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4k Ultra-High Definition TV (UHDTV): What’s Real for 2014 and Where Will We Be by 2016?

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April, 2014  Download this seminar to learn what’s real for 4K technology in 2014 and where we will be by 2016.




4K Ultra-High Definition TV (UHDTV): What’s Real for 2014 and Where Will We Be by 2016?

As the 4K buzz continues to build among electronic retailers, the future looks promising for Ultra HD adoption in the home. But is the content and delivery eco-system poised to meet the consumer demand for a more immersive television experience? This informative session will examine:

  • Lessons learned from the experts who delivered the first end-to-end broadcast of a “True” 4K UHD live event
  • What 4K UHDTV really is, including the need for HDR (high-dynamic range) and HFR (higher frame rates)
  • What 4K UHDTV services will look like in 2014 and the technologies that will enable them, including compression, modulation, satellite and IP network capabilities
  • What’s required to deliver live immersive 4K UHDTV experiences to the home
  • Expert predictions for 2016 and beyond – including 4K deployments and 8K TV

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Joe Milroy

Joe G. Milroy
, Associate Publisher, Via Satellite (Moderator)
Joe Milroy has 12 years of experience in business-to-business publishing. As a member of Access Intelligence’s Satellite Group, Joe is responsible for advertising sales through the satellite group’s e-media and print advertising vehicles. Prior to joining Access Intelligence in 2004, he worked for Penton Media, VerticalNet and Penwell Publishing.


Matthew Goldman, VP TechnologyMatthew Goldman, Senior Vice President, Technology, Ericsson Television, Inc. Matthew Goldman is Senior Vice President TV Compression Technology at Ericsson, where he is focused on video compression related products and solutions. He has been actively involved in the development of DTV systems since 1992. He was a prominent participant in the Moving Picture Experts Group where he helped create the MPEG-2 Systems standard, the baseline transport technology used in direct broadcast satellite, digital cable, terrestrial broadcasting, and DVD-video. Click here for full biography.


Ostapiuik_PPeter Ostapiuk, Vice President, Media Product Management, Intelsat Peter Ostapiuk is responsible for the management and development of Intelsat’s media products portfolio. He manages a global team of marketing and product management professionals that is responsible for media satellite neighborhoods and managed IntelsatOne video services that include fiber, teleport and MCPC products. Mr. Ostapiuk also oversees Intelsat’s Occasional Use business and development of Intelsat EpicNG media applications. Click here for full biography.  

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