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NAB Show NY 2017

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October 18 – 19, 2017  |  NAB Show New York  |  Javits Convention Center  |  New York, NY

Crystal is excited to be participating in this year’s NAB Show New York. We will have some big product announcements, prize giveaways and much more to share. We will be on hand at booth N-159 to demo our products and offer insights and answers to your OTT, metadata, and monitor & control questions. To schedule a meeting or demo during the show, please email Lisa Howard at lisa.howard@crystalcc.com.

Crystal will also be participating in some very informative sessions that you won’t want to miss:

Featured Spotlight: Addressable Advertising
Crystal CEO, Roger Franklin
Wednesday, October 18th
3:30 pm – 3:35 pm
This Spotlight Session will discuss how timing can be properly signaled by broadcasters to enable addressable TV Advertising at every point in the distribution chain.

Aligning Real World with Recommendations
Crystal CEO, Roger Franklin and Crystal COO, Alan Young
Thursday, October 19th
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
This session will describe a solution to the problem, enabling not only rich, frame accurate metadata to be delivered securely out of band, but also allow the metadata to be formatted at each receive location in any profile of SCTE 35, or delivered as a proprietary API provided by the distributor. This Cloud based solution will additionally enable a number of other useful functions; such as the automatic correction of lip-sync errors and interactivity for Broadcast/Network television using Internet connected smartphones and tablets.

SATCON: The Great Transition to OTT: What’s the Impact?
Crystal COO, Alan Young
Wednesday, October 18th
11:35 am – 12:05 pm
TECH FWD Stage 1
In this one-on-one, Robert Bell will engage Crystal’s, COO, Alan Young on how content providers can make the most of these opportunities by optimizing the use of satellites, the cloud and CDNs all while minimizing the required investments in new business models.

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