditional media companies, and whether they present a threat or an opportunity for new business… or both.

Bernt Kåre Johannessen, Chief Development Officer at Vizrt will explain the business implications of file-based workflows, cloud computing, and multi-platform content delivery for both broadcasters and technology vendors.  This presentation will discuss efficiencies for the customer, business model implications, business and technology implementations challenges, revenue models, and what technologies are still needed.

Graham Sharp of Media Asset Capital will discuss how to effectively implement and execute a strategic change process.  This presentation will discuss unlocking strategic value of businesses, recommendations for execution, and understanding value and differentiation of business offering to customers.

Pat Sullivan, president of Game Creek Video, a leading sports production company, will provide the customer perspective on the dynamic evolution of the broadcast industry.  Sullivan will talk about what customers on the leading edge of technology are buying, how this has changed over time, how it might evolve in the future, and what they are looking for from broadcast technology providers.

 

 

To guarantee your place, please RSVP to nabstrategy@silverwoodpartners.com.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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Related Content:

NAB Media Technology: Strategy and Valuation Conference presented by Devoncroft, Silverwood and the NAB Show

TechCrunch Article: Aframe Goes After Avid With A Fresh $7m And A Very Big Cloud

Devoncroft – The 2012 Big Broadcast Survey

Silverwood Partners: NAB 2012 – Media Technology – Strategic Industry Analysis

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