SVG Sports OTT Forum: Receive a Unique Peek at the Relaunch of WWE Network

WWE execs Tracey Arrowood-Shaw and Jared Smith pull back the curtain on the major project

The third-annual SVG Sports OTT Forum (March 10, The Paley Center for Media in New York City) is just one week away, and industry professionals won’t want to miss a full day of learning and networking, which will offer an intimate look at the technology and strategy behind the next generation of live sports video.

Among the highlights on this year’s agenda is an in-depth keynote presentation that will examine how World Wrestling Entertainment tackled the critical task of re-platforming their popular direct-to-consumer streaming service, WWE Network.

REGISTER: SVG Sports OTT Forum (March 10, Paley Center, NYC)

Keynote Presentation: Blazing Their Own Trail: The New WWE Network
The WWE Network is one of the pioneers in the direct-to-consumer video streaming space. Foreseeing the split with Disney Steaming they embarked on the journey of re-platforming. How did they do it?
Tracey Arrowood-Shaw, WWE, SVP, Global Strategy and Innovation
Jared Smith, WWE, SVP, Digital Products


Last year’s SVG Sports OTT Forum drew more than 220 qualified attendees from across the live-sports-video landscape to discuss such topics as OTT product offerings, direct-to-consumer business strategies, and latency.

Whether you work for a modern digital-first brand or a traditional broadcaster, you won’t want to miss the learning and networking opportunities available at this intimate gathering of sports-media professionals.

For more information on the event’s program, email Brandon Costa at For more information on attending the event, email Andrew Lippe at For more information on sponsoring the event, email Rob Payne at use of The Paley Center for Media’s facilities does not constitute endorsement by the Paley Center of any views expressed during this event.

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