22 gennaio 2008

My speech at Mobile TV Latin America.

Hi all,

on January the 29th I'll have the honor to open the first session of Mobile TV Latin America conference which will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
If you are familiar with mobile broadcasting and stuff like that, well, this is a huge opportunity to meet serious professionals bringing their experience in the TLC, broadcasting and content industry.

Plus, Latin America seems to be one of the most profitable markets -- having a large mobile customer basis -- for mobile value added services and content related services.
That's one of the reasons I'm so excited to join the conference and tell something about my company's effort in delivering innovative services to mobile customers.

My presentation, of course, deals with mobile television -- from the very early stage, back in 2005, to the current commercial service.

For the time being, I'd like to thank my colleagues in Turin for the support in preparing my presentation and my friend Steven from the firm Masur Law, who has just delivered me a very heartening message for my key speech:

"You deserve it. Your presentation in London was definitely one of the best. Good people are hard to come by, and this has motivated me to stay in touch."
I'll do my very best to bring as much value as I can.
Should you have any question, please post a comment or drop me an email.

3 commenti:

AndreaD ha detto...

I'm really, really proud of you. Of course I am!
By the way, what the hell is mobile TV? Are you working on something so that I can see "La prova del cuoco" while travelling on my mobile? (LOL)
Sorry for my (not-so-improved) rough english.
But don't care about me: go on and good luck!

Anonimo ha detto...

It means that we'll have the chance to watch something more exciting than 'Il grande fratello'?
At the moment I choose not to use the TV anymore, so the only way to watch the TV is with internet.. any advice?
And what about the use of Mobile TV in public sectors?
stef.
Enjoy in brazil..

Strato2006 ha detto...

Hi Pippo!

How are you? And of course WHERE are you? I suppose you are still in Brazil, usually people don't go to the other side of the Earth for a couple of days. About mobile television: need I a mobile "poltrona" for watch it? Enjoy in Brazil, when you come back? Here we need your speech! (My english is quite ... restricted!)

Giorgio