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Orange is a proud sponsor of the DATAXIS Nextv MENA event!

Like other markets around the world, the audiovisual landscape in the MENA* area is going through a massive revolution fostered by the rise of digital technology and of internet consumption. It is now possible to access content anywhere, through any device thanks to OTT. 

This conference, scheduled on October 5 and 6, gathers leading actors within this region to virtually discuss the future of the ecosystem with panel discussions and live debates. 


Join Pay TV & OTT strategic insights panel on October 5 - 10:30 - 11:15 GMT+4

Register here

 

Discussion topics: 

Discover the OTT market trends, the impact for ISPs and CDN providers and the critical innovations to boost OTT adoption in the MENA zone. You will interact with 4 experts about the future role of STB, the OTT for connected screens and the integration of external content. 

What Orange can bring you: 

As service provider and wholesaler, Orange International Carriers bring connectivity solutions to operators and content providers in the Middle-East & North Africa area. This is the guarantee of an excellent end-to-end internet connectivity with Quality of Service and security for an outstanding end-user experience. As CDN provider, we are on the forefront of the growth of OTT uses. 

About the panelists:

 

       Laurent Di Pietro

   Laurent Di Pietro

Laurent Di Pietro is CDN Product Manager - International Carriers, Orange
He has extensive experience in delivering value through infrastructures and services for content providers, both in the cloud computing and CDN area. He has worked on the strategy and marketing aspects of cloud, as well as on the operations side, managing production teams for international customers. Over the last few years, Laurent has been driving Orange International Carriers’ product strategy for Content Delivery Networks, with a strong emphasis on Africa and the Middle East, where connectivity and OTT adoption face very specific challenges. He is committed to developing the value of OTT through more fruitful collaboration with the whole ecosystem. More on LinkedIn 

      Tareq Abu-Lughod

   Tareq Abu-Lughod

Tareq Abu-Lughod is the founder and CEO of Arab Media Network - a diverse media and entertainment company based in Amman, Jordan (established in 2000). Arab Media Network includes various media ventures such as Al Studios, Mazaj FM, Radio Dahab, Istikana, Filmstan and Pro VO. Tareq Abu-Lughod graduated from Boston University in 1996 with a degree in Broadcasting & Film. More on LinkedIn

         Zahra Zayat

   Zahra Zayat

 

Zahra Zayat is the SVP leading digital, OTT and telco partnerships at OSN. Under her leadership, OSN re-launched its OTT product hosting over 10k hours of content. Before that, Zahra has launched YuppTV in the MENA and has grown it to become one of the largest OTT platforms serving South Asians in the region. Zahra is an experienced media executive with expertise in OTT, e-commerce, digital transformation, telco partnerships, market entry strategies, technology and Analytics. She is passionate about re-inventing the future of TV and revolutionizing the way TV is viewed across the MENA region. Being awarded “Woman Media Executive of the Year” by BroaodcastPro, Zahra is also committed to improving gender diversity and inclusion policies by creating growth opportunities for qualified women in the industry. Prior that, Zahra has held senior leadership and management consulting roles at OSN and Deloitte. More on LinkedIn 

           Ali Hussein      

   Ali Hussein

Ali Hussein is Chief Executive Officer at Eros Now, the premier Indian OTT platform owned by Eros STX Global Corporation. He joined the leading global entertainment company at the beginning of 2018 to lead the brand's vision to be consumers' first choice for digital entertainment. The surge in paid subscribers, technology innovations, and global distribution is a testament to what the team has achieved over the last couple of years. With over 18 years of experience in the media, entertainment, and digital space, Ali has been a Board Advisor to Discovery Networks and other start-ups. He has also worked with Google/YouTube, where he ran the charter for content and product partnerships in South Asia, Joint Venture between Network 18 and Viacom (Viacom 18), where he ran the digital media business across all consumer media brands, and Hungama where he managed the portfolio of distribution and content acquisition globally. Ali's expertise lies in his deep understanding of the media & technology sector and consumer behaviour to build large-scale enterprises. More on LinkedIn

 

 

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*MENA countries consist of Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
 

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