Not too long ago, the fight for control was all about the living room and it was between cable, satellite and telcos with a tech effort here and there. Now that broadband has gone mainstream we’re talking internet TVs, gaming consoles, indie set-tops, over-the-top and home-wide networks. It’s not too late to join us for the debate at paidContent Entertainment: The Battle for the Digital Home — you can still register to be there in person — and a limited number of tickets are left. But if you’re unable to join in the on-site networking and the hallway dealmaking at The London in West Hollywood, you can stay up to speed and enjoy the thoughtful programming, which starts at 9:00 a.m. Pacific, by following our live stream.
Among the speakers: NBCU’s Jeff Gaspin, Sony’s Rob Wiesenthal, Netflix’s Ted Sarandos, Sling Co-founder Blake Krikorian, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) TV’s Mario Queiroz and key execs from CBS (NYSE: CBS), Hulu, Boxee, Microsoft (NSDQ: MSFT), Roku, Epix and more.
The hashtag for the event is #pcdigitalhome.