Welcome to the Futuresource newsletter 'The Source', where our experts divulge the highlights captured during their investigative travels around the global technology show circuits. It is bursting with industry hot topics, as well as key trends across the global landscape of consumer electronics, broadcast, digital content, display and education technologies.


Following its highly successful Los Angeles event, Futuresource is hosting its third New Content Horizons conference in London. Industry leaders and Futuresource analysts will be addressing a number of key topics such as:

  • The Importance of Original Content

  • Embracing the Studio Challenge

  • Keeping Live Sports Relevant for the Younger Generation

  • The Evolution of Social Video

  • Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

  • Connecting with Kids

  • Programmatic TV - How can it Enhance Tailored Viewing Experiences?

  • The Future of Smart TV and TV as an App

Speakers Confirmed from the Following Companies:

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Packed full of energising keynotes, best-in-class presentations and panels, New Content Horizons also includes Futuresource market insight presentations, providing you with strategic analysis of the current landscape and the key challenges and opportunities for the years ahead.

Join us and connect and learn from industry leaders, entrepreneurs and those driving innovation within video entertainment and broadcast.

Where: Ham Yard Hotel, London

When: Thursday 15th June 2017

Time: 12pm - 6pm

How Much: £89 Per Ticket - Price includes complimentary drinks and canapés at the post event networking session.


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Global Music Market to Hit $25 Billion

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Pay-TV Lite - Coming to a Screen Near You

After many rumours, YouTube TV launched at the beginning of 2017, making its first foray into Pay-TV Lite, the relatively new but already competitive market distorting the lines between traditional pay-TV bundles and online video services.
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Are Classroom Engagement Tools a Threat or Opportunity?

School to parent communications are an essential part of the day-to-day running of a school. The requirement to notify guardians of school closures and events, absenteeism and student progress present a significant operational burden.
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