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Cisco @ NAB: TweetChat Series

Broadcast industry professionals are going into this year’s NAB show amid a number of challenges to content lifecycles, monetization and copyrights. To think! The “digital transition” was less than two years ago, but already it’s a distant memory, eclipsed by the rise of national broadband networks -- which, in turn, turned up the heat on over-the-top video and today’s TV Everywhere trends on tablets, smartphones and PCs. Who gets to define the “where” in TV Everywhere, anyway? Speaking of serving video to multiple screens -- is it time to better integrate the digital life cycle of content?

Let’s discuss some of these questions with our Videos Solutions Marketing Managers in Cisco’s NAB TweetChat.  Please feel free to send any questions or topics of interest to @CiscoSPVideo.

When?

  • Pre-NAB Session: Friday, April 8, 9-9:30 am PDT (12-12:30 pm EDT)
  • Post-NAB Session: Friday, April 22, 9-9:30 am PDT (12-12:30 pm EDT)

How?
On the day of the event, login to http://tweetchat.com/ and follow the #ciscospchat hashtag. To join the chat, visit http://tweetchat.com/room/ciscospchat

Alternatively, you can use your favorite Twitter client (such as TweetGrid, TweetDeck)  or TwitterSearch to follow the chat hashtag #ciscospchat.  During the event, you can follow the discussion, contribute questions, and submit your own comments by using the same hashtag.

Who?
The session will be hosted by @CiscoSPVideo managed by the Cisco Service Provider Marketing team.

  • Sachin Sathaye, Service Provider Marketing Manager, Video Solutions,  @sachinsathaye
  • Marcia Bana Tonetto, Service Provider Marketing Manager, Video Solutions, @marciabana
  • Ran Chen, Service Provider Marketing Manager, Video Solutions, @ran2877

Questions / Comments?
Please email us at csco_sp@external.cisco.com. Feel free to send us questions or topics you’d like to hear addressed!

What is a TweetChat?
TweetChats are online conversations held at a pre-arranged date/time between  a group of Twitter users. Chats are uniquely identified by pre-defined  Twitter hashtag (such as #ciscospchat)  to identify the discussion thread. By including this hashtag in each  tweet, the conversation can be monitored separate from the larger  Twitter conversations.

Once again, looking forward to chatting with you on April 22, 9-9:30 am PDT (12-12:30 pm EDT). Just follow hashtag #ciscospchat.

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