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Webinar tomorrow: Multi Screens for Video

From: Yankee Group <webinar@yankeegroup.com>
Date: Mon 27 Jun 2011 - 16:42:06 CEST
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Join Yankee Group tomorrow for a complimentary webinar that will explore mobile video trends and their impact on the communications ecosystem:
Multi Screens for Video
Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EDT (16:00 BST)

Register: http://web.yankeegroup.com/2011JunWebinarRegistration.html
Consumers are fundamentally changing the way they view video. Networks are growing in capacity and ubiquity, leading more connected users to shun their TVs in favor of computers, tablets and smartphones. As this shift in viewership occurs across the globe, where do CSPs fit among the content distribution giants, such as Netflix and YouTube?
Join Yankee Group Principal Analyst Vince Vittore and Senior Analyst Jason Armitage as they explore the evolution of multi-screen video and CSP positioning as this connected market explodes.
Register: http://web.yankeegroup.com/2011JunWebinarRegistration.html
Space is limited; registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis. All confirmed registrants will receive an e-mail one hour before the webinar with the details to join. Please direct any questions or feedback to webinar@yankeegroup.com. 
See you there,
Yankee Group 
P.S. All our previous webinars are available for replay here: http://blogs.yankeegroup.com/category/webinar/

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