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Radio [itvt]: Part 2 - "Putting it All Together: The 360-Degree UX" at TVOT2014

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"Putting it All Together: The 360-Degree UX" at TVOT NYC 2014

[itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT NYC 2014 session, "Putting it All Together: The 360-Degree UX." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:

"In a highly competitive television marketplace, the winners will be those who can achieve high marks in every dimension of the user experience. As businesses battle for supremacy, or seek to disrupt the status quo, each must play to its strengths, using artful defense and offense. Whether you're an incumbent, an upstart, or a supplier, a 360-degree view of the UX will be essential to succeed.

This session will examine multiple angles of the 360-degree UX, including Business (business model, licensing, investment, product/service pricing), Technology (quality, affordability, speed), Content (the stuff that consumers want), Product Features (discovery, management, play, social), User Interface (graphics, motion, sound, interaction model), Support (cross-platform availability, self-help), and more." Panelists included:

  • Sean Besser, Head of Platform, Peel
  • Gerard Kunkel, Founder, Nautics.tv (Moderator)
  • Rebecca Rusk Lim, VP of Interactive Experience, Turner Broadcasting
  • Adam Lowy, GM of Interactive and Advanced TV, DISH Network
  • Adam Relis, Head of YouTube Space New York
  • Scott Rosenberg, VP of Business Development, Roku