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4 reasons to visit us at IP&TV World Forum 2012

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IP&TV forum in London is coming soon. Note that this year, the Forum organizers added the “&” to the event’s title in an effort to illustrate how the initial IPTV standard has fragmented into many flavors of TV over IP protocol. As you can read from the menu, Social TV, Multiscreen, Companion, and Advertising will garner most of the attention this year – a move that confirms the trends identified at last year’s Forum.

Moviri is a veteran exhibitor of the Forum, and we’ve got some great reasons for you to come and visit us this year.

Top 4 Reasons you should visit Moviri at the 2012 IP&TV World Forum

  1. We’ve got a newly designed, larger booth (#129), where you’ll be able to rest a bit in one of our comfy, new chairs. Take a break from walking the show and relax in our cool, new space!
  2.  Not only is the booth cool, but so are the people who work there! We always enjoy discussing projects, sharing experiences and offering solutions to industry challenges. In fact, ContentWise pioneered the IPTV recommendation engine industry and has been the leader ever since.
  3. We’re releasing ContentWise V4.2 with social network data processing. This new version of software will allow you to connect to Facebook, add the social TV experience, refine user profiles and import content metadata available from Facebook and Wikipedia.
  4. We’ll be demonstrating A/B testing, a new capability in V4.2 designed to help digital media operators test which approaches are successful with users by comparing a control group with a test group. With this method, operators can measure revenue per user/ARPU, views per user, average time using the service, how much “lift” in revenue recommendations produce, and other performance indicators that would be impossible to measure otherwise.

See you soon in London!

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