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Industry Thought Leaders to Discuss “Shifting Media Economics: Impact on Strategy, Finance, and Technology” at 2015 NAB Show

Analysis, broadcast industry technology trends, broadcast technology market research, Broadcast technology vendor financials, Broadcast Vendor M&A, Conference Sessions, Online Video, OTT Video | Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 09 2015

Whether you are a supplier, buyer, or investor in the media technology sector, you won’t want to miss the fourth annual NAB Show event co-produced by Devoncroft Partners and the organizers of the NAB Show.

 

NAB Devoncroft 2015 Shifting Media Economics Session Announcement

 

Now part of the NAB 2015 Media Finance and Investor Conference, “Shifting Media Economics: Impact on Strategy, Finance, and Technology,” will be held on Sunday April 12, 2015 in room N235 of the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Designed to be a thought-provoking kickoff to the 2015 NAB Show, this half-day conference examines the “the business of the media business” from the perspective of all levels of the media value chain. It includes panel discussions featuring C-level executives from leading broadcasters, service providers, technology vendors, and private equity investors. Each group will offer a candid assessment of how their respective business models, operational practices, and strategic decision making have been impacted by the dramatic shift in media industry economics.

The keynote, “The Future of TV. One Man’s Opinion.” will be delivered by Bob Bowman, President, Business & Media of Major League Baseball (MLB), who oversees MLB Advanced Media (MLBAM) and MLB Network.

MLBAM has been involved with several recent high-profile streaming events including WrestleMania 31, the opening day of Major League Baseball, the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament, and the recent launch of HBO Now.  Bowman is scheduled to take the stage just one hour before the highly anticipated season 5 premiere of “Game of Thrones” becomes available via HBO Now.

The conference will also include presentations of the latest market research on industry trends and financial performance.  This includes preliminary excerpts from the Devoncroft Big Broadcast Survey, the industry’s definitive demand-side study of the broadcast and digital media industry; and the 2015 IABM DC Global Market Valuation Report, the industry’s definitive supply-side market sizing report.

In advance of the NAB Show, Devoncroft Partners has published an analysis of the trends and strategic drivers in the broadcast and media technology sector. This report is available to download here (registration required).

This conference is intended for senior executives from technology vendors, end-users, and investment firms in the media technology sector. It provides an excellent opportunity to network with industry executives and the financial community ahead of NAB show commitments.

Approximately 400 executives attended this standing-room only event in 2014. We hope to see you there on Sunday April 12, 2015.

Please note that because this event is part the 2015 NAB Show Media, Finance and Investor Conference, registration is required.

 

An overview of the conference is included below.  Full details are available on the NAB Show website.

 

Shifting Media Economics: Impact on Strategy, Finance, and Technology

 

1:40pm – Welcome and Introductions

Presenter:

  • Peter White, CEO IABM

 

 

1:50pm – Review of Market Developments

Josh Stinehour of Devoncroft will take the podium for his annual (enthusiastic) presentation on developments in the media technology sector.  If you have any final announcements you would like Josh to consider for his presentation, let him know.

Presenter:

  • Joshua Stinehour, Principal Analyst Devoncroft Partners

 

 

2:15pm – The Broadcast & Media Technology Industry in 2015

Devoncroft founder Joe Zaller will present a data-driven overview of the forces bringing dynamic change to the media technology sector in 2015. This will include preliminary results of the 2015 Big Broadcast Survey, the industry’s most comprehensive demand-side study, and observations from the 2015 IABM DC Global Market Valuation Report, the industry’s definitive supply-side market sizing report.

Presenter:

  • Joe Zaller, President Devoncroft Partners

 

 

2:40pm – Business Strategy Perspectives from Industry Executives

CEOs from four of the media and broadcast industry’s largest technology suppliers will debate the most important commercial issues facing the industry, and discuss their strategies to position their companies for success in a rapidly evolving marketplace.  The panelists will also offer opinions on how changes in the business environment are impacting vendors and customers.

Moderator:

  • Joe Zaller, President Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Patrick Harshman: President and Chief Executive Officer, Harmonic, Inc.
  • John Stroup: President, Chief Executive Officer, Belden, Inc.
  • Tim Thorsteinson: Chief Executive Officer, Quantel and Snell
  • Charlie Vogt: Chief Executive Officer, Imagine Communications

 

 

3:20pm – The Broadcast Buyer Perspective on Industry Trends

Senior technology executives from four leading broadcasters will offer informed perspectives on the most significant industry trends affecting technology budgets and the technology purchase decision.  The audience will benefit from an emphasis on the business implications of technology decisions to broadcasters.

Moderator:

  • Joe Zaller, President Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Ken Brady: SVP Media Technology and Operations, Turner Broadcasting Systems
  • Richard Friedel: EVP & General Manager, Fox NE&O
  • Fred Mattocks: GM Media Operations & Technology, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Bob Ross: SVP East Coast Operations, CBS Broadcasting, Inc.

 

 

4:00pm – The Service Provider Perspective on Industry Trends

A panel of executives from leading media service providers will discuss views on both technology developments and deployment considerations for media organizations.  Discussion topics will include solutions for multi-platform content delivery, the economics of outsourcing, how service providers can leverage their scale to deliver increased performance and agility, and how next-generation data center architecture may impact the media ecosystem.

Moderator:

  • Joe Zaller, President Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Darcy Antonellis: Chief Executive Officer, Vubiquity
  • Anil Jain: SVP & GM Media Group, Brightcove, Inc.
  • Steve Plunkett: Chief Technology Officer, Ericsson Broadcast & Media Services

 

  

4:30pm – The Institutional Investor Perspective on Industry Trends

A panel of leading investment professionals in the media and entertainment sector will offer the audience the institutional investor’s perspective on the industry. The discussion will include the panelists’ intelligence-gathering plans for the NAB Show, views on the trends that are driving investment dollars in the sector, and a review of the characteristics influencing the evaluation of an investment opportunity in the media technology industry.

Moderator:

  • Joshua Stinehour, Principal Analyst Devoncroft Partners

 

Panelists:

  • Chris Kanaley: Vice President, Parallax Capital
  • Nick Lukens: Vice President, Vector Capital
  • Bryce Winkle: Vice President, The Gores Group

 

5:00pm – Keynote: The Future of TV. One Man’s Opinion.


Presenter:

  • Bob Bowman, CEO MLB Advanced Media

 

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Thorsteinson Replaces Cross as CEO of Quantel and Snell

Analysis, Broadcast technology vendor financials, Broadcast Vendor M&A, Broadcaster Financial Results | Posted by Joe Zaller
Mar 04 2015

Quantel and Snell announced that Tim Thorsteinson has replaced Ray Cross as CEO, effective immediately.news_Tim_Thorsteinson

According to the company, Thorsteinson “is the ideal individual to lead the next stage in the development of the combined Quantel and Snell.”

Cross, who had been CEO of both Quantel and Snell since March 2014, when it was announced that Quantel had acquired fellow UK-based broadcast technology vendor Snell, a deal that had been long-rumored in the industry, since the two companies already had a common parent, Lloyds Development Capital (LDC), the investment arm of Lloyds Bank.

Previously, Cross had been CEO of Quantel since December 2005.

At the time of the Quantel-Snell deal, the company said in a statement that the combined entity had revenue of more than $170 million and office in 16 locations around the globe, making it one of the larger vendors in the broadcast industry.  The company has not provided an update on its performance since that time.

It will be interesting to see what moves Thorsteinson, a longstanding broadcast industry executive, will make as CEO of Snell and Quantel, companies he has competed against in previous roles.

Thorsteinson is a well-known figure in the broadcast industry having headed-up several of the industry’s largest technology vendors over the past 15 years.

In January 2013, Thorsteinson was named CEO of Grass Valley, replacing Alain Andreoli, who had been appointed by private equity firm Francisco Partners following their 2010 acquisition of Grass Valley from Technicolor.

Just over a year later, Thorsteinson oversaw the $220m sale of Grass Valley to Belden Corporation, who combined it with Miranda, keeping the Grass Valley moniker for the enlarged entity.

Interestingly, Thorsteinson was also involved in the sale of Miranda to Belden.  In April 2012, he appointed a director of Miranda Technologies during the time that activist investor JEC Capital was agitating for a sale of that business.  Three months after Thorsteinson became a director of the company, Belden Corporation acquired Miranda for an enterprise value of $356m.

Thorsteinson was the President of Harris Corporation’s Broadcast Communications Division from 2006-2010.  He was appointed to this role following the $460m purchase by Harris of Leitch Technology Corporation, where Thorsteinson had been CEO since November 2003.

Prior to Leitch, Thorsteinson was CEO of Grass Valley Group, and oversaw the December 2001 sale of Grass Valley Group to Thomson Multimedia for $172m.

“We are delighted to have Tim Thorsteinson join Quantel to continue the company’s transformation. Tim has a proven track record of value creation, and his knowledge and experience are a great fit to grow the combined Quantel and Snell business into a major force in the rapidly changing broadcast industry,” said Chris Hurley, Managing Director Lloyds Development Capital and Quantel Board Director. “I would also like to thank Ray for all his hard work and achievements at Quantel over the past 10 years.”

“I’m very excited to be joining Quantel,” said Thorsteinson. “It is one of the larger independent businesses in our industry, with world class products and a rich history of innovation. I want to build on that tradition to create an organization 100% focused on helping our customers prosper in the media technology world.”

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Variety Article (7-14-2000): Carlton sells tech arm Quantel to LDC for £51 million 

 

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Thorsteinson Appointed to Miranda’s Board of Directors in Otherwise Uneventful AGM

Broadcast technology vendor financials, Broadcast Vendor M&A | Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 25 2012

Miranda said that broadcast industry veteran Tim Thorsteinson was elected to its Board of Directors at the company’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). 

Thorsteinson, who was nominated for the position by Miranda’s management, ran unopposed for the board position vacated by Thomas Cantwell who announced his retirement earlier this year.

Miranda said that all other items put forth at the AGM were approved, including the re-appointment of its auditors and the adoption of an amended and restated shareholder rights plan

The low-key nature of Miranda’s AGM is in contrast to several months of activist shareholder drama at the company which began in December 2011 when two investment firms – JEC Capital Partners and JMB Capital Partners – who respectively own approximately 7.1% and 3.1% of Miranda’s outstanding shares — requisitioned a meeting of the shareholders of Miranda to replace four of the seven existing directors of Miranda with four new independent directors.

Last month Miranda effectively put itself up for sale when the company announced that it will “hold discussions with potential strategic partners as part of the company’s review of ways in which to continue to enhance value and to build on the positive momentum that it has generated over the past two years.”

Miranda’s announcement about a potential sale and the timing of its AGM, which was at the same time as last week’s the NAB show and caused several key Miranda executives to miss part of the show, created intense speculation about the company’s future ownership during NAB. 

Perhaps in recognition of this, Miranda president & CEO Strath Goodship said in a statement “We would like to thank our shareholders for their continued support. The Company remains committed to driving sustainable and profitable growth through the development of innovative solutions and go to market strategies.”

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More Broadcast Vendor M&A: Miranda Exploring Strategic Options Through Structured Process

Broadcast Vendor M&A | Posted by Joe Zaller
Mar 21 2012

Miranda Technologies said that it has decided to “hold discussions with potential strategic partners as part of the company’s review of ways in which to continue to enhance value and to build on the positive momentum that it has generated over the past two years.”

Separately, Miranda has also announced that it has nominated industry veteran and former Harris Broadcast CEO Tim Thorsteinson as a candidate for the company’s board of directors.

The move comes after several months of activist shareholder drama at the company which began in December 2011 when two investment firms – JEC Capital Partners and JMB Capital Partners – who respectively own approximately 7.1% and 3.1% of Miranda’s outstanding shares — requisitioned a meeting of the shareholders of Miranda to replace four of the seven existing directors of Miranda with four new independent directors.

Against this backdrop, it turns out that Miranda has been exploring its “strategic options” for the better part of a year, and has now decided to move ahead in a more structured way.

Miranda disclosed that it has “received a number of unsolicited expressions of interest regarding potential transactions and partnerships,” over the past year, and had, in May 2011, put in place a committee of its independent directors to review each expression of interest that was received. When this committee believed that an approach might lead to a (M&A) transaction, a non-disclosure agreement was entered into and discussions with the interested party ensued.

To date these discussions have not resulted in deal, because the committee “concluded that the transactions proposed would not reflect full and fair value for the Corporation’s business.”

Now however, the company says there is “growing interest” in Miranda, so the company has decided “that a more structured process should be put in place in order to enable the Corporation to review further expressions of interest and to hold discussions with potential strategic partners.”

The timing of this initiative – a month before the NAB show, and Miranda’s AGM – will certainly make things interesting to watch over the next month as it plays out.

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Miranda Nominates Tim Thorsteinson as Director

Broadcast technology vendor financials, Broadcast Vendor M&A | Posted by Joe Zaller
Mar 21 2012

Miranda announced that it has nominated industry veteran and former Harris Broadcast CEO Tim Thorsteinson as a candidate for the company’s board of directors.

The company has put Thorsteinson forward for the seat currently held by Thomas Cantwell, who  will retire from the Miranda’s Board at the upcoming Annual General Meeting, scheduled for April 17, 2012.  Thorsteinson is well known by many in the broadcast business, having served in leadership roles at Harris, Leitch, Grass Valley and Tektronix.

Interestingly, Thorsteinson’s name was also put forward by a group of activist shareholders who have been trying to gain control of Miranda’s Board for the past several months.

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Miranda Rejects Activist Shareholder Request as Invalid

JEC Press Release: Miranda Technologies Calls Early Shareholders Meeting After Pressure From JEC and Other Concerned Shareholders

Activist Shareholder Remains Convinced That Miranda Technologies is Undervalued

Miranda Responds to Activist Shareholders

Activist Shareholders Seek To Replace Four Board Seats at Miranda Technologies

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Activist Shareholder Drama Continues at Miranda Technologies

Broadcast technology vendor financials | Posted by Joe Zaller
Mar 06 2012

Following on from the announcement by Miranda Technologies that its revenue jumped 27 percent in 2011, JEC Capital (JEC) a large shareholder in the company, issued a press release saying that JEC was “extremely disappointed” by Miranda’s earnings release and conference call concerning its full year and fourth quarter results.

This is the latest salvo in a war of press releases which began in December of 2011 when JEC and JMB Capital Partners – who respectively own approximately 7.1% and 3.1% of Miranda’s outstanding shares —  requisitioned a meeting of the shareholders of Miranda to replace four of the seven existing directors of Miranda with four new independent directors.

Miranda quickly rejected JEC’s request as invalid under the Business Corporations Act (Québec), which says a requisition must be signed by a registered shareholder of the Corporation, and that neither JEC nor JMB is registered in the Corporation’s securities register.

Undeterred, JEC went ahead and published a slate of proposed Director nominees its says have a wide range of industry, merger and acquisition, and corporate finance experience, including former Harris Broadcast CEO Tim Thorsteinson.

In JEC’s most recent pejoratively-titled press release, Michael Torok, a managing director at the company said “JEC shares the market’s disappointment in Miranda’s recent earnings release and conference call, and in the lack of any assertive action by the Board. The recent broad sell-off in Miranda shares following the earnings release shows that shareholders were expecting something more than business as usual. While operating results remain positive, the market sees no evidence that the Board is making the meaningful changes that shareholders are seeking and the market is expecting.

“From December 13, 2011, the date JEC and JMB Capital requisitioned a shareholder meeting for the purpose of adding new directors to the Company’s Board of Directors, through February 28, 2012, Miranda’s share price increased 26%. This increase indicates that shareholders and the broader market view positively the prospect of both change on the Board and a full review by the Board with its financial adviser, BMO Capital Markets, of all strategic alternatives available to the Company to maximize shareholder value.  Absent concrete steps to maximize value creation, beginning with a revitalization of Miranda’s Board in the near future, further erosion of shareholder value is inevitable.”

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Activist Shareholder Names New Proposed Directors for Miranda Technologies

broadcast technology market research | Posted by Joe Zaller
Jan 11 2012

JEC Capital Partners (JEC), which in December 2011 requisitioned a meeting of the shareholders of Miranda to replace four of the seven existing directors of Miranda with four new independent directors, has announced the names of the director nominees it intends to put forward at Miranda’s upcoming annual meeting of shareholders.

Miranda has previously rejected JEC’s request as invalid under the Business Corporations Act (Québec), which says a requisition must be signed by a registered shareholder of the Corporation, and that neither JEC nor JMB is registered in the Corporation’s securities register.

Nevertheless, JEC is pushing ahead with a slate of nominees its says have a wide range of industry, merger and acquisition, and corporate finance experience: Claude Fontaine, Clifford Press, Tim Thorsteinson and K. Peter Heiland. Short biographies of each of these proposed directors can be found below.

 

Biographies of the proposed directors

Claude Fontaine is a corporate director and a retired attorney, having been a partner and then senior partner in a major Canadian law firm for over 40 years where he specialized in corporate and securities law, including financing, mergers and acquisitions, business dispositions and corporate governance. With respect to corporate governance, Mr. Fontaine has often been called upon to review the governance systems of major Canadian corporations and has regularly advised public companies and Crown corporations on various aspects of their governance. Mr. Fontaine became a Certified Director of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) in 2006, and has since acted as an ICD certification examiner and in 2009 was named a Fellow of the ICD. Mr. Fontaine is a member of the Boards of Directors or of the Advisory Committees of a number of Canadian companies, including CEPSA Chimie Montréal, CEPSA Chimie Bécancour, Optimum West Insurance Company and ProSep inc. (TSX:PRP). In the past, Mr. Fontaine has served as a director of Petro-Canada, Canadair Inc., Domtar Inc., and Optimum General Inc.

Tim Thorsteinson is the Chief Executive Officer of Enablence Technologies (TSX:ENA), where he was appointed to the Board of Directors in November 2009 and joined the management team as President and Chief Operating Officer and subsequently CEO in April 2010. Mr. Thorsteinson has successfully transformed several challenging businesses to growing, profitable, high-margin market companies delivering high rates of shareholder return. He recently served as President of the Broadcast Division at Harris Corporation with $650 million in revenue, and also served as a Harris Corporate Officer and was a member of the Harris Executive Committee. Prior to joining Harris Corporation, Mr. Thorsteinson was President and CEO at Leitch Technology where he oversaw the execution of a two-year turnaround plan that rebuilt value and positioned the company for a profitable sale.

Clifford Press is a managing member, partner and cofounder of Oliver Press Partners, an investment firm that invest in companies that are believed to be undervalued and which offer significant opportunity for appreciation through corporate transactions. Mr. Press began his professional career at Morgan Stanley in the firm’s mergers and acquisitions department and left in 1986 to form Hyde Park Holdings, a company which engaged in a number of investment and acquisition activities including the acquisition of High Voltage Engineering Corporation and the Detroit & Canada Tunnel Corporation, and is currently a director of GoldMoney Network, Ltd. and SeaBright Holdings Inc. (NYSE:SBX).

K. Peter Heiland is a Managing Director of JEC Capital Partners, LLC, a technology focused investment fund. Mr. Heiland also currently serves on the board of directors of SAM Technologies GmbH and the GSI Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:GSIG). Prior to founding JEC Capital Partners, Mr. Heiland was the founder, owner, and CEO of Integrated Dynamics Engineering, a technology leader that serves a number of large customers, including Nikon, CANON, ASML, Applied Materials, KLA Tencor, and Hitachi. In January of 2008, IDE was acquired by Aalberts Industries.

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Related Content:

JEC Press Release: JEC Capital Names Proposed Directors of Miranda Technologies Inc.

Miranda Rejects Activist Shareholder Request as Invalid

JEC Press Release: Miranda Technologies Calls Early Shareholders Meeting After Pressure From JEC and Other Concerned Shareholders

Activist Shareholder Remains Convinced That Miranda Technologies is Undervalued

Miranda Responds to Activist Shareholders

Activist Shareholders Seek To Replace Four Board Seats at Miranda Technologies

 

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